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Re: Help!!!! David Copp
Posted by: linda clay (ID *****1325) Date: May 31, 2008 at 18:08:07
In Reply to: Help!!!! David Copp by Stephen Meyer of 576

I have David Copp, babt. sept. 3,1773 Lebanon,NH. His parents were Truustam Copps and Martha---Copp. Trustram Copps came from Rochester,NH and returned to the same town, He was mentioned in Rev. Issac Hasey's Diary, 17 Apr 1766. He hauled wood from Mr. Hasey 5 Jan 1768. He gave a deed to the town in 1772. He buried his youngest child in Lebanon, 21 Feb 1781. He came to meeting 10 Feb 1782. He hauled wood for Rev. Issac Hasey, 27 Dec 1782. Mr Hasey was at home making inventory 18 Oct 1874. Mr.Hasey wrote a bond from Benjamin Copps to Tristram Copps 9 June 1785. On 4 Apr 1785 his children were sick with the mumps. Mr Hasey was in his home, 11 Jan 1787. He served on the first board of selectman in 1767, and in 1772,1775,1776,1783,1784. His wife was Martha__________. He settled in Peaveyville in the old house near the river, later known as the Daniel Corson place. He sold this farm 13 Feb 1789 to Joseph Longton. He returned to Norway Plains in 1789. Children born and baptized in Lebanon were:

1. AnnaBapt. 13 June 1773
2. Sarah, Babt. 13 June 1773
3. Tristram, bapt 3 Sept1773
4. William Horn, Bapt 3 Sept 1773
5. Mary, Bapt 3 Sept 1773
6. Moses, Bapt 3 Sept 1773
7. Rebecca, Bapt 3 Sept 1773
8. David, Bapt 3 Sept 1773
9. Jonathan, Bapt 7 Aug 1774
10. Martha, Bapt 10 Aug 1777: buried 21 Feb 1781

This information i got from the Lebanon, Maine town hall.

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