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Chauncy & Lydia (Arnold) Strong family Bible - Delaware Co, NY
Posted by: Michael Ritter (ID *****8945) Date: September 02, 2006 at 23:51:36
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No relation. I just enjoy browsing through family Bibles up for auction on eBay and trying to connect any genealogical info to those that may find it of interest or worth pursuing. I am not the seller, nor do I intend to purchase. Unfortunately, links do not stay active more than a couple months. Here is what I found:

Item number: 170022280651
Seller: booksnpaper!

Based on my transcription of a photo posted by the seller:

Chauncy Strong, b. 11 Oct 1786
Lydia Arnold, b. 28 Oct 1790
-married 1 May 1814
-children:
1. Sarah Strong, b. 14 Mar 1815
2. Lemuel Strong, b. 11 Dec 1816
-married Harriet Mitchell in 1841
3. Ann Strong, b. 18 Jul 1818
-married Marcus ??? on 29 Mar 18??
4. George Strong, b. 16 Nov 1821
-married Mary Houghtaling on 31 Dec 1844
5. Jonathon Strong, b. 17 Jul 1824
-married ????
6. Josiah ??? Strong, b. 1 Jun 182?
-married Betsey H?? on 1 Jan 1852
7. Sarah Augusta Strong, b. 1 Nov 1832
-married Orlando? Dutton on 28 Feb 1854
-married James Pierson on 2 Jul 1868

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There is more, but it is pretty difficult to make out from the photos. From a little Internet research, I am certain this family was settled in Delaware Co, New York.


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