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Re: Silas Bement - Tunbridge,Orange,Vt
Posted by: Debbi Wilmes Date: September 08, 2000 at 14:06:04
In Reply to: Silas Bement - Tunbridge,Orange,Vt by Wes White of 85

I do not have a Silas but, I do have Bements.
Edith, who -m- John Peabody ends up in VT.
These Bements came up from CT (Wethersfield,
Enfield, Salisbury & earlier gens in Norwich)
Edith b. 4 Aug 1770 in Salisbury, Litchfield,
CT; 05 Sep 1793 Tunbridge, Orange, VT, John
Peabody; she d. aft 1813 Brookfield, Orange,
VT. He died 24 July 1835 Tunbridge Orange, VT
Her parents are Samuel Bement. b. 25 Dec 1725
Wethersfield, Hartford, CT; d. 7 Apr 1810
Salisbury, Litchfield, CT; m. 1765 Salisbury,
Litchfield, CT Mary Bingham, b. 16 Apr 1747
Windham, Windham, CT. While she does not
appear to have a brother Silas. . . you will
notice she went to Tunbridge, VT. He may be
a sibling I have not found yet or a cousin.
The Barbour Collection - VR for CT are coming
out in paperback. I believe, so far, they've
printed thru "P". So Salisbury and Wethers-
field are not in print yet. One copy of the
original is in the town, the second copy in
in the Hartford State Library and then there
are micro-film copies at whatever libraries
purchased them. If you connect somehow to
this line, let me know. I have a few more
generations going back.


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