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Re: Ebenezer Pitcher, Rutland VT
Posted by: DONALD PITCHER (ID *****3687) Date: October 07, 2007 at 15:28:14
In Reply to: Re: Ebenezer Pitcher, Rutland VT by Thom Carlson of 974

I am really confused? I have Ebenezer SR. and Jr. in Vermont in the 1790 cencus. I have also found that they were in the 1790 census of Conneticut. The census was actually taken in 1791 in Vermont. I have a Norman Pitcher born 1790-91 in Connecticut but in the 1850 census of Butler county Ohio he stated to have been born in Vermont. I would like to know were you got the info 0f 1813 for these 2 men. I also found that Jr. moved to Oneida New York, but have not verified the info. That is why he can not be found in Vermont. So if you can set my info into correct mode I would be so greatful. Another Pitcher


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