|Husband: Ebenezer WASHBURN|
|Name:||Susannah WASHBURN |
|Born:||9 Sep 1770||at:||, , New York|
|Married:||1788||at:||, Putnam, New York|
|Died:||4 May 1839||at:||Vernon, Sussex, New Jersey|
Ebenezer Washburn was born Sept. 13, 1746 in New Milford, Ct. His wife's name was Mary_____. Ebenezer was in the Rev. war in Cpt.Meads Co. 1777. Went over to the British side after 1778. Arrived in Annapolis from NY on Two Friends July 30, 1784. Ebenezer, 9 in all, answered muster roll at Annapolis Digby Twp, believed to have settled in Clements, Annapolis Co. Mar. 8, 1786. 1787,1788 & 1797 sold land Gullivers Hole & Digby Neck. [found on the Digby Co. Nova Scotia website posted by Billie Mumma]
From the History of Andes, by Oscar Nichols, posted on the Delaware Co. History and Genealogy site:
It was during the revolutionary period and in the following years that the first permanent settlements began. According to various authorities, the years 1781 to 1784 mark the date of these pioneer movements. At about this time several families, making their way up the East branch of the Delaware river, located at the place now known as Shavertown. These families included John, Jacob and Philip Shaver (hence the name). They had migrated from Dutchess county, while Philip Barndardt had come to this district from Schoharie county. These names, like those which follow, serve to indicate the nationality of the early settlers. A few years later other individuals began to direct their way along the smaller branches of the river. These branches afforded the natural paths along which the invasion into the unknown territory should be conducted. Thus we learn of Robert Nicholson who made his home about 1790 up the Tremperskill, the small stream joining the East Branch at Shavertown. To the same neighborhood came Thomas More, James Phenix, Elijah Olmsted, Joseph Erskine, Silas Parish, E. WASHBURN and Eli Sears, names, many of which are familiar in the county annals.
From the Washburne family in America, vol. 1: "A Tory like some of his brothers, he left the U.S. after the Revolution, arriving in Annapolis Co., Nova Scotia, in 1782 with five children moe than 8 yrs. old and two children younger than 8. Many other immigrants to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick at this time were Empire Loyalists [Tories], generally from the area around Dutchess Co., N.Y., and Ebenezer would fit this description. Other descendants of Ebenezer report that he came to Picton, Ontario in 1784, and some descendants have been there ever since. Perhaps most ofo his children spent time in Ontario. Picton is on Prince Edward Island in lake Ontario, and is about 100 miles west of Stephen Washburn's family at Brockville and Lansdowne, Ontario. He returned to the U.S. 6 Aug. 1801, entering the port of Philadelphia from the ship "Industry", and settled in Delaware Co., N.Y. near his brother JONATHAN. He resided there in 1810."
1800 census, Middletown, Delaware Co., N.Y.:
2 males <10, 2 males 10-15, 1 male 16-25, 1 male >45.
1 female <10, 1 female 10-15, 2 females 16-25, 1 female >45.
1810 census, Middletown, Delaware Co., N.Y.:
1 male 10-15; 1 male 10-25; 1 male over 45; 1 female 10-15; 1 female 26-45; 1 female over 45
 Alternate birth date 9/17/1770
|Husband: William MANNING|
|Born:||1592||at:||Braintree, Essex, England|
|Married:||ABT 1635||at:||Cambridge, , Massachusetts|
|Died:||1665||at:||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts|
|Spouses:||Hannah , Susannah , Elizabeth|
|Born:||at:||, , , England|
|Died:||16 Oct 1650||at:||, , Massachusetts|
 To Cambridge in 1634
 Torrey says married in England
|Husband: Joseph ROOT|
|Born:||1640||at:||Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut|
|Married:||1692||at:||, , Massachusetts|
|Died:||19 Apr 1711||at:||Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts|
|Spouses:||Hannah HAYNES , Mary HOLTON|
|Wife: Mary HOLTON|