Note: [ralphroberts.ged] [919019.ged] !de Cou, Frances Branson, DESCENDANTS AND ANCESTORS OF GEORGE DE COU AND MARGARET HASKELL DANIELS DE COU, pub. W. Hartford, CT, 1970. p.Sec C-8b. !Stebbins, Judy J., GUIDE TO THE PAINSVILLE, OH, TELEGRAPH NEWSPAPER, 1822-1829. ABSTRACTS AND INDEXES, c. 1982. pub by Genealogical Research Co., Willoughby, OH. Page 242: Issue date Tues Sept 22, 1829, page 2, c3, Election Notice....for commissioner: Scribner Huntoon. page 243: Issue Date Tuesday Oct 6, 1829, Election Nitoce for commissioner--Scribner Huntoon, John P. Converse p., 3, c-5. Per Upton, Harriet Taylor, HISTORY OF THE WESTERN RESERVE, Vol III, 1910, FHLC US/CAN 977.13 H2u, p. 1673, Polly Huntoon was born in NH, dau. of Scribner Huntoon who settled in Concord, Lake County, OH in 1817. !Death: Lake County, OH, Will Book Vol. B, FHLC #974903. P. 193. Will dated 22 Oct 1860. Presented to court 5 Dec 1865. Painsville Voting Registers, 1807-1866, FHLC #877767, Poll Book, Oct. 1819, Painesville, voter number 80 is Scribner Huntoon. THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY, LAKE COUNTY, OHIO, Fall, 1959, #1, Bicentenniel Edition, FHLC US/CAN 977.1334 H2h, as part of article entitled "LeRoy Township." p. 236. "The family of Isaac Woodard ....and his wife nee Hannah Huntoon, and family came from Senapee Lake, N.H. and settled in Leroy. Traveling with the Woowards were Hannah's brothers, Scribner and Corbin Huntoon who settled in Concord." !Marriage: Intention of Marriage by Scribner Huntoon and Hannah Young both of Wendell hath been published as the Law directs. Wendell May 18th 1807 Nath. Perkins, Town Clerk. VITAL RECORDS OF SUNAPEE, SULLIVAN CO., NH, vol. I 1778-1844, FHLC #0015322, p. 865.
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