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20151

Re Elizabeth Corson, wife of Abraham Hand---Peter Hand

JP, Very interesting about Peter Hand. I'm looking at the Craven County (New Bern), NC court minutes for 1712 thru July 1716 & don't see Peter mentioned.
tom howland
6:50 AM
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Re: Fwd: Elizabeth Corson, wife of Abraham Hand

JP, It seems that Abraham Hand died a week or so before Quaker Timothy Brandreth, supposedly caught in "the plague." Tim's third wife was the daughter of the
glenn bingham
1:13 PM
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20149

Fwd: Elizabeth Corson, wife of Abraham Hand

Jeff, your recent post caught my attention; regarding names not listed in the Corson Family history. Some years ago I put a note in the Corson book at the
    goshen
    Nov 20
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    20148

    Dennisville - Townsend; Belle-Carroll; Holmes houses (photo)

    Picking this up off the Baner/Sharp/Masland thread.... Albert Baner owned the William Townsend house for nearly 50 years, and it was a regular gathering place
    HR Dewey
    Nov 19
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    20147

    Re: Baner/Sharp/Masland, with an aside to the National Park Service

    Thank you for sharing. Given your uncle’s tenure at Cooper, he would have overlapped with Jennie S. Sharp, MD. She was Reuben and Phebe’s aunt --- also
    HR Dewey
    Nov 19
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    20146

    Re: Baner/Sharp/Masland, with an aside to the National Park Service

    Joel Robinson b1802 must be the JP from Ewings Neck (Delmont) who lived south of Delsea Drive near the intersection of Hands Mill Road. gjb On Sunday, November
    glenn bingham
    Nov 19
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    20145

    Baner/Sharp/Masland, with an aside to the National Park Service

    Albert Lawrence Baner, from Salem, New Jersey, b. Trenton, NJ, 7Nov1896, was tapped into the Raven's Claw society (a.k.a., White Hats, a male honorary society
    ManlyJRT@...
    Nov 19
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    20144

    Re: Elisha Baner - Upper, Cape May County

    Thank you all for the input. This tree --- Baner - Cape May 1700-1899 --- is on Ancestry and includes source information
    hrdewey1
    Nov 19
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    20143

    Re: Baners of Upper Township, CMC, NJ

    JPH --- Thank you!!! Very glad to have a lead on Abraham Baner, as I've been coming up short on him. A group of Baners from Salem County went west in the
    hrdewey1
    Nov 19
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    20142

    Re: Elisha Baner - Upper, Cape May County

    My only Baner info is that... Baner, Albert Lawrence, 1923 [m. Phebe Lore Sharp; ME churchexecutive, res. 56 Hunter St., Woodbury, NJ, in 1942] Albert was a
    ManlyJRT@...
    Nov 19
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    20141

    Re: Elisha Baner - Upper, Cape May County

    Hi Helen, Thanks. Likewise I am interested in any further information you might have on Lydia “Lidy” Townsend (1748-1825), Elisha Baner's wife. Source is
    E Johnson
    Nov 19
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    20140

    Re: Elisha Baner - Upper, Cape May County

    Hi Helen, Can you provide any further details on Lydia (CORSON) BANER, including the source of your info? She doesn't seem to be listed in "300 Years with the
    Jeff Owens
    Nov 19
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    20139

    Baners of Upper Township, CMC, NJ

    Helen, attached are 2 pages from my article on French Huguenot, Benjamin Godfroy, (not Quaker English) from the 2012 CMCH&GS BlueBook. Mentions that Quaker,
      goshen
      Nov 19
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      20138

      Elisha Baner - Upper, Cape May County

      Many thanks for the welcome, Glenn. I do need some help/guidance to better document Elisha Baner (1778- 1862) and Esther (possibly Hester) Edwards (1783-
      hrdewey1
      Nov 17
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      20137

      THANKSGIVING

      THANKSGIVING greetings before the long holydayà Kindest Luc http://luc-stenger.strikingly.com (updated - mis α jour) www.vallerysthal.com THANKSGIVING
      Luc
      Nov 17
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