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Re: Sarsons of NY State, early 1800s.
Posted by: Elizabeth J. Pistininzi Date: September 26, 2000 at 10:45:16
In Reply to: Re: Sarsons of NY State, early 1800s. by Russ Blosser of 74

Hi, I am a Sarson from Bethlehem, Pa. My father was Clark P. Sarson, born in N.J. His father was William Sarson born in N.J. and his father was Thomas Sarson born in Leicestershire, England. Thomas came to U.S.July 8, 1842. I have a lot of info. on Sarson's. A John Sarson in New Brunswick, Canada in the 1850 census. Also a John born 1826 in England (brother of Thomas), Died Aug. 12, 1892in Willseyville, Tioga Co., N.Y.
Also a John Sarson in the 1850 census in Setart Twsp., Meigs Co. Ohio. Wife Theresa, children, Martha, Sarah, and George. Also a Charles Sarson in Willoughby, Ohio, son of Millard and Lucille Goldsby Sarson. Also a Wilkie Sarsonin Portland, Meigs Co. Ohio.
Any thing sound familiar. That Stuart Sarson's Grandfather, was my brother.
Good luck on your family history.
Also a lot of Sarson's in U.S., but can't find out any connection.


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