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Re: Nathaniel Leaman/Leeman b. 1846 Maine
Posted by: Shalisse Johnstun Date: February 09, 2001 at 18:59:01
In Reply to: Re: Nathaniel Leaman/Leeman b. 1846 Maine by Carol Randall of 343

Sarah is from my line. She married John G. Lewis of Marlborough, NH. They had two children, Charlotte b. 1848, and Frank A. b.1855. Charlotte was listed on the 1850 cenus as having been born in ME, but on the 1860, it says that she was born in MA. Tha family moved to Lancaster, NH. John G. served with the 9th NH volunteers during the Civil War. He was a 1st Lt. when he was killed at the Battle of Fredricksburg,13, Dec. 1862. He was buried back in Lancaster. Family tradition says that Sarah took her children to Boston to live until 1868 but I haven't been able to prove that. Sarah and her children then went to Northern CA. Charlotte married a Harry Lacy of San Franciso. Frank married Margaret Elizabeth Farrell of Millville, and they had one child, Leman in 1886. We have found that Nathaniel's wife Charlotte's last name was Smith and that she was born in Belgrade, Kennebec,Maine. I don't remember if I gave you the dates I have. If not let me know. Thanks!

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