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Re: 1790-1850 Time Line
Posted by: Zoe (Hemphill) Tom (ID *****9701) Date: January 08, 2007 at 12:31:22
In Reply to: Re: 1790-1850 Time Line by Heather Brockett of 576

Here is another tidbit of info.:

Proof of Wills, Wyoming County, New York. John Frayer, town of Gainsville, Appearance date, 9 July 1849. The original will, dated 1 August 1845 mentions wife, Polly. She probably died between the first will of 1845 and the proof of the will in 1849. All children of full age. Wit: John C. Bennet, George Ensign. Children: Miles Frayer, son; Catharine Fassett, daughter living in Gainsville. (by 1850 Mr. Fassett had died and she had married a Mr. Brown); Betsy Ann Brocket, wife of Warren Brockett of Perry in Wyoming County, New York; Peter Frayer, residing in Strutsborough, Portage County, Ohio; Angeline Vosburgh, husband Orrin Vosburgh of Smithport, McKesin County, Pennsylvania, Keating Township; Maria Wood, husband, William Wood of Hume, Allegany County, New York; Janetje (or Ginny) Smith, husband Ephraim Smith of Huron, Wayne County, Michigan; William Frayer of Sharon, Walworth County, Wisconsin; Jacob Frayer of Sharon, Walworth County, Wisconsin. (The original will, Wyoming County, New York film #0817092, Family History Library, SLC, UT).


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