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Source for:   Judith Elwell,   20 SEP 1726 -          Index

Name source:    S55654
Page:   349

Text:   iv. JUDITH ELWELL, b. September 20,1726.


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Source for:   Lydia Elwell,   9 AUG 1728 -          Index

Name source:    S55654
Page:   349

Text:   v. LYDIA ELWELL, b. August 9, 1728.


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Source for:   Jonathan Elwell,   5 JAN 1730 -          Index

Name source:    S55654
Page:   349

Text:   vi. JONATHAN ELWELL, b. January 5, 1730/31.


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Source for:   Anne Elwell,   5 DEC 1733 -          Index

Name source:    S55654
Page:   349

Text:   vii. ANNE ELWELL, b. December 5, 1733.


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Source for:   Samuel Elwell,   27 APR 1736 -          Index

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Page:   349

Text:   viii. SAMUEL ELWELL ,b. April 27, 1736, Plymouth, Connecticut; m. HANNAH FANCHER ELWELL (FIRST COUSIN).

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Page:   349

Text:   viii. SAMUEL ELWELL ,b. April 27, 1736, Plymouth, Connecticut; m. HANNAH FANCHER ELWELL (FIRST COUSIN).


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Source for:   Elizabeth Fancher,   25 MAR 1737 -          Index

Name source:    S55654
Page:   349

Text:   vi. ELIZABETH FANCHER, b. March 25, 1737.


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Source for:   Thankful Thomason,   7 JUL 1705 - 19 AUG 1759         Index

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Page:   349

Text:   WILLIAM FANCHER (DAVID FAUCHER1 (1)) d. August 20, 1759, Woodbury, Connecticut. He married THANKFUL THOMASON FANCHER November 20, 1723 in Branford, Connecticut.


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Source for:   Samuel Fancher,   2 SEP 1724 - 8 JAN 1753         Index

Name source:    S55654
Page:   349

Text:   i. SAMUEL3 FANCHER, b. September 2, 1724; d. January 8, 1753, Northbury, Connecticut.


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Source for:   William Fancher,   20 OCT 1726 -          Index

Name source:    S55654
Page:   349

Text:   ii. WILLIAM FANCHER, b. October 20, 1726.

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Page:   9

Text:   2. William2 Fancher, (William1) was born in Branford, Conn., 20 Oct. 1728 and lived as late as 28 April 1808 when he conveyed land )vol. 2, p. 108, Bromw Co., N. Y., land records). He married, in Northbury (now plymouth) Conn., 5 April 1755, ELIZABETH LUDDENTON, daughter of William and Mary (Knoles) Luddenton, who died between 28 July 1796 and 28 April 1808, possibly in Windsor, Broone Co., N. Y. William2 is called a yeoman in Broome Co. land records. vol. show William to have been in service in 1757. He served in the Revolution in the company of Capt. Adonijah Burr, 9th regiment of Col. Increase Moselyey, a Connecticut regiment organized for two months service which was on duty on the Hudson River, near Peekskill, arriving in camp 18 July 1778. By the census of1800 indicates he was then living in the town of Chenango.