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Re: david hathaway
Posted by: Ruth Keightley (ID *****3130) Date: January 13, 2012 at 08:24:57
In Reply to: david hathaway by partick hathaway of 3033

Dear Partick (which I assume was intended to be Patrick):

I "retired" several years ago as HFA genealogist, but am helping out at the moment.

Page 1140 of Hathaways of America, 1970 edition,has:

David, b. 176-, Elmira 1820 (Tioga Co., NY 29/227); perhaps son David, near Thomas (q.v.) Starkey, Yates Co., NY 1840 with female, b. 177-; Tioga Co. 1820 also has male and female, b. 1794-1802; male 1804-10, and 4 males and 1 female, b. 1810-20. Ref. Notes under Gilbert

Also of note: We have a David, born 10 Sept. 1737, d. Rock Stream, NY 12 Nov. 1812 ae 75-2-2. Grave Rock Stream, NY
12 Nov 1812 - ae 75y 2 mo 2 days. We also have that he was a Tory, (see New Brunswick History page 43 or 93, stayed in Nova Scotia 6 years. Elmira 1820. No land deed, will, nor census record found. But it would appear this David might have been father to the later David.
There were five sons of Ebenezer who were Royalists, although Ebenezer was not Gilbert was one of these sons.

I don't know how much this helps, but it will give you another avenue to pursue. Email again if I can help further.

Best wishes,

Ruth Hathaway Keightley
Genealogist Emeritus, Hathaway Family Association



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