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294. Tobias6 Wallingford (John5, John4, John3, John2, Nicholas1) was born in Lebanon, York County, Maine in 1770.(2007) Tobias died sometime after 1840. His last apperance in census records.(2008)

He married twice. He married first, Marion Corson, prob. by 1790.(2009) (He appears to be married by the time of the 1790 census.)

Marion was born probably in Lebanon, Maine. The date of her birth and the name of her mother is unknown.(2010) Marion was the daughter of Aaron Corson.

Marion died prob. before 5 December 1831. (If it was her husband, and not an unaccounted for son, who remarried on this date.)

He married second, Sally Cornell, 5 December 1831, in Alton, Strafford County, New Hampshire.(2011) Sally was born in Lebanon, York County, Maine.(2012)

A Tobias Wallingford appears in the 1790 census of Lebanon, Maine with two females in his household.(2013) He was assessed in the Federal tax 1 Oct 1798 on 40 acres of land.(2014) He bought a farm in Alton, N.H. in 1810 (Strafford Deeds: 64:252?)(2015) They probably had other children than those listed below. In the 1800 census there was one boy aged under 10 years and three girls under 10 living in their household. The second marriage for him could also be for a son or some other Tobias.

Tobias Wallingford and Marion Corson had the following children:

child + 440 i. Richard7 Wallingford was born about 1804.

child + 441 ii. Susan Wallingford was born 10 March 1808.

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