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Weeks/Wicks, Gillette, Thompson/Thomson, Bogart, Hungerford, Perry
Posted by: Judith Ancell (ID *****1964) Date: August 31, 2013 at 15:22:31
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We are currently in the process of setting up a page for the descendants of Robert (1772-1848)and Elizabeth(1776-?)(Maiden Name Unknown) Weeks of Scipio, Cayuga, NY and later of Livingston County, New York.
Robert and Elizabeth were of the Quaker Religion and all of their children are recorded in the Quaker Records. Several of the children later married out but that is also recorded.

If you are descended, or think you might be descended, from any one of these families please contact j.WEEKS.a@gmail.com
All of the children were born in Scipio, Cayuga County, New York
If you are descended from one of their children we would like to have you join our site where we share family information, documents and photographs.
1. James Weeks b 30 Aug 1801 NY m Emily Gillette
2. German Weeks b 03 Mar 1804 NY m Jane Thompson
3. Rachel Weeks b 12 Nov 1806 NY m Andrew Van Mittleswaert Bogart
4. Joseph W. Weeks b 08 Sep 1809 NY m Alzina Hungerford
5. Mary Weeks b abt 1812 NY m William Rynex Perry
6. Jane Weeks b 08 Jun 1815 NY m ???


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