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Elizabeth Darling Fosdick
Posted by: Cindee Stinton-Brown (ID *****4741) Date: March 26, 2004 at 20:48:25
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I have just received a book called "Revolutionary War Period Bible Family & Marriage Records Gleaned from Pension Applications, Vol. 5." On page 70, Item #W1220 says that "Frances Bulkley m. Elizabeth Fosdick, 5 Jan. 1797, Wethersfield, Hartford Co., CT., 1st Congregational Church, B.L.Wt. 951-160-55"

Does anyone know if this is Elizabeth Darling 1719-1799, who married James Fosdick 1716-1784.

I was trying to see if my lineage would lead me to being connected with the Revolutionary War. I am wondering if my Elizabeth Darling is the same as this one and if so she must have been re-married after James passed on. My line goes from Samuel I, Samuel II, James, William, John, John, Charles etc. Anyone know if can apply for DAR? Also, I've heard the term "Oysterbay branch". Is that my line? Thanks for any help you might have!



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