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William A. Lacy b. 1809 NY. Lived in Wyoming Co., NY
Posted by: Denise Perkins Ready (ID *****0767) Date: October 05, 2011 at 18:58:15
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Source: HISTORY OF WYOMING CO., NY
BY: F. W. BEERS, 1880
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WILLIAM A. LACY, farmer, is a son of David and Polly Lacy, and was born in 1809 at Columbus, Chenango Co., NY. He has been a resident of Perry, Wyoming Co., NY since 1818. In 1832 he married ELIZA M. CLEVELAND, by whom he had three children, one of whom is living. Mrs. Lacy died at the age of forty-four, in 1853. In 1857 Mr. Lacy married MARY JANE EGGLESTON, daughter of Moses and Clarinda Eggleston, of Avon, Livingston Co., NY. They have one child. Both are Baptists. David Lacy was born in Connecticut, Sept. 31st, 1778; came to Perry, Wyoming Co., NY in 1818, and died Aug. 16th, 1863. His wife was born Jan. 22, 1787, and died Feb. 24th, 1874.
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I have no further information on this family. The source of where this information was obtained is listed at the top of this posting.


Denise Perkins Ready
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