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Asa Doolittle Family Bristol NY
Posted by: Holly D'Angelo (ID *****0157) Date: March 22, 2011 at 13:52:46
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I am looking for Asa Doolittle's (b. 1771 d. 1/6/1811 in Bristol NY), wife and parents. Asa had 3 children: Mary b. 1800 in Bristol, NY, Willard b. 1802 (who became a Dr. and practiced in Ontario County) and Clarissa b. 1806. Asa lived near Arba Doolittle, Nathan Spencer (married to Lydia Doolittle) Ezekel Wilson (married to Jerusha Doolittle) and had land transactions with David Doolittle in Ontario County. Arba, Lydia, Jerusha and David are all children of David and Tapath Doolittle. Could Asa be a long lost child of this family? I believe that his wife possibly remarried after Asa's death as he was only 40 years old. His daughter Mary, married Daniel Short, his son Willard, Married Emeline Barnard, and after her death, Lurana Bishop, his daughter Clarissa married Daniel Short's brother Nehemiah Short. Asa is buried in Richmond Center Cemetery with his son's first wife Emeline Barnard. The history of Ontario County has Mary Doolittle stating that her family came from Connecticut. Asa was also a member of the First Congregational Church of Bristol in 1809. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Holly

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