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Peirpont Rollison (aka Peirmont or Peirepont Rowlison) NY 1793
Posted by: Kimberly Rowlison-Reed (ID *****4536) Date: January 27, 2003 at 00:32:30
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Kinda new to this and this is as far as I have...any help would be appreciated.

1830 census Greene county, NY
Pierpont Rollison - the info on this census is very vauge, but matched him to 1850 census. Not sure if this spelling is correct and it was later changed or if it was in error.

1850 census Greene county, Durham Twp, NY
Piermont Rowlison (b. 1793ish NY) Laborer
wife Maria (Merriman??)(b 1804ish NY)
children Joseph (b. 1824ish NY) listed as idiotic
Sally (b. 1828ish NY)
Rufus (b. 1830ish NY)
John F.(b. 1833ish NY)
Isaac (b. 1836ish NY)
Francis E.(b. 1839ish NY)
Elliot (b. 1841ish NY)
Esther M (b. 1847ish NY)
Elliot Merriman (b. 1772ish VT)I believe this was was Maria's father.

1860 census had the first name as Pierepont Rowlison
and Elliot (who I believe is my gg grandfather)was still in Greene county but in Windham Twp.

I know my gg grandfather Elliot was born in NY and later moved sometime before
1880 to Bridgewater, Williams, OH. He was ordained as a minister in Findley, OH. Married Christena (b. 1841ish OH.)Problem is, my record shows Elliot's mother from MA and father from CT, but these NY records are the only one's that I have found remotely close.

If anyone has any info or ideas where to would be muchly appreciated.

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