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Re: Knowltons to Wisconsin from NY
Posted by: Kari Flodin (ID *****1035) Date: October 23, 2005 at 16:17:54
In Reply to: Re: Knowltons to Wisconsin from NY by Kira Sallquist of 924

Kira, yes I now have lots more info about William Dyer KNOWLTON and family.
William Dyer KNOWLTON was born May 2, 1818 in Aurelius, Cayuga, NY. He is the son of Ephraim Hiram Baker KNOWLTON(1786-1867), who I am researching, and Annie LEPPER (1788-1867).
William was married to Martha (LNU) and had the following children:
Harriet Anna Knowlton, b.11-24-1844
William Wallace Knowlton, b. 9-3-1846, d. 7-5-1911
Ephraim Hiram Baker Knowlton, b. 11-15-1848
Elisha Clark Knowlton, b. 5-14-1853

I now have tons of information about these KNOWLTONS and thier relations who settled in Wisconsin in the 1840's. I would love to share with anyone researching this family or those of William Dyer KNOWLTON's brothers, who also settled in Wisconsin.
They were:
Hiram Baker Knowlton, b. 4-5-1810 in NY, d. 7-16-1888 in Midleton, Dane, WI
John Bartlett Knowlton, b. 8-8-1812 in NY, d. 4-11-1848 in Janesville, Rock, WI
James H. Knowlton, b. 2-20-1814 in NY, d. 1-29-1879 in Chicago, Cook, IL
Wiram Knowlton, b. 1-24-1816 in NY, d. 6-27-1863 in Menekaunnee, Oconto, Wi
Aratus Kent Knowlton, b. 1-30-1825 in NY, d. 7-26-1862 in Seneca, Green Lake, WI


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