Marc Wheat Database

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  • ID: I07805
  • Name: Timothy Bronson
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 6 JAN 1773 in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut
  • Death: UNKNOWN
  • Note:
    !"Pond Collection", Canvass of Families 1813-1816 for town of Whitestown,
    p49. Parts of this collection were found in Oneida Co. and Montgomery Co., NY.
    Information provided by Richard F. Bronson of Spokane, WA.

    This Timothy as father of Timothy is tentative.

    Father: Asa Bronson b: 24 AUG 1742 in Kensington, Hartford, Connecticut
    Mother: Athelred Parker b: 7 SEP 1747

    Marriage 1 Rhoene
      1. Has No Children Marcus Bronson
      2. Has No Children Milo Bronson
      3. Has No Children Charlotte Bronson
      4. Has No Children Serepta Bronson
      5. Has No Children Merab Bronson
      6. Has Children Timothy Brunson b: 1814 in near Utica, Oneida County, New York

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