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Loring Andrew Waldo
Posted by: Kathi Clark-Colton Date: March 13, 2000 at 09:08:53
In Reply to: Re: How many Waldo's left? by Linda Davis of 710

Loring Andrew Waldo, according to Waldo lineage by Waldo Lincoln:

Children of Beaulah Waldo and Amy Benjamin (all probably born in Stockbridge, Mass.):
Allen, born 1776
Fanny, born 20 Sep 1786
Spencer, born 1790
Clarissa, married 7 Dec 1815 to Jeremiah Wilford.
Amy, married (1) Mr. Allen (children Waldo and Phebe); (2) Mr. Marsh (one child); (3) Mr. Buck. First two husbands lived in Shrewsbury, Vermont.
Loring - he qualified as a freeman at Tinmouth in 1812. He studied medicine, became a physician and went to Indiana, near the center of the state and is said to have attained distinction. Loring Waldo was representative from Tinmouth.

Beulah Waldo was, with his brothers Calvin and Daniel, in Capt. Amos Shepherd's company in Col. Bellows's regiment, which reinforced the garrison at Ticonderoga when besieged in June 1777.

Beulah: father was Shubael Waldo, grandfather Edward Waldo, great grandfather John Waldo, GG grandfather Cornelius.

This makes us 8th cousins (I think).


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