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Re: James Brewer-Deborah Moore Boylston,Mass
Posted by: Wendy in CT Date: June 08, 1999 at 18:49:30
In Reply to: Re: James Brewer-Deborah Moore Boylston,Mass by w.brewer of 8988

W.Fletcher Brewer

Thanks for the feedback! Now that I have your attention, I have a few more questions. (Pay attention, Norm, this one is about Charity) Charity Brewer m. Aaron Hastings 14 Sept 1815. Is this the same Charity Brewer bapt. 28 Oct 1792 in Berlin, MA, daughter of James and Deborah? Norm has a Charity Brewer m. Nathan Ball about the same time period (help me out here, Norm, I don't have your notes in front of me). According to my notes, Aaron d. 6 Apr 1824 in Fairfield, VT, at age 31, and Charity m.(2) John Stone of Shrewsbury. The Stone Genealogy has this marriage of Charity and John, and two subsequent marriages for John after Charity. Does anyone know where she is buried or have a death date for her?

Next question- Do you have birth records for James Brewer? and Where did the Hamilton come from?

Am I correct in Assigning this James Brewer to Moses Brewer and Elizabeth Davis? If so, would love to compare information. I have many holes in James' ancestry, and absolutely no clue who are the parents of Elizabeth Davis. Would love to communicate with you anyway, as I'm sure others don't want me to clutter up the forum with details. Sorry to go so long on these two posts, but I am assuming that there may be others with the same confusion regarding this family.

Wendy

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