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mystery-Harlow-Boynton-Place ? who
Posted by: LeAnne Date: June 21, 2001 at 10:25:14
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I am seeking to untangle this lady's path.
First record in her marriage as Ann M. Harlow to James M. Pelton in Nov. 1852 in Palermo, states they are from Camden.
[James M. Pelton appears to be the son of Moses Pelton in Washington and is a Cooper--the Pelton book states that this James was unmarried and went to MA? but]
Next Ann Marie Harlow married Ephriam Boynton[a cooper, son of Asa] in 1859 in Liberty.
1860 census they are listed in Palermo:
Ephriam 27
Ann 25
James 3
Ella 2/12
Plummer, William 60

Ephriam dies in Feb 1870 and in April Maria A. Boynton marries Abram Place Sr.[59] in Somerville, Lincoln Co.
She has her three Boynton children with her Carney{Phillip] 8
Warren 5
Charles 1
She did not stay with Abram long.
In 1879 a Maria A. Place married a Orren Keene, her?
We know she was alive in 1904 in Palermo as she appears in a picture at that time.
On Phillip Carney Boyntons death certificate his mother is listed as Maria Pelton.

Questions; Why use the surname Harlow for two marriages?
What happened to James and Ella and were they Peltons or Boyntons?
What was her final Surname?
She could have been in the Rockland area as her son Warren lived and raised a family there.
Any small crumb or clue about this lady would be more than greatly appreciated.
Thank you.


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