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William (Stebbing) Stebbins (M)
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     William (Stebbing) Stebbins is the son of William Stebbing and (wife Of) Stebbing.

Child of William (Stebbing) Stebbins and Mary _____
Edward Stebbins+ b. c 1597, d. 1668

Mary _____ (F)
b. circa 1575

     Mary _____ was born circa 1575 at England.

Child of Mary _____ and William (Stebbing) Stebbins
Edward Stebbins+ b. c 1597, d. 1668

William Stebbing (M)
b. circa 1541

     William Stebbing was born circa 1541.

Child of William Stebbing and (wife Of) Stebbing
William (Stebbing) Stebbins+ (living)

(wife Of) Stebbing (F)

Child of (wife Of) Stebbing and William Stebbing
William (Stebbing) Stebbins+ (living)

Jan Van Texel (M)
b. 1574
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     Jan Van Texel was born in 1574 at Schoonrewoerd, South Holland, Netherlands. He was the son of Cornelis Prins Van Texel and (wife Of) Van Texel.

Child of Jan Van Texel and (wife Of) Van Texel
Cornelius Jan (Jensen) Van Texel+ b. c 1600

(wife Of) Van Texel (F)

Child of (wife Of) Van Texel and Jan Van Texel
Cornelius Jan (Jensen) Van Texel+ b. c 1600

Cornelis Prins Van Texel (M)
b. 1550

     Cornelis Prins Van Texel was born in 1550 at Koog, Texel, North Holland, Netherlands.

Child of Cornelis Prins Van Texel and (wife Of) Van Texel
Jan Van Texel+ b. 1574

(wife Of) Van Texel (F)

Child of (wife Of) Van Texel and Cornelis Prins Van Texel
Jan Van Texel+ b. 1574

Dirck Storm (M)
b. 1599, d. 6 April 1663
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     Dirck Storm was naturalized; TOWN CLERK, LEYDEN, NETH. Reference: AF/IGI. He was born in 1599 at Delft, South Holland, Netherlands. He was the son of Ewold Storm and Eva Van Swaenswijck. Dirck Storm married Alida Cortenbosch, daughter of Arnold Cortenbosch and (wife Of) Cortenbosch, on 7 August 1625 at Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands. Dirck Storm died on 6 April 1663.

Child of Dirck Storm and Alida Cortenbosch
Dirck Gorisz Storm+ b. 1630, d. 1716

Alida Cortenbosch (F)
b. circa 1604
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     Her married name was Storm. Alida Cortenbosch was born circa 1604 at Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands. She was the daughter of Arnold Cortenbosch and (wife Of) Cortenbosch. Alida Cortenbosch married Dirck Storm, son of Ewold Storm and Eva Van Swaenswijck, on 7 August 1625 at Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands.

Child of Alida Cortenbosch and Dirck Storm
Dirck Gorisz Storm+ b. 1630, d. 1716

Pieter Montfoort (M)
b. circa 1605, d. 4 January 1661

     Pieter Montfoort was born circa 1605 at Holland, Netherlands. He married Sarah De (Blanck) Plancken on 12 January 1630 at Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands. Pieter Montfoort died on 4 January 1661.

Child of Pieter Montfoort and Sarah De (Blanck) Plancken
Maria Pieters Monfoort+ b. c 1638

Sarah De (Blanck) Plancken (F)
b. circa 1624

     Her married name was Montfoort. Sarah De (Blanck) Plancken was born circa 1624 at Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands. She married Pieter Montfoort on 12 January 1630 at Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands.

Child of Sarah De (Blanck) Plancken and Pieter Montfoort
Maria Pieters Monfoort+ b. c 1638

Arnold Cortenbosch (M)
b. circa 1578

     Arnold Cortenbosch was born circa 1578 at Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands.

Child of Arnold Cortenbosch and (wife Of) Cortenbosch
Alida Cortenbosch+ b. c 1604

(wife Of) Cortenbosch (F)

Child of (wife Of) Cortenbosch and Arnold Cortenbosch
Alida Cortenbosch+ b. c 1604

Ewold Storm (M)
b. 1569
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     Reference: AF/IGI. Ewold Storm was born in 1569 at Delft, South Holland, Netherlands. He was the son of Dirck Strum and Deliann Vander Duern.

Child of Ewold Storm and Eva Van Swaenswijck
Dirck Storm+ b. 1599, d. 6 Apr 1663

Eva Van Swaenswijck (F)
b. circa 1577

     Eva Van Swaenswijck was born circa 1577 at Holland, Netherlands.

Child of Eva Van Swaenswijck and Ewold Storm
Dirck Storm+ b. 1599, d. 6 Apr 1663

John Brundage (M)
b. circa 1593, d. 1639
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     John Brundage married Rachel Hubbard, daughter of James Hubbard and Naomi (Cook) Cocke, Bef ORE 1629 at Watertown/Wethersfield, Connecticut, USA. Reference: WP. John Brundage AKA JOHN BRUNDISH. PERHAPS OF WATERTOWN AT FIRST, FREEMAN 04-MAR-1635, REMOVED EARLY TO WETHERSFIELD. IN W.P., HE IS SAID TO HAVE BEEN OF WETHERSFIELD. He was buried at Fairfield, Connecticut, USA. He was born circa 1593 at Ipswich, Suffolk, England. He was the son of Thomas Brundish and Agnes Tompson. John Brundage died in 1639 at of suicide at Wethersfield, Connecticut, USA.

Child of John Brundage and Rachel Hubbard
Mary (Brundish) Brundage+ b. 10 Dec 1628, d. 29 Aug 1684

Rachel Hubbard (F)
d. 1642
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     Rachel Hubbard was the daughter of James Hubbard and Naomi (Cook) Cocke. Rachel Hubbard married John Brundage, son of Thomas Brundish and Agnes Tompson, Bef ORE 1629 at Watertown/Wethersfield, Connecticut, USA. Reference: WP. Rachel Hubbard ARRIVED IN N.E. IN 1633. Her married name was Brundage. Her married name was Wilson. She married Anthony Wilson in 1641. Rachel Hubbard died in 1642.

Child of Rachel Hubbard and John Brundage
Mary (Brundish) Brundage+ b. 10 Dec 1628, d. 29 Aug 1684

Anthony Wilson (M)

     Anthony Wilson married Rachel Hubbard, daughter of James Hubbard and Naomi (Cook) Cocke, in 1641.

John Budd (M)
b. circa 1600, d. circa 1670

     John Budd was naturalized; TOWN COMMISSIONER, RYE,NY. He Town Commissioner for Hastings (now Rye), New York. Arrived in 1635 aboard the 'America'. Probably the same John as mentioned in Savage's GDNE, as being of New Haven in 1639. Lived for some years on Long Island, at Southold, a freeman of Connecticut and Lieutenant in 1661, representative of Greenwich in 1664, and for the United Colonies of Connecticut in 1666. After which, he was representative of Milford in 1677. Was sometimes referred to as 'Bird' vice 'Budd.' He was christened at a Lieutenant in some service - probably English. He was born circa 1600 at England. He died circa 1670.

Children of John Budd and Katherine _____
Judith Budd+ (living)
Jane\joon Budd (living)
Mary Budd (living)
John Budd , Jr. b. c 1620, d. 5 Nov 1684
Joseph Budd b. c 1622

Katherine _____ (F)

Children of Katherine _____ and John Budd
Judith Budd+ (living)
Jane\joon Budd (living)
Mary Budd (living)
John Budd , Jr. b. c 1620, d. 5 Nov 1684
Joseph Budd b. c 1622

James Miller (M)

Child of James Miller and (wife Of) Miller
James Miller+ b. 1657, d. Aft ER 1708

(wife Of) Miller (F)

Child of (wife Of) Miller and James Miller
James Miller+ b. 1657, d. Aft ER 1708

Jan Sneden (M)

Child of Jan Sneden and Grietie Jans
Margreta 'Grietie' (Sneeden) Sneden+ d. c 1727

Grietie Jans (F)

Child of Grietie Jans and Jan Sneden
Margreta 'Grietie' (Sneeden) Sneden+ d. c 1727

James Hubbard (M)

Children of James Hubbard and Naomi (Cook) Cocke
Rachel Hubbard+ d. 1642
Benjamin Hubbard (living)
Samuel Hubbard (living)
Sarah Hubbard b. 1593
George Hubbard b. 1601
Thomas Hubbard b. 1604
James Hubbard b. 1609, d. 1639

Naomi (Cook) Cocke (F)

Children of Naomi (Cook) Cocke and James Hubbard
Rachel Hubbard+ d. 1642
Benjamin Hubbard (living)
Samuel Hubbard (living)
Sarah Hubbard b. 1593
George Hubbard b. 1601
Thomas Hubbard b. 1604
James Hubbard b. 1609, d. 1639

George Hubbard (M)
b. 1601
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     George Hubbard died at resided at Hartford, Connecticut, USA - as of 1639. He NOTE: HUBBARD FAMILY GENEALOGY DOES NOT LIST THIS GEORGE, AND CALLS THOMAS, THE ELDEST SON OF THIS FAMILY. He was born in 1601 at England. He was the son of James Hubbard and Naomi (Cook) Cocke.

William (or Henry) Marston (M)
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     William (or Henry) Marston died at 36th year of reign of Queen Elizabeth. He was born at possibly Leicestershire, England. He was the son of William (or Thomas) Marston and (wife of Willam Marston - or Alice (w\o Thomas) UNKNOWN.

Child of William (or Henry) Marston and (wife Of) Marston
William Marston+ b. 1590, d. 30 Jun 1672

(wife Of) Marston (F)

Child of (wife Of) Marston and William (or Henry) Marston
William Marston+ b. 1590, d. 30 Jun 1672

William (or Thomas) Marston (M)

Child of William (or Thomas) Marston and (wife of Willam Marston - or Alice (w\o Thomas) UNKNOWN
William (or Henry) Marston+

(wife of Willam Marston - or Alice (w\o Thomas) UNKNOWN (F)

Child of (wife of Willam Marston - or Alice (w\o Thomas) UNKNOWN and William (or Thomas) Marston
William (or Henry) Marston+

Alice J. Purdy (F)
b. 1 December 1864
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     Alice J. Purdy was born on 1 December 1864. She was the daughter of Josiah Anthony Purdy and Frances Alberta Brown.

Clarence Byron Purdy (M)
b. 21 October 1866
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     Clarence Byron Purdy was born on 21 October 1866. He was the son of Josiah Anthony Purdy and Frances Alberta Brown.

Mary Purdy (F)
b. 16 November 1868, d. Bef ORE 1881
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     Mary Purdy died Bef ORE 1881. She Appears in 1871 Digby Census, but not in 1881 Canada Census. She was born on 16 November 1868. She was the daughter of Josiah Anthony Purdy and Frances Alberta Brown.

Emma Purdy (F)
b. 16 November 1868
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     Emma Purdy was born on 16 November 1868. She was the daughter of Josiah Anthony Purdy and Frances Alberta Brown.

Frederick Osborne Purdy (M)
b. 4 April 1871, d. 8 October 1916
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     Frederick Osborne Purdy Fred was killed in action in WWI in France. When he registered for WWI in 1915, he was a resident of Bear River, Digby Co, NS, his next of kin was listed as Mrs. F. O. Purdy, wife, so he was surely married, but to whom? He was also listed, at that time, as a farmer.

1911 Canada Census for Hillsburgh, Digby County, NS:

PURDY:

Fred O., m, Head, M, Apr-1871, 40, NS, farmer
Olive B., f, wife, M, Aug-1882/3, 29, NS
Raymond L., m, son, S, Aug-1900, 10, NS
Lillian O., f, dau, S, Nov-1901, 9, NS
Pricilla B., f, dau, S, Jun-1910, 1, NS. He was born on 4 April 1871 at Nova Scotia, Canada. He was the son of Josiah Anthony Purdy and Frances Alberta Brown. Frederick Osborne Purdy died on 8 October 1916 at France - in World War I at age 45.

Children of Frederick Osborne Purdy and Olive B. UNKNOWN
Raymond L. Purdy (living)
Lillian O. Purdy (living)
Priscilla B. Purdy (living)

Eliza May Purdy (F)
b. 25 March 1874
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     Eliza May Purdy was born on 25 March 1874. She was the daughter of Josiah Anthony Purdy and Frances Alberta Brown.

Alberta Louella Purdy (F)
b. 30 September 1876
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     Alberta Louella Purdy was born on 30 September 1876. She was the daughter of Josiah Anthony Purdy and Frances Alberta Brown.

Jennie Maud Purdy (F)
b. 27 September 1877
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     Jennie Maud Purdy was born on 27 September 1877. She was the daughter of Josiah Anthony Purdy and Frances Alberta Brown.

Delice Elizabeth Purdy (F)
b. 9 July 1881
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     Her married name was Mabie. Delice Elizabeth Purdy was born on 9 July 1881 at Nova Scotia, Canada. She was the daughter of Josiah Anthony Purdy and Frances Alberta Brown. Delice Elizabeth Purdy married Charles Hill Roe Mabie, son of Henry Clay Mabie and Edith S. Roe, on 24 June 1909.

Child of Delice Elizabeth Purdy and Charles Hill Roe Mabie
Henry Mabie (living)

Unnamed Son Handspiker (M)
b. 19 April 1909, d. 19 April 1909
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     Unnamed Son Handspiker died on 19 April 1909 at age 0. He was born on 19 April 1909. He was the son of Jeremiah Ellis Handspiker and Sarah Samantha 'Mattie' Purdy.

Possibly the Sachem (Chief) of the Matinecook of Long Island (M)

     Possibly the Sachem (Chief) of the Matinecook of Long Island was naturalized; Sachem of the Matinecook. He The position of Cateronas/Catoneras' father was once thought to be Wyandanche, the Grand Sachem of the Montauk, based on Cateronas' descendants filing for rights to land on Long Island, once held by Wyandanche. However, as is pointed out in Cateronas'/Catoneras' notes, she does not fit the 'mold' of his daughter. She does, however, based on the area the land claim cited, and, based on the times, the history and other factors that are above my own understanding, but, being studied by Prof. Strong at LIU, I have accepted that she is, in fact, the descendant of another Long Island Sachem. Possibly of the Matinecook or Matinecock, tribe. That, based on, again, the land. The land area her descendants lay claim to, had, prior to being 'acquired' by Wyandanche, belonged to the Matinecooks. It could well have been her ancestral land, which, had she been Wyandanche's real daughter, that parcel of land would not have meant nearly so much.

Just some food for thought. Without a time machine, or, the pure luck of uncovering some Dutchman's long-lost diary, I'm afraid any ancestry of Cateronas/Catoneras will remain, forever, in question. (JWH-2002). He was born at Long Island, New York, USA. He died at Long Island, New York, USA.

Child of Possibly the Sachem (Chief) of the Matinecook of Long Island and ? (?)
Catoneras (?)+ b. c 1603

? (?) (F)

Child of ? (?) and Possibly the Sachem (Chief) of the Matinecook of Long Island
Catoneras (?)+ b. c 1603

George Albert Wentworth Corson (M)
b. between April 1818 and 1820, d. 21 May 1909
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     George Albert Wentworth Corson married Emma Willey ABOUT 1878/9. George Albert Wentworth Corson In 1861 resided at Farmington, New Hampshire, USA. Mustered in 27-Nov-61 as private. He was wounded on 13-Dec-1862 at Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA and discharged 20-Apr-1863 with a forwarding address of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. He and Betsey were married by Elder J. Bodoe

After a research trip to the Fredericksburg battlefield, I compiled several dates for George A.W. Corson. He was, in fact, wounded at the Fredericksburg site, at the famous stone wall/sunken road area, where 8,000 union soldiers were either killed or wounded on that same day. By the account of General Nagle, which I have photocopied, on the 12th of December 1862, after 1230, 'advanced to the front on right of railroad in good order, under murderous fire from enemy artillery. After noon, crossed Rappahannock river.... on pontoon bridge - middle (helping to establish a bridge head).. At four pm, moved troops short distance down First Street running parallel to river (Sophie St) and bivouacked for the night. On the morning of the 13th, I moved farther down said street, left in front, until I came up with the right of General Getty's troops. Here I remained until 1230pm, when I, by your order, advanced to the support of General Ferrero, who was already engaged. I moved, by the right of regiments, to the front to pass obstacles, until I got to the rear of the town, where the regiments formed in line of battle. The Sixth New Hampshire, Colonel Griffin, and the Seventh Rhode Island, Colonel Bliss, advanced to the front, on the right of the railroad, in good order, under murderous fire from the enemy's artillery. The Second Maryland, Colonel Allard, Twelfth Rhode Island, Colonel Browne, and the Ninth New Hampshire, Lieutenant-Colonel Babbitt commanding, being on the left of the railroad, were moved in order, under shelter as much as possible, to the railroad cut, and from there advanced to the front. The 48th Pennsylvania, Colonel Sigfried, was for a time held in reserve. At 2:30pm, the 48th regiment was ordered to the front. The men marched under most galling fire like true veterans. The whole brigade remained in the front, and did good service until after 60 rounds of ammunition had been expended, and until they were relieved at dusk by other troops, when, by your order, my command was withdrawn in good order to the position occupied on the previous night....(lists other actions, and praises other units)... My brigade went into action with nearly 2,700 men, and my total loss amounts to 522. I herewith enclose a list of the names of the killed, wounded, and missing.'
This list is possibly found on page 132 or 182 of 'The War Of The Rebellion: A Compilation Of The Official Records Of The Union And Confederate Armies' this is a government publication from the Government Printing Office, Washington in 1888. It is Series I-Volume XXI.

1880 census for Alton, Belknap, NH

George A. CORSON Self M Male W 58 N. H. Shoe Maker N. H. N. H.
Emma J. CORSON Wife M Female W 28 N. H. Keeping House N. H. N. H.
Minnie CORSON Dau S Female W 3M N. H. N. H. N. H.
Charles CHESLEY SonL S Male W 6 N. H. N. H. N. H

Although SonL usually means Son-In-Law, wonder if it's supposed to be stepson? HOW can a son-in-law be only 6 years old?

1870 US Census for Farmington, NH:

1870, Frank (I.) Corson, as son... Farmington, NH

CORSON:

Geo A., 50, m, w, work for shoe mfgr, b. NH
Bestey, 43 or 49?, f, w, keeping house, b. NH
Emily, 17, f, 2, at home, b. NH
Mary E., 52?, f, w, at home, b. NH *** IF Mary Etta, shoud read '12' ***
Henry, 10, m, w, at home, b. NH (George Henry)
Frank, 6, m, w, at home, b. NH. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: Partners. He was born between April 1818 and 1820 at Milton, New Hampshire, USA. He was the son of Joseph Corson and Lydia Ricker. George Albert Wentworth Corson married Betsey D. Ham, daughter of Nathaniel Ham and Clarissa Chamberlain, on 22 June 1846 at Farmington, New Hampshire, USA. Unrecognized GEDCOM data: Unknown GEDCOM tag: _MILT ENLISTED COMPANY D. 6TH REGT, NH VOL INF on 30 September 1861. George Albert Wentworth Corson married Eliza Bickford on 31 October 1898. George Albert Wentworth Corson died on 21 May 1909 at Effingham, New Hampshire, USA.

Children of George Albert Wentworth Corson and Emma Willey
Willis Raymond Corson+ b. 02/05-FEB-1881/83, d. 5 Jan 1964
Minnie Christine Corson b. Mar 1880, d. 1932

Children of George Albert Wentworth Corson and Betsey D. Ham
Emily Corson b. 1847
Augusta Corson b. 1849
Charles Albert Corson+ b. Oct 1851, d. 17 May 1888
Emily Corson+ b. 8 Dec 1852
Mary Etta Corson b. 1 May 1857, d. 11 Mar 1927
George Henry Corson b. 11 Feb 1860, d. 7 Jan 1888
Frank Irving Corson+ b. 2 Feb 1864, d. 27 Feb 1931

Betsey D. Ham (F)
b. June 1826, d. 5 July 1897
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     Betsey D. Ham was baptized at resided at Farmington, New Hampshire, USA. She Died after a fall downstairs. May have still been legally married to George, when he was already living with his second 'wife'. No divorce records found on Betsey and no marriage records found on Emma. Her married name was Corson. She was born in June 1826 at New Durham, New Hampshire, USA. She was the daughter of Nathaniel Ham and Clarissa Chamberlain. Betsey D. Ham married George Albert Wentworth Corson, son of Joseph Corson and Lydia Ricker, on 22 June 1846 at Farmington, New Hampshire, USA. Betsey D. Ham died on 5 July 1897 at Farmington, New Hampshire, USA, at age 71.

Children of Betsey D. Ham and George Albert Wentworth Corson
Emily Corson b. 1847
Augusta Corson b. 1849
Charles Albert Corson+ b. Oct 1851, d. 17 May 1888
Emily Corson+ b. 8 Dec 1852
Mary Etta Corson b. 1 May 1857, d. 11 Mar 1927
George Henry Corson b. 11 Feb 1860, d. 7 Jan 1888
Frank Irving Corson+ b. 2 Feb 1864, d. 27 Feb 1931

Joseph Corson (M)
b. circa 1783, d. between 1820 and 1830
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     Joseph Corson MARRIED BY REV. JOSEPH HAVEN. He was naturalized; MARR. BY REV JOSEPH HAVEN. He was born circa 1783 at of Rochester, New Hampshire - at time of marriage. He was the son of Ebenezer Corson and Elizabeth (Rocker) Ricker. Joseph Corson married Lydia Ricker on 13 November 1803. Joseph Corson died between 1820 and 1830.

Children of Joseph Corson and Lydia Ricker
Jonas Corson b. bt 1804 - 1810
Israel H. Corson b. bt 1806 - 1807
Susan Corson b. c 1809
Charlotte Corson b. bt 1810 - 1815
George Albert Wentworth Corson+ b. bt Apr 1818 - 1820, d. 21 May 1909
Daughter Corson b. bt 1820 - 1825
Peace W. Corson+ b. c 1823, d. a 1860

Lydia Ricker (F)
b. between 1780 and 1790

     Her married name was Corson. Lydia Ricker was born between 1780 and 1790 at of Milton, New Hampshire, USA. She married Joseph Corson, son of Ebenezer Corson and Elizabeth (Rocker) Ricker, on 13 November 1803.

Children of Lydia Ricker and Joseph Corson
Jonas Corson b. bt 1804 - 1810
Israel H. Corson b. bt 1806 - 1807
Susan Corson b. c 1809
Charlotte Corson b. bt 1810 - 1815
George Albert Wentworth Corson+ b. bt Apr 1818 - 1820, d. 21 May 1909
Daughter Corson b. bt 1820 - 1825
Peace W. Corson+ b. c 1823, d. a 1860

Ebenezer Corson (M)
b. 11 February 1756, d. between 1810 and 1812
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     Ebenezer Corson was christened Bef ORE 1775 at American Revolutionary War. He FOUGHT W/ CAPT DAVID PLACE'S CO. ON SEAVEY'S ISLAND, AND CAPT WALDRON'S CO. IN 1775, W/ CAPT JAMES LIBBEY'S CO. IN 1777 AT SARATOGA, NY. FAMILY LIVED IN ROCHESTER, NH THROUGH 1800 BUT TO NEW DURHAM BY 1810. He was baptized on 11 February 1756. He was the son of Ichabod Corson and Abigail Roberts. Ebenezer Corson died between 1810 and 1812.

Children of Ebenezer Corson and Elizabeth (Rocker) Ricker
Hannah Corson (living)
Son Corson b. bt 1774 - 1784
Joseph Corson+ b. c 1783, d. bt 1820 - 1830
Robert Corson b. c 1785, d. c 1837
Son Corson b. bt 1790 - 1800
Son Corson b. bt 1790 - 1800
Son Corson b. bt 1790 - 1800
James Corson b. bt 1800 - 1802, d. 23 Feb 1883
Ebenezer? Corson b. bt 1800 - 1810

Elizabeth (Rocker) Ricker (F)

Children of Elizabeth (Rocker) Ricker and Ebenezer Corson
Hannah Corson (living)
Son Corson b. bt 1774 - 1784
Joseph Corson+ b. c 1783, d. bt 1820 - 1830
Robert Corson b. c 1785, d. c 1837
Son Corson b. bt 1790 - 1800
Son Corson b. bt 1790 - 1800
Son Corson b. bt 1790 - 1800
James Corson b. bt 1800 - 1802, d. 23 Feb 1883
Ebenezer? Corson b. bt 1800 - 1810

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