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Re: David C. Hosley early 1800s in VT
Posted by: Ed Pike (ID *****3051) Date: May 19, 2005 at 20:32:39
In Reply to: Re: David C. Hosley early 1800s in VT by Carol Hosley of 65

Hi,Carol. I went all over Manchester last Summer from the Town Clerk's office to the Cemeteries. Didn't find much. David would be your Allen's ggfather, I think, or maybe even gggfather. Your Allen and I were named after the same man, I'll bet- Allen Hosley, who was the son of David C. Hosley and was my ggfather. There were a couple of other David Hosleys who lived in Manchester so I don't know much about which one of Allen's kids they came from.

If you can tie your Allen to Allen the first we can go from there. I'd be happy to share what I have which isn't much beyond where you probably are... particularly if you are in Manchester. I show David C as being from Winhall and born in 1824 and died 20 Apr 1880 in Winhall. He's the last I've been able to find. I have some dates on his kids and grandkids but not all.

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