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Re: Mary Ann Pulver b.1831 NY
Posted by: Angelynn Rainbow (ID *****5059) Date: December 08, 2004 at 17:02:10
In Reply to: Mary Ann Pulver b.1831 NY by Susan Mcclen of 418

Hi,

I to am interested in the Callender Family - specifically Joseph Callender's brother Levi Callender born 01/1809 died 03/1832. I am interested in knowing if he was married and had any children.

As for Joseph Callender and Mary Ann Pulver... I have found very little. I did find them in an 1850 US Census for Connecticut:

1850 US Census 08.16.1850 Connecticut-Salisbury, Litchfield County
Dwelling# 485 / Family# 527
Line# 03: Joseph Callender - Head of Household - Age 30 - Married - Laborer
Line# 04: Mary A Callender - Wife - Age 18 - Married
Line# 05: William Callender - Son - Age 1 - Single

Our families are not related, but we are in possession of a diary written by Levi Callender during 1830-1831 while aboard the whaling ship Phebe which was captained by William Coffin Briggs. Our family is related to the Coffin family & we are are also interested as to if Levi Callender and William Coffin Briggs were related in any way.

Angelynn
roostercoop@charter.net



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