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Re: Daniel Taft Dye NY
Posted by: Michael Barris (ID *****4747) Date: May 05, 2012 at 07:39:59
In Reply to: Daniel Taft Dye NY by Joyce Richards of 3614

Consider the descendants of Thomas (1763) and William (1761) in this line from http://www.familysearch.org because their father, William (1733), is buried in Smyrna, Chenanago County, New York. Daniel Taft Dye is definitely not a descendant of John Dye (1775-1846).

1) John Dye (about 1625-2 March 1730)

2) William Dye (1654, South Kingstown, Washington County [then Kings County], Rhode Island-about 1725, South Kingstown.

3) William Dye (1682, Little Compton, Newsport County, Rhode Island-8 December 1703, Little Compton)

4) Elisha Dye (1707-?)

5) William Dye (1733, Stonington, New London County, Connecticut-1820, Smyrna, Chenango County, New York)
had 11 children, all born in Stonington.

i. William (1761)
ii. Thomas (1763)
iii. John (3 March 1775-11 March 1846, Town of Villenova, Chautauqua County, New York)
iv. Jeremiah (Jared) (1777-3 August 1858)
Lucy (1790)
v. Joshua (1788)
vi. Lucy (about 1790)
vii. Harriet (about 1792)
viii. Hannah (about 1794)
ix. Betsey (about 1796)
x. Polly (about 1796)
xi. Fanny (White) (about 1800)


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