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Posted by: Carol Shiels (ID *****0778) Date: November 11, 2005 at 13:43:55
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Seeking correct parents of Daniel Dockham born 12/1828 in Frankfort, Waldo Co, ME.
Believed to be a son of Ephraim Dockham Sr and Abigail; Probable Brother of Ephraim Dockham Jr b 5/1822 in Frankfort ME.

Ephraim & Abigail Dockham had a total of 9 ch [per various censuses]
1)daughter #1 b 1810-1820 prob NH
2)son Osman T b abt 1816 NH
3)son Waldron b abt 1817
4)daughter #2 b 1815-1820
5)daughter #3 b 1820-1824

6)son Ephraim Jr b 1822 Frankfort, ME; md (1)Adeline Savage 1848 Francistown, NH (2) Mary E Howard 1861 Frankfort, ME

7)son Issac b abt 1827

8)son Daniel M b 1828 Frankfort, ME; md Hannah Dutch 1855
Frankfort, ME. In Frankfort Censuses of 1830, 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, (1890 - unknown) 1900 in Prospect, Waldo Co, ME. In 1880 census, Daniel's father b NH, mother b ME.

9)son John b abt 1831

No Dockham family in Frankfort ME prior to 1820 census.
Ephraim Sr was head of household in Frankfort Maine in 1820, 1830 censuses. Abigail was HOH in 1840.

Where were Ephraim & Abigail Dockham (or other spelling: Dockam, Dockum) prior to 1820?
They DO NOT appear to be related to the Dockham family from Sandwich, New Hampshire

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