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Eliza MILTIMORE [1803-1869] + Moses ELKINS Jr ~ buried in Potton, Quebec near VT
Posted by: J. transcriber (ID *****1076) Date: September 21, 2004 at 18:28:08
In Reply to: Miltimore in NH 1700s-early 1800s by Bonita Hillmer of 70

Hi Bonita,
Daniel MILTIMORE was born in 1762 in Derry, New Hampshire. Search for cemetery data on this message board.

"ELKINS CEMETERY*
In 1797 Captain Moses Elkins and his wife Ruth Leavensworth [1765-1825] arrived in Potton from Craftsbury, Vermont. They settled a mile north of the border alongside the Missisquoi River. Captain Elkins is buried in Johnson, Vermont and Ruth is buried in the Skinner Cemetery in Potton.

Their son, Moses Elkins, Jr. [1800-1869]; who could easily have been one of the first children born in the township, and his wife, Eliza Miltimore [1803-1669] are both buried here."

Potton Heritage Association, Inc.
Note: Potton Twp., Brome County, Quebec, Canada, border North Troy, Orleans County, Vermont.

Transcribed by Jan


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