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Re: Starkweather m SusannahWebsterVermont/NY
Posted by: Katrina Starkweather (ID *****6795) Date: November 13, 2004 at 13:40:03
In Reply to: Starkweather m SusannahWebsterVermont/NY by Laura Webster Mekkelson of 306

For anyone needing more info on Asa and Adah
RE: Asa and Adah, I found this news on Adah: She was apparently an early member of the 1st Baptist Church of Pompey and was, I take it, dismissed from the church. Her daughter, Sophia, is also listed.
Starkweather, Adah dismissed
Starkweather, Sophia adm 5/4/1816
Source: Early Members of the 1st Baptist Church of Manlius and Pompey, http://www.rootsweb.com/%7Enyononda/CHURCH/BAPTISTMA.HTM

I wish I knew which Starkweather was married to Susannah Webster of Vermont/NY. I did find a Samuel Starkweather in Ondonga County in the 1810 Census. Perhaps this is your fellow. If it is, I'd be interested in learning more for I am trying to ascertain if he is related to Horace Judson Starkweather or Frank Starkweather. Here's the census link:
NAMES OF HEADS OF HOUSEHOLDS APPEARING IN THE 1810 CENSUS
Town of Onondaga, Onondaga County http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyononda/ONONDAGA/1810CENS.HTM


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