FYI, I hope someone answered your question six years ago, but since I have an answer I will place it here. Hope it helps someone. -Ken
In the following digitized book, there is a compelling case for Harriet Burnham.
Deacon Winthrop Smith Meserve
HISTORY of the TOWN OF DURHAM NEW HAMPSHIRE
(Oyster River Plantation)
WITH GENEALOGICAL NOTES
By EVERETT S. STACKPOLE and WINTHROP S. MESERVE
Alfred Pinkham, son of Daniel and Sally (Davis), grandson of
Daniel, was born 21 May 1810. He had brothers, William,
Joseph, Charles, Hicks, Salmon and Stephen, and sisters, Fanny
and Nancy. He married, 1831, Harriet Burnham of Newmarket,
who died 14 Jan. 1885.
Frances J. b. 27 Sept. 1833; m. 2 July 1853, Jonas Willey.
Stephen b. 23 April 1835; d. 13 Feb. 1861.
Alfred b. 14 Aug. 1836; d. 23 Aug. 1842.
Alphonso b. 7 Oct. 1838; m. Mehitable Jane Palmer; d. 28 Aug. 1863 in United States Volunteer service.
Ann Augusta b. 19 Aug. 1840; m. Luke Vibbert; d. 18 Nov. 1866.
Harriet b. 10 Aug. 1842; m. Pulsifer.
Joshua b. 12 March 1844; soldier in the Civil War.
Sarah b. 7 May 1846; m. James B. Palmer.
RoscOE b. 14 April 1848.
Esther M. b. 3 July 1850; m. fi) Alfred Davis, (2) Samuel Teri.
Friend b. 19 March 1852; d. 27 Aug. 1855.
Lycurgus b. 26 July 1854; d. 22 Aug. 1855
Friend b. m. and 1. in Durham.
I am still trying to track down Jonas M. Willey, but there is some confusion. My current working hypothesis is Jonas M. Willey was born in February 1833 in New Durham, NH and died on October 19, 1862 (Civil War) in Groton, CT. I further am looking to corroborate that he was son of Benjamin M. Willey and Mary H. Davis.
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