Thanks for the reply, but I am trying to verify info about
my husband's ancestor, Sherburne Dearborn, S/O Henry Dearborn and Margaret Sherburne. There seems to have been 2 men of that name. Which was which and can their Rev. War service be varified?
1)SHERBURNE DEARBORN (1744-1831) served in the Rev. War as a pvt. in Capt. Aaron Kinsman's Co., Col. John Stark's Regt. in 1775 (N.H. State Papers, 14:66, 181), and in Capt. Joseph Chandler's Co., Col. Isaac Wyman's Regt. from Northwood in 1776 (NHSP 14:330). He was living at Gilmanton, NH in the 1790 Census and at Wheelock, VT in the 1800 Census. By 1810 he had moved across the border and was living at Barnston, Lower Canada (Quebec) in the 1825 Census. He mar. at Kensington, NH 1768, MARY KENNISTON.
2)SHERBURNE DEARBORN, b. 1758 in Chester, Rockingham Co. NH. d. Oct 1852. Served under Capt. Steven Dearborn, m. Susan 1 Feb 1832. Had brothers Joseph, Peter and Asa.
You can see some of my research at
http://freepages.family.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~qvarizona/batchelder_dearborn.html (Dearborns start midway in the report.)
Gold Canyon, AZ (Bet. Phoenix and Tucson)
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