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Curtis Harding was born on 6 Aug 1812. He died on 28 Dec 1890. He was buried in Clark Cem., Orcutts/Noxen, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. He married Martha Parrish in Pennsylvania.

Martha Parrish [Parents] was born on 20 Jul 1812. She died on 31 Jul 1845 in Pennsylvania. She was buried in Aug 1845 in Orcutts Cem., Noxen, Wyoming County, , Pennsylvania. She married Curtis Harding in Pennsylvania.

William C. Mullison [Parents] was born on 9 Apr 1817. He died on 31 Dec 1885 in Pennsylvania. He was buried in 1886 in Forty Fort Cem., Forty Fort, Luzerne County, , Pennsylvania. He married Elizabeth Parrish.

Elizabeth Parrish [Parents] was born on 24 Jul 1817. She died on 13 Jun 1887 in Pennsylvania. She was buried in Jun 1887 in Forty Fort Cem., Forty Fort, Luzerne County, , Pennsylvania. She married William C. Mullison.

They had the following children:

  F i Lucinda Carver Mullison

Elihu Williams Parrish Jr. [Parents] was born on 25 Aug 1820. He died on 17 Jul 1893. He married Eleanor Frear.

E. W. PARRISH, farmer, P. O. Idetown, was born in Wyoming county (then a part of Luzerne) near Evans Falls, August 25, 1820, a son of Elihu and Elizabeth (Pierce) Parrish, the former born in Connecticut, the latter in Plymouth. Elihu was a son of Capt. Ebenezer Parrish, of Revolutionary fame, who served faithfully all through the Revolutionary struggle for independence and equal rights. After a life of usefulness and loyalty, he died at the advanced age of eighty-eight years. His son, Elihu, began business in Kingston as an agriculturist, on a farm of 180 acres, and was a man of influence and worth in his day. He was honored with the office of squire for about twelve years, being appointed by the Governor, a practice that was prevalent in those days. He was born in 1780 and died in 1837. His family, by two marriages, numbered seven children, three of whom are now living. The subject of this sketch is the fourth by the first marriage. He was reared and educated at Evans Falls, Wyoming county, and in early life learned the millwright's trade, at which he worked only a short time, his preference being for operating mills rather than building them. He followed the vocation of sawyer for twenty-six years, confining himself to lumbering in some capacity all his life. He moved from Wyoming county to Luzerne in 1883, locating on the near approach to that beautiful sheet of water "Harvey's Lake". He owns a farm of thirty-six acres of fertile land, and in his management of it proves himself a practical farmer. Since his residence in the county he has been honored with several town offices which he has filled with credit to himself and the satisfaction of his fellow citizens. On October 28, 1841, Mr. Parrish, at the age of twenty-one, married Miss Eleanor, daughter of Rev. Abraham and Betsy Frear. Of this marriage were born twelve children, nine of whom grew to maturity, and of whom the following are now living: Edith H., who married Edwin Cook, a farmer; Margaret E., who married John Surben, a farmer; Mary E., who married Michael Reilly; C. V., who married Miss Annie Tannery; Lydia A., who married J. A. Headsel; Alice J., who married James P. Fisher; Ruth E., who married E. W. Terrel, and E. R., unmarried. Mrs. Elearnor Parrish died April 3, 1889, at the age of sixty-nine. Rufus F., a deceased son, served in the army; first, in the three months' service in which he was wounded, and after his discharge he re-enlisted, this time in Company F, Fifty-third Pennsylvania Volunteers, was captured at Weldon Railroad, and finally died in Salisbury (N.C.) prison.

Eleanor Frear [Parents] was born on 21 May 1820. She died on 2 Apr 1889. She married Elihu Williams Parrish Jr..

They had the following children:

  M i Rufus Franklin Parrish was born on 4 May 1844. He died on 3 Dec 1864 in Salisbury Mil., PRison, Salisbury, Md.
  F ii Edith Helen Parrish was born on 12 Apr 1846. She died on 27 Jan 1910.
  F iii Margaret Elizabeth Parrish was born on 14 May 1848. She died on 25 Mar 1899.
  F iv Alice B. Parrish was born in 1852. She died in 1852.
  F v Mary Eletta Parrish was born on 14 Aug 1854. She died on 17 Jan 1911.
  M vi Charles Victor Parrish was born on 5 Apr 1853.
  F vii Lydia Agnes Parrish was born on 31 Mar 1855. She died on 24 Feb 1887.
  M viii Abraham Parrish was born in 1857. He died in 1858.
  F ix Almira Parrish was born on 31 Dec 1858. She died on 21 Feb 1895.
  F x Ruth Emerett Parrish was born on 21 Oct 1860.
  M xi Edwin Randolph Parrish was born on 1 Apr 1863.

Charles Burns Parrish [Parents] was born on 10 Jan 1832. He married Olive Shaffer.

Olive Shaffer.Olive married Charles Burns Parrish.

Charick Dewitt.Charick married Eleanor M. Parrish.

Eleanor M. Parrish [Parents] was born on 4 Jul 1834. She died on 19 Jan 1882. She married Charick Dewitt.

Rollin Sturdevant.Rollin married Sarah J. Parrish.

Sarah J. Parrish [Parents] was born on 14 Jun 1835. She died on 1 Jan 1904. She married Rollin Sturdevant.

Joseph Smith.Joseph married Mary Cornell.

Mary Cornell.Mary married Joseph Smith.

They had the following children:

  F i Nancy (Nina) or Elizabeth Smith

John Wilse Wilsey Wiltse Sr. [Parents] was born about 1740 in of Egg Harbor, , New Jersey. He died about 1797. He married Deborah Smith.

Moved to White Co., IL in 1819.

Ancestery line from John W. Epley, 807 Thayer Street, Plymouth, IN 46563-2858 46563-2858

Deborah Smith was born in , , New York. She married John Wilse Wilsey Wiltse Sr..

They had the following children:

  M i John S. Wilsey Jr.
  M ii Martin Wilsey or Wiltse was born about 1760.
  M iii Cornelius Wilsey or Wiltse
  M iv Sim(e)on Wilsey or Wiltse Sr.??

Hiram Carter [Parents] was born on 18 Jul 1771 in Lancaster, Worcester County, Mass.. He was christened on 28 Jul 1771 in Lancester, Worcester, Mass.. He died on 30 Jan 1863 in South Auburn, Susquehanna County, , Pennsylvania. He was buried on 1 Feb 1863 in South Auburn, Susquehanna County, , Pennsylvania. He married Hannah Daly or Daily in Jan 1801 in South Auburn, Susquehanna County, , Pennsylvania.

Said to have come to South Auburn, Susquehanna Co., PA in June 1805. Information from Judith S. Wilkins, 4420 Loren Von Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84124.

Auburn, post office from 12 Dec 1832 to 31 Dec 1907 (mail routed through Meshoppen P.O.). First settled in 1805 by Thomas Wheeler and Hiram Carter, both of Wyoming Co., PA. The first goods were sold out of a boxcar by a man named Baker. Pop. 50 in 1900.

Hannah Daly or Daily [Parents] was born on 11 Oct 1781 in , Pennsylvania. She died on 2 Jan 1862 in South Auburn, Susquehanna County, , Pennsylvania. She was buried in Jan 1862 in South Auburn, Susquehanna County, , Pennsylvania. She married Hiram Carter in Jan 1801 in South Auburn, Susquehanna County, , Pennsylvania.

They had the following children:

  M i John Carter was born in 1801 in poss., Susquehanna County, , Pennsylvania. He was buried in , , New York.
  M ii Jonas Carter
  M iii Theron B. Carter
  M iv Samuel Carter
  M v Daniel Carter
  M vi Harry H. Carter
  F vii Hannah E. Carter
  M viii David C. Carter
  F ix Abagail Ann Carter
  F x Harriette Carter

Colvin Dailey [Parents] was born about 1782 in Pennsylvania. He married Mary Jenkins about 1800.

Mary Jenkins [Parents] was born about 1782. She married Colvin Dailey about 1800.

Living in Tunk. Twp. July 17, 1813

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