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From: "Carol Woodley" <>
Subject: Re: Some Freeman Tidbits
Date: Mon, 12 Jan 1998 09:23:03 -0700
Here we go again. Sorry Linda I just do not know what to do about the
problem of retreving your messages any other way.
> From: Linda Banwarth <>
> To: ""
> Subject: Some Freeman Tidbits
> Date: Monday, January 12, 1998 7:39 AM
>From Deaths in Truro, Cape Cod 1782-1826, Taken From the Diary of Rev.
Jude Damon by John Harvey Treat, Salem Press, 1891. These were the only
Freeman names noted:
Freeman, Dea Joshua, a 79, 22 Sept 1795
Freeman, Edmund, dau of, 11 Jul 1808 (no name given for this daughter)
Also, from a book titled Revolutionary War Pensioners:
(Note: I can't recall exactly when the Pension Act was put into effect,
but I believe it was around 1840 - someone please correct me if I am
wrong - so this gentleman would have been alive at that time and would
have served in the Revolutionary War.)
Nathan Freeman, 78, resided with Stephen R. Freeman, city of Edinburgh,
Portage Co, Ohio (New England researchers should remember that a large
part of Ohio was the Western Reserve of CT and many of the people in
that area were descendants of CT and New England).