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From: carl leonard <>
Subject: Re: [PA-BRADFORD-CO-HIST-SOCIETY] PA-BRADFORD-CO-HIST-SOCIETYDigest, Vol 4, Issue 94
Date: Sun, 30 Aug 2009 08:23:57 -0400
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peggy spence; have you come across any cary/carey - rice families on
armenia mountian ? carl leonard

On Sun, Aug 30, 2009 at 3:01 AM,
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> Today's Topics:
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>   1. Re: John Fosburgh (1806-1872)     -searching for p... (M Spencer)
>   2. Re: John Fosburgh (1806-1872)     -searching for p... ()
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> Message: 1
> Date: Sat, 29 Aug 2009 10:31:20 -0400
> From: "M Spencer" <>
> Subject: Re: [PA-BRADFORD-CO-HIST-SOCIETY] John Fosburgh (1806-1872)
>        -searching for p...
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> Hi,
>
> I am not Paul, but, yes, he is related to the Newell's of Bradford County.
> How are you connected to them?
>
> I don't have direct Newell ancestors, but have some indirect connections.
>
> Peggy Spencer researching families of Armenia Mountain, Bradford and Tioga
> Counties, PA.
>
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> Subject: Re: [PA-BRADFORD-CO-HIST-SOCIETY] John Fosburgh (1806-1872)
> -searching for p...
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> Paul,  Are you related to the Newell's of Bradford Co?
>
> Chuck Crofutt
>
>
> In a message dated 8/27/2009 4:14:34 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> writes:
>
> Hello:
>
> I am searching for information about the parents of John  Fosburgh, b. 1806
>
> in New York; m. Betsey GOODRICH ca 1828, likely in  New York; d. 1872 in
> Gillett,  Bradford Co., Pennsylvania; parents  unknown.
>
> Betsey GOODRICH, b. 1805 in New York, d. 1880 in South Creek  Twp., Bradford
> Co., Pennsylvania. Betsey was likely the daughter of James  Goodrich and
> Selinda  PAINE. John and Betsey GOODRICH Fosburgh are  interred in Fries
> Cemetery,  Columbia Cross Roads, Bradford Co.,  Pennsylvania.
>
> 1828 - The family of Betsey GOODRICH was residing near  the northeastern
> boundary of Delaware Co., New York about the time  of John's marriage to
> Betsey.  So, I'm guessing John Fosburgh's  family may have resided in
> Delaware, Greene, or  Schoharie counties  ca 1828.
>
> 1830 - John and Betsey GOODRICH Fosburg are enumerated in  Towanda, Bradford
> Co., Pennsylvania, together with daughter Harriet, born  1829 in New York.
>
> 1840 - John and Betsey GOODRICH Fosburg are  enumerated in Columbia Twp.,
> Bradford Co., Pennsylvania.
>
> 1850 - John and Betsey GOODRICH Vosburg are enumerated in Springfield Twp.,
> Bradford Co., Pennsylvania.
>
> 1852 - the oldest son of John  and Betsey traveled to Owego, Tioga Co., New
>
> York to be married in  1852. His name was James P. Fosburgh and his bride
> was  Martha  LOOMIS. Martha's family resided in Troy, Pennsylvania, so I
> theorize  they  married in Owego because relations (ancestors?) of James P.
>
> Fosburgh resided  there. The Fosburgh males residing in Owego ca 1850  are
> Adam (b.
> ca 1776 in NY),  Peter (b. ca 1799 in NY), and James (b.  ca 1811 in NY).
>
> The surname of Fosburgh also appears as Vosburgh,  Vosburg, Fosburg, and
> sometimes Forsburg. In John's last will and  testament, and on his
> gravestone, his surname is spelled  "Fosburgh."
>
> Any help with the parentage of John Fosburgh (1806-1872)  would be much
> appreciated. He is my paternal 3rd  great-grandfather.
>
> Paul E. Newell
> Ellicott City,  MD
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> Date: Sat, 29 Aug 2009 12:56:22 EDT
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> In a message dated 8/29/2009 10:37:20 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> writes:
>
> Hi,
>
> I am not Paul, but, yes, he is related to the Newell's of  Bradford County.
> How are you connected to them?
>
> I don't have  direct Newell ancestors, but have some indirect connections.
>
> Peggy  Spencer researching families of Armenia Mountain, Bradford and  Tioga
> Counties, PA.
>
>
>
> My Newell ancestors, Lewis and Caroline WEBLER Newell, migrated from
> northeastern CT to Armenia Mountain ca 1835. Lewis began the construction of a
> sawmill on Tamarack Creek and then abandoned the project and removed to
> Maryland  where he helped construct the C&O Canal. By 1860 he was back on
> Armenia where he and Caroline settled with their younger children.  The Newell and
> Webler families resided near Sherman's Corners where the  sawmill/
> gristmill was located.
>
> Paul
>
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