Person Page 23538
|Father||Matthew Rowlee b. 15 October 1720|
|Mother||Deborah Gray1 b. circa 1714|
|Birth||circa 1755||Rememberence was born circa 1755. As she shows on the 1800 VT census as over 45 years old.2
|Marriage||between 1785 and 1799||Rememberence Rowley married William Eastman, son of Peter320 Eastman and (?) Unknown, between 1785 and 1799. That is, after the death of Joanna Miller.3
Many gedcoms online have Rememberence married to her step son.
Some even have another of her step sons, that is Amos, as
dying in 1865. These are confusing two difference Amos Eastmans.
|Census||1800||Rememberence Rowley and William Eastman
may appear on the census of 1800 at Swanton, Franklin,
Connecticut,William may show as over 45; 1 m 16-26 likely Alexander who
is purported to have been born about 1800; 1 female under 10 unknown
dau; 1 female 10-16 other unknown dau; and wife over 45. Rememberence is likely the wife.4
|19 Sept 1808||On 19 September 1808 Rememberence wrote a letter
to her step-son and his family, in Canada. From this letter we gather
that William has recently died and that she is rather depressed. .4
|1809||There is a memo in the church records of the
Swanton Baptist Church that speaks such "gone letter deceased August
1809" Sounds like Rememberence died before Aug of 1809.5
|research||after 1808||Rememberence Rowley died after September of 1808
but before August of 1809. There is no burial record for Rememberence
in St. Albans, VT. Try Swanton.
|Family||William Eastman||b. circa 1739, d. between 1804 and 1808|
|Child||1.||Alexander Eastman+ b. c 1800; More likely he is the son of Rememberence than of Joanna.|
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