Tucker Family Genealogy

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Tracing Rufus Tucker, a Civil War soldier from VT
Tracing Solomon Phillips, a Revolutionary War soldier from Addison County, VT.
Tracing the McLaughlin family from New Hampshire and Vermont
Tracing the Sherman family from England to Massachusetts to Vermont
Tracing the Ayers/Ayres family from Brookfield, MA.
Tracing the Curtis family of Massachusetts and Vermont
Tracing the Woods family of Massachusetts and Barnard, VT.
Many collateral lines

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  • ID: I3200
  • Name: Lydia Ober
  • Surname: Ober
  • Given Name: Lydia
  • Sex: F
  • Birth: 21 Dec 1761 in Salem, Rockingham County, New Hampshire 1 2
  • Death: 8 Jun 1840 in , Sullivan County, New Hampshire 3 4
  • Burial: Old Village Cmtry, Claremont, New Hampshire 5
  • _UID: 2D3A137AF71E8A47BAC5C3493BBDF561B3D3
  • Note:
    LETTER FROM BILL COPLEY: There isn?t anything on David McLaughlin in the pension records, or in the state service records. Lydia?s maiden name was Ober. The pension was through her first husband, Israel Hull, whom she married in 1774, had service from 1777-79, and died during the War. David McLaughlin was her second husband.

    William Copeley, Librarian
    New Hampshire Historical Society
    30 Park Street
    Concord, NH 03301-6384
    603-856-0641 (direct line)

    Two deeds from Woodstock Town Records Volume 8 1821-1826 pg 495-496 - 12 Apr 1825 - I Lydia McLaughlin of Woodstock for the consideration of Thomas McLaughlin supporting me during my natural life I do agree to let the said Thomas have the use occupancy....being the house he now lives in. Volume 9 1826-1831 pg 323 - 15 Apr 1829 - I Lydia McLaughlin for consideration of Amos McLaughlin supporting me during my natural life....I do agree to let said Amos have use & occupancy of 1/2 house and barn Volume 12 1838-1842 pg 349 - 20 Feb 1840 - Lydia McLaughlin of Goshen, country of Sullivan, state of NH for $1.00 releases her interest in land recorded V9 p 322 she holds life estate

    SOURCE:

    1840 Census of Pensioners Revolutionary or Military Services

    ; With the names, ages, and places of residence Returned by the marshalls of the several judicial districts; under The Act for Taking the Sixth Census Lydia McLaughlin 78 Ebenezer Steven Goshen Sullivan
  • Change Date: 29 Apr 2012 at 12:54:06



    Father: Israel Ober
    Mother: Mary Pittman

    Marriage 1 David McLaughlin b: ABT 1752
      Children
      1. Has No Children Patty McLaughlin b: ABT 1773
      2. Has No Children Sarah McLaughlin b: ABT 1779
      3. Has Children Harvey McLaughlin b: ABT 1782
      4. Has Children James McLaughlin b: ABT 1792 in , , New Hampshire
      5. Has Children Betsy McLaughlin b: ABT Apr 1796
      6. Has Children David McLaughlin b: 8 Mar 1797 in New Boston, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
      7. Has No Children Thomas McLaughlin b: 11 Mar 1800 in New Boston, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
      8. Has Children Amos A. McLaughlin b: 24 Mar 1804 in New Boston, Hillsborough, New Hampshire
      9. Has Children Mary McLaughlin

      Marriage 2 Israel Hull

        Sources:
        1. Repository:
            Name: Family History Library
            Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA

          Title: History of Salem, N.H.
          Author: Gilbert, Edgar, compiled and written by
          Publication: Microfilm of original published: Concord, N.H. : Rumford Printing Company, c1907. xiv, 444, 139, 21 p., [178] leaves of p
          Page: pg 45
        2. Title: Birth Records: New Hampshire Birth Records Early to 1900
          Publication: FamilySearch Historical Records Project
          Note: GS Film Number: 1001026
          Digital GS Number: 4244271
          Image Number: 01325

          Birth Recordfor Lydia Ober

        3. Title: Family Records: Pazda, Lisa
          Author: Pazda, Lisa
          Publication: E-mails received from Lisa Pazda over a period of time
          Note: We the undersigned Amos Stevens and Nathaniel T. Cofran both of Goshen, County of Sullivan and state of New Hampshire of lawful age depose and say that Lydia Mclaughlin of said Goshen,state and county aforesaid late a pensioner of the United States on the Roll of the New Hampshire Agency, died on the 8th day of June A.D. 1840 and that she was a pensioner at the time of her death - leaving children and heirs (viz) Harvey Mclaughlin, Sarah M. Mclaughlin, Patty Stevens, Mary Pike, Amos Mclaughlin, Thomas Mclaughlin, Betsy Stevens, David Mclaughlin, and James Mclaughlin. Amos Stevens Nath'l T.Cofran
          Sullivan fs? Apr 21 1842
          sworn & subscribed to before me Daniel M. Smith Justice of the Peace.
          NOTE: Amos Stevens was the son of John Stevens & Betsey (Mclaughlin) Stevens - David & Lydia's daughter.
        4. Title: Probate Records: Sullivan County, New Hampshire
          Author: Clerk of the Court
        5. Title: Grave stone records - from the ancient Cemeteries in the town of Claremont, New Hampshire.
          Author: Spofford, Charles B. (Compiler)
          Publication: Claremont NH George I Putnam 1896
          Note:
          This book is available online at archive.org http://www.archive.org/details/cu31924028812984
          Note: Listed as McLaughlin, Lydia, wife of David. June 8, 1810 78y. (Year contradicts other info)

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