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Benjamin Deane b.1793 d.?
Posted by: Anne Dykshoorn (ID *****2181) Date: July 10, 2003 at 17:48:08
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Looking for info on when and where Benjamin DEANE died. Benj. Deane was born 1793 Guilford, Windham Co., VT. He was married to Lydia Colburn (father Thaddeus Colburn and mother Zerviah Rice Colburn). Lydia was b. 1795 Athens, VT. Marriage date Nov. 30, 1814, Athens, VT.
Benjamin Deane is found on the 1820 VT census with three children, which is correct as they are:
Frances DeRobign b. Nov. 30, 1815 m. Francis TIBBETTS
Benjamin Colburn b. June 19, 1817 m. ?
Ebenzer Edward Carlos (Charles) b. April 28, 1819 m.?

So far unable to find Benjamin on the 1830 Census.

Lydia is found as head of household on the 1840 NY, Livingston Co. census, Benjamin not with her. She was living next door to her daughter, Frances, with most of the other children:
Daniel Mason b. May 22, 1822 m. ?
Marcus Elliot b. May 27, 1825 m. ?
Oren Judson b. June 27, 1827 m. ?
Oscar Bruce b. Oct 11, 1829 m. Theresa Zoeller
Martha Jane b. Jan 24, 1831 m. Stephen Hopkins

Most of this info comes from Lydia, Oscar or Martha, who moved with other family members to Westmoreland, KS in 1854. Oral tradition says Benjamin Deane went to England and died there. I really would like to know the specifics, if at all possible. So any leads, such as what ship, apprx year, or why he went, would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your help. Anne

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