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Re: Eunice SILVER, Dau. of Samuel SILVER & Jemima KIMBALL
Posted by: Jan (Byard) Saremi (ID *****7859) Date: January 08, 2004 at 08:09:04
In Reply to: Re: Eunice SILVER, Dau. of Samuel SILVER & Jemima KIMBALL by Laurie Moulton of 803

Hi Laurie!

I'm very happy to hear from you and hope you can provide some information I haven't yet been able to find.

My Grandfather, Robert BYARD, was one of the first permanent settlers in Sedgwick, Maine in 1763/64. He has no background in this country that we descendants have discovered. When he married my Grandmother, Abigail GLOVER, in Salem MA in 1763, he called himself a mariner and one of his descendants from Sedgwick said he was from England, making it sound as if he had recently arrived.

Robert and Abigail's son, John Byard, married a "Eunice"
in Sedgwick and I suspect she was Eunice Hale, even though I'm not positive. Call it a hunch. Also, I think Robert Byard may have known the Silver and/or Hale families in MA.

If the Byard name is in your husband's tree, I'll be ecstatic and happy to share whatever Byard information I can provide. If Eunice Hale was married to someone else, I'd love to know that too.

Thank you so much for responding to my Genforum post!

Best regards,

Jan (Byard) Saremi


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