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Re: Amanda (Treat) King
Posted by: THEA SMITH (ID *****6179) Date: April 28, 2003 at 12:10:46
In Reply to: Amanda (Treat) King by Kerrie (King) Berg of 592

Kerrie - I have been working on a line of the PROSSER family and found Potter PROSSER married to Eliz. (Elizabeth) TREAT. She was said to have been born March 24, 1799 West Stockbridge, Mass. (located in "Mass, 1620 - 1930 Local and Family Histories; Descendants of Elder John Strong") From other sources it was stated she was born Colchester, Conn. and also b. March 27, 1798 in Colchester, Conn

Parents were:
Timothy Treat (s/o Timothy Treat & Ruth Hamlin)& Beulah Strong (d/o Ozias Strong & Susannah West)

Children:
1 Amanda Treat March 30, 1780 m. James King

2 Seymour Treat December 03, 1782 m. Phebe McCarty (May have been this Seymour who was considered a "first settler" of Vermilion Co., Illinois abt. 1819)

3 Abigail Treat April 15, 1784

4 Susanna Treat April 25, 1786 m. [1] Zelak Walter [2] Joseph Phelps. She died in "Sandwich, Ill"

5 Francis Treat May 25, 1788 - died young

6 Calvin Treat July 10, 1790

7 Lucia Treat December 29, 1795 m. Robert Baylis or Bayles

8 Eliz Elizabeth Treat March 24, 1799 m. before 1820 "Mr. Prosser" (Potter A. Prosser) and died between 1850 & 1855(on census Cattaraugus Co., Conewango Eliz Prosser 52 b. Mass -- and --Potter A. Prosser married in Will Co., Ill. March 29, 1855 to Mrs. Eliz. Lanser)

9 Laura Treat February 23, 1801, Homer, NY m. Milton Robinson

Another source I located which does conflict with Strong Hist. is: The Hamlin Family, Pub. Exira, Iowa. 1902. Author: Lyman S. Shreeve; Call No. CS71.H223. I guess you could call it - two differing points of view !

The TREAT & STRONG lineages are published - it's the PROSSER lineage which has been so difficult.


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