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Re: Betsey Harriman Willoughby, daug/Thomas b.c. 1782
Posted by: bette boyd (ID *****3435) Date: May 25, 2002 at 17:32:13
In Reply to: Betsey Harriman Willoughby, daug/Thomas b.c. 1782 by Ken of 668

One of my ancestors is Deliverance ("Deli") Harriman who married James King in Haverhill,MA, in about 1752. (I will have to dig for my records.) They settled,after a time in Hampstead, NH,in Sutton,NH,and are buried in the Old South Sutton Cemetery. The James King and James King, Jr. you cite in your query are probably this couple's son and grandson. James2 is also buried in Old Horsemeadow Cemetery, Haverhill, NH, between his two wives, Betsey Young and,I think, a Willoughby. (James2 fought in the Revolution as a very young man.) James3 (James, Jr.) is buried in Swiftwater Cemetery in Bath, NH. His daughter Emaline, married into my paternal line, Cummings. The founder of Bath, 1766?, was a Harriman (Jaasiel?) and, I assume, related to Deliverance (Harriman) King. Records for this period are scanty! The French surname also shows up in medical and probate records when Emaline (King) Cummings' husband Cephas dies in 1848 in Haverhill, NH. Also, a Dr. French delivered one of Emaline's brothers. Obviously, these people were all "kinfolk!"

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