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From: K Powell <>
Subject: Thomas A PELTON
Date: Sun, 23 May 2004 11:19:40 -0700 (PDT)
Mystery man. Who was he?
I find him first 1820 census at Colchester, Delaware County. He's always amid
my Cook family. I can't find out a thing about him. He may be related to
Hezekiah Pelton but not that I've found.
I think Thomas had at least two sons enumerated at Colchester, Milton born
about 1821 and William H b abt 1830 - still living among Cook (and Sprague)
families. He'd have been born 1790s.
1820 > New York > DELAWARE > COLCHESTER
Series: M33 Roll: 65 Page: 56B
PELTON Thomas A 1---1-|2---1- a son, 2 daughters, parents under 45
1830 U.S. Census New York Delaware Colchester
PELTON Thomas A 13---1-------|--11-1------- 4 sons, 2 dtrs, couple under 40
1840 U.S. Census New York Delaware Colchester
Cook inlaws Francisco, Barnhart, Cole, Gillet have moved in close - but no
Peltons found until the young men, married, on 1850. The Thomas Peltons indexed
(none look likely to me):
Thomas Pelton Granville, Hampden, Massachusetts 1840
Thomas Pelton Washington, Lincoln, Maine 1840
Thomas Pelton Anson, Somerset, Maine 1840
Thomas Pelton District 17, Edgecombe, North Carolina 1840
What do you readers know of Pelton in early Delaware County?
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|Thomas A PELTON by K Powell <>|