Yes, it does. I visited with a descendant of Samuel's today (my ex-husband's aunt) and she also had information that said that Lyman was Samuel Judson Gleason's father. Up until that time, I believed that Lyman's brother Ephraim was Samuel's father as there was a Judson listed with Ephraim's family in the 1850 Census. I'm guessing now that Judson (Samuel J.) must have been living with his uncle, perhaps as labor on the farm.
Thank you for your quick response.
Just out of curiosity, where did you get this information?
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