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Re: David S. Felt, 1845-1860, New York / New Jersey
Posted by: Jonathan Felt (ID *****7692) Date: November 10, 2004 at 07:54:38
In Reply to: David S. Felt, 1845-1860, New York / New Jersey by Matthew Tomaso of 236

Feltville is an odd place to be sure. I've wondered if my GG Grandfather Nathaniel H. Felt knew him in New York City when he lived there from 1855-1857. NHF was the assistant editor of the newspaper, "The Mormon." NHF also had a bunch of cousins in the printing business up and around Salem, Mass. Do you know David S. Felt's parantage? When you say New England, where exactly did he come from? I wonder if he descends from Captain John Felt of Salem, Mass who had so many descendants in the printing business. Does the 1845-1860 dates represent his lifespan? I assume not since that would make him too young to accomplish anything very important. Can you give me a better fix on his birth year?


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