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Was there another Daniel Trickey or Sarah Arnold?
Posted by: Allen Trickey (ID *****4178) Date: September 09, 2004 at 16:35:44
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Hi all:

My GGs were Daniel and Sarah Arnold Trickey. They were both born in the U.S. In 1804 they were in NY state. All of this is from a death certificate, and comprises all I know of them. They must have been born between 1770 and 1785.

I have trailed more than one Daniel Trickey

1. Daniel born 1770 in NH. Lived most of his life in Cumberland Co, Maine. Apparently never left ME and was never married to a woman named Arnold.

2. Daniel born about 1780 in NH. Moved to Vermont by 1820,
moved to Livingston Co, NY by 1835, apparently died there.
His wife and other relatives moved on to Saginaw MI by
1850. His son Daniel Jr. joined them by 1860. No
indication he was in NY state before 1835, and the only wife I know of was named Suzannah.

There are other Daniel Trickeys, but I find none born at the
right time (late eighteenth century) nor any who married
a member of the Arnold family.

I posted here because of a Trickey/Arnold presence here at what would appear to be the appropriate time.

Does anyone know anything of a Daniel Trickey or a Sarah Arnold born, let's say, between 1760 and 1785? Finding either in this age range would give new life to my search.

Do I dare hope?



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