Note: , New York with a two horse team, sleeping in a covered wagon until their log house was built. After the death of her husband she lived with her son Elisha, who came into possession of his father's farm, which is situated about two miles south of the village of Phelps, New York. This property passed to Elisha's son, Lewis, and now owned by his son Charles.When Lydia Mack married Selah Belden, they both had grown children. He owned a farm six miles south of Phelps, New York, which he sold to her son Ira. After Selah's death Lydia lived with her son Ira, as did her sister Betsey Church.
Note: !In 1789 they removed from Lyme, Connecticut to Conway, Massachusetts and in 1804 to Phelps
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