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Re: Job Hoag m. Rachel Crosby 1853
Posted by: William Easton-Mace (ID *****6001) Date: August 05, 2004 at 10:48:56
In Reply to: Job Hoag m. Rachel Crosby 1853 by Paul E. Newell of 999

Hello. Do not imagine this will be of any help. I ran across your Job in both counties while researching Weavers. I think they have a very strong relationship and may have gone to Orleans together. I just started Weavers two days ago. 1860-1880 censuses Orleans have Mary Hoag with son Harris. She was md to a Mark that died in 1853 according to LDS, but I can not find them 1850. Mary's first husband was Asa Weaver. Harris's wife is the daughter of Mark Hoag and Susan Campbell, so I think Mary Weaver Hoag is the step and inlaw of Harris's wife. All are buried at Mt. Albion, but for Mark who I imagine is in Schenetady. Anyway...hope this info is right and maybe you can find something through a Weaver connection.

Bill


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