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Re: Looking to connect Ralph Monson b1899 son of William S b1861
Posted by: jennifer prouty (ID *****8259) Date: November 14, 2011 at 17:22:27
In Reply to: Re: Looking to connect Ralph Monson b1899 son of William S b1861 by Lillian of 766

Ralph Monson Prouty was my great grandfather 1899-1956 m elizabeth covill. My father believed Ralph's father to be william c prouty m. hattie hull. Looking through henry pope prouty genealogy i didn't find anything. i did however find a blurb about family sketches of fairfield county on the internet today.
It read as follows:
Prouty, G. C., son of S D. Prouty, a native of New Hampshire, who settled in Highgate, Vt., was born September 20, 1838. His wife was Sarah A. Chase, whom he married September 4, 1858. Their children were: Willie C., born January 2, 1866; Frank D., born July 25, 1861; Anson N.. born November 10, 1865; Emma S., born April 1, 1867; and Herbert C., born April 4, 1875. Frank and Anson died in childhood. Emma married Henry J. Isham on August 6, 1884, and they have one child. Willie C. married Hattie Hull on January 1, 1884, and they also have one child. Mr. Prouty has been a prominent citizen of the town for ten years, and was elected representative from Fairfield in 1890.

I believe this to be likely because hattie's father was lyman munson hull. ralphs middle name is munson. I haven't seen anything on GC or SD prouty.
Hopefully some of this rings a bell.

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