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Re: Abigail A. Ruscoe, NY/CT
Posted by: Ginny Gage Date: March 13, 1999 at 09:43:44
In Reply to: Re: Abigail A. Ruscoe, NY/CT by David W. Utter of 273


I hadn't heard from anyone on this name was pleasantly surprised to see your post!
At the moment I cannot remember when I got my info from, but it differs slightly from yours. I have Nancy N. born 1842. I have Mary Esther born 1821, and Abigail b. July 28, 1825 and died 1889. I am trying to remember if the cemetery in Lewisboro is called Beck Cemetery, and I think it is. Vista may be a section of Lewisboro. I'll ask my brother. He lives not too far from there. Abigail is buried in this particular cemetery with her third husband. I believe that's where I got her birth and death dates from. That would put her and Abigail born the same year, according your your records. Either twins or someone has made a mistake. I also have a Silas B. Ruscoe born March 21, 1823 and died 1894, a Cyrus R. Ruscoe born April 11, 1828 who m. Olive Knapp 1st, and Helen Sparks 2nd., Jeremiah B. Ruscoe who m. Julia Ann Cogswell June 6, 1869, and Harrison D. Ruscoe b. 1823 and d. 1832. Guess I need to find my notes as to where I got this info from. I had nothing on Sally Dean except it was Abigail's mother.
Do you follow this line? I also show that Hezekiah Ruscoe's parents were Theophilus and Abigail Bouton Ruscoe.
I've been trying to find information on Abigail's husband, Sylvester Scofield who was b. 1817. I have their children (my g. grandfather was Levi Worth Scofield), but know nothing more about Sylvester except he was a shoemaker.
Would be willing to share whatever I have.
I notice your last name is Utter. I have a friend who's an Utter descendant. We just found out recently her family is from the South Salem/Pound Ridge area of NY. Perhaps you're on her Utter Group? I know she's on some group through RootsL, I believe.
Looking forward to hearing back from you.


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