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Dear Kay, I have an antique dinosaur of a computer, and with the combo of broadband-lite with dial-up, for some reason I can only reply to an email sent to me. If you don't mind emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I'd be happy to share them with you. Also, I have done a bit of the family line and have found out that James is the son of Abraham Waldron (25 Dec 1778-17 Jun 1859) and Olive Hall (04 Feb 1787-20 Oct 1849), the daughter of Paul Hall and Sarah Neal. Abraham (b.ca 1790)was the son of Abraham Waldron and Mary Ashby. The elder Abraham was the son of Richard K. Waldron (1719-1789) and Mary Clark (1725- ), dau of Abraham Clark and Anna Canney. Richard Kenney Waldron was POSSIBLY the son of Richard Waldron (21 Feb 1694-23 Aug 1753) and Elizabeth Westbrook (they both came from Dover, NH, so this seems a real possibility), and the elder Richard was the son of Richard (1653-3 Nov 1730)and Eleanor Vaughn Waldron. This Richard was the son of Major Richard Waldron (ca 1609-1615-d.28 Jun 1689) killed by Indians at the "Waldron Garrison". I found James N.Waldron in both "A History of Buckfield" by Alfred Cole, and in a biographical sketch of Daughter Iza Gertrude Waldron Whitman in "The Poets of Maine" compiled by George Bancroft Griffith, pub 1888. I hope this is of help to my fellow Waldron researchers, and if you have theories to the contrary, please let me know. I am still quite the amateur at this, so do not take this as the Gospel, but is what I so far believe to be true. I can also help with some info on names and dates for James and Sarah's children, especially Wesley and his descendants. Lisa