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Re: Fayette Durlin b. 1824 Fredonia, NY
Posted by: Ed Broadus Date: September 06, 2001 at 05:51:22
In Reply to: Re: Fayette Durlin b. 1824 Fredonia, NY by Wendy Lawrence of 54

Here us the pertinent quote from p. 218 of "Records of the Dorland Family in America," by John Dorland Cremer, published by Byron S. Adams, Washington D.C., 1898:

(c3) Gerret Dorland, b. 1748; bap. 1751, at Six Mile Run; m.
Farner, Res., first, near Hallingen; prior to 1790 removed to
the "Lake country,:" N.Y., settling near King's Ferry, Tomkins
Co. Issue:
(a4) David Durling, b. about 1792; d. Mar., 1851; m. 1816,
Ann Pierce (cousin of President Franklin Pierce) of Penn
Yann., N. Y., d. Apr., 1864. Res., Fredonia, N.Y. Issue:
(a5) Maria Durling, b. June, 1817; m. Dec., 1845, Willard
McKinstry. Res., Fredonia.
(b5) Abner Pierce Durling, b. Aug., 1819, m. Nov. 1840.
Editor, Res., Erie, Pa. Issue:
(a6) _____ Durling (dau.), d. inf.
(b6) Mary Durling, d.
(c6) Minnie Durling, d.
(d6) Willis Durling, b. 185-; m. Editor. Res., Erie.
Issue: (2 ch.)
(c5) Mary Jane Durling, b. 1821; d. 1834.
(d5) Fayette Durling. Episcopalian clergyman. Res.,
Madison, Wis.*
(b4) Mary Durling.
(c4) Jane Durling.
(d3) Dinah Dorland, bap. 1753, in Ref. Du. Ch., Harlingen.
*Rev. Fayette Durling says he does not know much about his ancestry,
and remarks humorously: "I am concerned more about where I am going
than where I came from."


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