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Le Valley VT>NY 1760s-1800s
Posted by: Heather Meeker Metheny Date: June 13, 2001 at 09:36:01
In Reply to: Re: Eunice Le Valley VT>NT 1760s-1800s by Larry Reynolds of 73

Hello again Larry -

I forgot to ask if you could please outline your descent from Lusetta??

THANKS!

My line of descent from Eunice Le Valley & Thomas Matteson is as follows:

1. Eunice B. LE VALLEY (b.1770;d.1844-Cortland County,New York)
sp: Thomas MATTESON

2. Christopher Le Valley MATTESON (b.1788-Burlington,Chittenden County,Vermont;d.1867-Cortland,New York)
sp: Anna GRANT (b.1795-Stonington,New London County,Connecticut;m.1809;d.1841-Solon,Cortland County,New York

3. Cyrus French MATTESON (b.1812-Chenango County,New York;d.1900)
sp: Sally BAKER (b.1816-Freetown,Cortland County,New York;m.1837;d.1869-Solon,Cortland County,New York)

4. Justus Grant MATTESON (b.1839-Elmira,Chemung County,New York;d.1927-Syracuse,Onondaga County,New York)
sp: Mary Louise HATCH (b.1840-New York;m.1868;d.1911-1328 Grape Street,Syracuse,Onondaga County,New York)

5. Frank LeRoy MATTESON (b.1870-Marathon,Cortland County,New York;d.1953-Syracuse,Onondaga County,New York)
sp: Katherine V. SACKETT (b.1875;d.1963-Syracuse,Onondaga County,New York)

6. Reginald Grant MATTESON (b.1902;d.1980-Walton,Delaware County,New York)
sp: Helen Marie PADDOCK (b.1904-Ilion,Herkimer County,New York;m.1926)


7. Mary Anne MATTESON sp: Karl Eugene MEEKER

8. Heather Anne MEEKER (THIS IS ME!)
sp: William Quinn METHENY

9. Lydia Bell METHENY





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