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Families of Nathan Pitcher, 1782 and Polly L. 1787
Posted by: John Pitcher (ID *****8122) Date: June 05, 2009 at 06:47:14
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I am again trying to connect the Pitcher line to a Nathaniel Pitcher Talmadge.
What I have as follows.
Nathan Pitcher was born in 1782 per LDS and born 1875 per 1860 census. LDS born in MA, Census born VT.
Nathan married Polly (Mary) L. (Lavina or Lavenia) no v.r. or date but possible Henderson, Jefferson Co., NY. Information suggest children were born in Henderson.
Believe he migrated to ILL. seeing at least one child married in Ogle, ILL.
Nathan then moved to Delaware Co., Iowa. 1860 census Delaware Co., Union Twp. has Nathan Pitcher, age 75, born VT, Personal Estate $50, wife Mary, age 72, born MA.
They are buried in the Delaware Co. Cemetery, Iowa.
Nathan Pitcher 1782- 27 Jan 1865
Polly L. 1787- 11 Sept. 1875
Reuben 1844- 8.20.1863 Co. K 21st Inf. died in St Louis

Known children Mary L. Pitcher who married Nathan B. Talmadge. LDS Family Group Record File v4.19 has Mary born 13 Apr 1823 Henderson, NY., married 21 May 1843, Girard, Erie PA., died 11 Aug 1909 Delhi, Iowa. This may be connection.

Possible other children were Harrison, Emeline who married a Wilcox, Syble who married a Crosier

I am unable to Connect Nathan Pitcher to the Pitcher line. Who where his parents.

And as noted, how to connect this Nathaniel Pitcher Talmadge to the Pitcher line.

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