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(Unknown) Wilbor

F, ID# 2714
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Father*Samuel R. Wilbor b. 1756
Mother*Martha (Unknown)
Last Edited=2 Jun 2005

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     (Unknown) Wilbor was the daughter of Samuel R. Wilbor and Martha (Unknown).
     (Unknown) Wilbor married (Unknown) Aldrich.

Family: (Unknown) Wilbor and (Unknown) Aldrich


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Aaron Wilbor

M, ID# 2706, (1788 - 1871)
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Father*Brownell Wilbor b. 21 Jun 1753, d. 31 Jul 1826
Mother*Eunice (Unknown) b. 1757
Last Edited=2 Jun 2005

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     Aaron Wilbor was born on 22 November 1788 in Portland, Chautauqua, New York. He was the son of Brownell Wilbor and Eunice (Unknown).
     On 27 September 1812, Aaron Wilbor married Betsey Reynolds.
     Aaron Wilbor died in 1871 in in Westfield, Chautauqua, New York.

Children of Aaron Wilbor and Betsey Reynolds

Citations

  1. [S217] Benjamin F. Wilbour and John R. Wilbor The Wildbores in America. A Family Tree, 5 volumes, Volume II (Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, 1938, reprinted 1998). Hereinafter cited as Wildbores in America.

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Abial Wilbor

M, ID# 1962, (1768 - 1835)
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Father*Esek Wilbor b. 22 Dec 1728, d. 1781
Mother*Rebecca Tabor b. 3 Mar 1745, d. 1781
Last Edited=2 Jun 2005

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     Abial Wilbor married Mary (Unknown). Abial Wilbor was born on 20 January 1768 in Washington, Dutchess, New York.1 He was the son of Esek Wilbor and Rebecca Tabor.
     Abial Wilbor died on 3 April 1835 at the age of 67.1

Family: Abial Wilbor and Mary (Unknown)

Citations

  1. [S175] Benjamin F. Wilbour and John R. Wilbor The Wildbores in America. A Family Tree, 5 volumes, Volume I (Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, 1933, reprinted 1998), F589. Hereinafter cited as Wildbores in America.

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Abigail Wilbor1

F, ID# 3020
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Father*Shadrach Wilbor1 b. c 1766, d. 1847
Mother*Anna Finch1
Last Edited=2 Jun 2005

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     Abigail Wilbor was the daughter of Shadrach Wilbor and Anna Finch.1

Citations

  1. [S217] Benjamin F. Wilbour and John R. Wilbor The Wildbores in America. A Family Tree, 5 volumes, Volume II (Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, 1938, reprinted 1998). Hereinafter cited as Wildbores in America.

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Abishag Wilbor

M, ID# 312, (1721 - before 1786)
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Father*Samuel Wilbore b. 7 Nov 1692, d. 28 Apr 1752
Mother*Elizabeth Carr b. 29 Jul 1691, d. Mar 1764
Last Edited=2 Jun 2005

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     Abishag Wilbor was born on 22 November 1721 in Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island.1,2,3 He was the son of Samuel Wilbore and Elizabeth Carr.
     On 20 October 1751, Abishag Wilbor married Ruth Strange in Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island.1,3,4
     Abishag Wilbor left a will filed on 6 April 1786 Washington, Dutchess, New York. Tripp Mosher were mentioned in the will. ABISHAI WILLBOUR, of Washington Precinct, in Dutchess County, New York. To my wife Ruth, a note I have against Jeremiah Dean of œ10, and all my household goods; Also the use and profit of one third part of the farming utensils, and the use and profit of ten sheep; Also the use of one third part of my live stock, as long as she shall remain my widow, in lieu of dowry, excepting the remainder of my sheep and two cows; when she shall cease to be my widow, the farming utensils and live stock, the use of which is now given to her, be equally divided among all my children, namely, Owen, David, Jonathan, Daniel, Ruth, Sarah, Rachel and Mary; to my sonJonathan, my horse and new saddle; to my daughter Rachel, my brokel cow, one ewe and lamb; to my daughter
Mary, one cow and one ewe and lamb; to my sons, David and Jonathan, all the remaining part of my live stock and movable estate, which I have not heretofore given away to be equally divided between them; Also all the farm and appurtenances whereon I now dwell to be equally divided between them except the profits and privileges heretofore given to my wife, and that they pay my son Owen, each of them 15, and that they also pay my son Daniel 20 apiece when he shall arrive at the age of twenty-one years, and that they each pay also my daughters Ruth, Sarah, Rachel and Mary, 5 apiece. I appoint my sons, David and Jonathan, executors.
Dated April 6, 1786. Witnesses, Jabez Smith, John Blayney and Tripp Mosher, both farmers, of Dutchess County.
Proved, May 19, 1786..4,3,5
     Abishag Wilbor died before 19 May 1786 in Washington, Dutchess, New York.1,3,4 Abishag's will was proved on 19 May 1786 in Dutchess County, New York.3,4

Children of Abishag Wilbor and Ruth Strange

Citations

  1. [S141] George Wilbur, compiler, Genealogy of the Wilburs of Northeast Nebraska (Laguna Beach California: privately printed by request, 1956). Hereinafter cited as Wilburs of Northeast Nebraska.
  2. [S75] "The Carr Family Records", page 36., The Carr Family Records, online http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/. Previously published in hard copy (Rocton, Illinois: Herald Printing House, 1894). Hereinafter cited as "Carr Family Rec."
  3. [S175] Benjamin F. Wilbour and John R. Wilbor The Wildbores in America. A Family Tree, 5 volumes, Volume I (Salem, Massachusetts: Higginson Book Company, 1933, reprinted 1998), Volumn 1, Page 73, E-585.. Hereinafter cited as Wildbores in America.
  4. [S160] Clifford and William McDermott Buck, Eighteenth Century Documents of The Nine Partners Patent, Dutchess County, New York. Collections of The Dutchess County Historical Society Volume X. (Baltimore, MD:: Gateway Press, Inc , 1979), page 562, Estate # 294. Hereinafter cited as Eighteenth Century Docs.
  5. [S153] New York Historical Society, New York Abstracts of Wills on file in the Surrogates Office, City of New York. (New York: New York Historical Society , 1900), Abstracts of Wills, Vol XIII, 1784-1786, Page 89. Hereinafter cited as NY Abstracts Will.

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