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  1. reportedly kin here Scribner: Birth: ABT 1770 in Wilton, Fairfield, Connecticut, reportedly.

  2. Ebenezer (namesake:Ebenezer Allen=mat.grandpa) Scribner: Birth: 1774 in Wilton, Fairfield, Connecticut. Death: 1 MAR 1850 in Wilton, Fairfield, Connecticut, of there

  3. Benjamin Scribner: Birth: 7 OCT 1775 in of, Fairfield, Connectcut. Death: 12 MAY 1851 in probably, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States

1. Title:   GEDCOM file submitted by myself ildau forsythe (at), & new data may be up&downloaded from Imported on 10 December 2015.

a. Note:   !Evidence is stronger that Deborah Allen married Stephen Scribner Jr born ca 1740-1743 of Norwalk, Fairfield, CT (i.e. his father Stephen Scribner Sr born ca 1712 did NOT marry Deborah) see where it says "Rank of Private(2nd Regiment - 5th Company) French & Indian Wars 1762 " The American Genealogical Biographical Index about Stephen Scribner says born 1740 birthplace CT Volume 155 page 165 Rolls of CT men in Rev War. SO I, FORSYTHE, WILL SWITCH TO THIS 1740 BIRTHDATE NOW. Actual marriage records for Greens Farms CT, now Westport,Fairfield,CT -- in marriages by Hezekiah Ripley "Stephen Scribner of Norwalk & Deborah Allen, March 22" Since the marriages were for the above town and groom was not form there, the bride should be assumed to be in 1768 of Westport, Fairfield Co. CT and she was born on 8 Oct 1744 birthdate & calls the place Fairfield, Fairfield Co., CT; - THE ALLEN DESCENDANCY shows Deborah Allen's child Benjamin Scribner born 7 Oct 1775 and lists her husband as the younger Stephen Scribner born ca 1743 on that above website, NOTE THAT DEBORAH'S father is Ebenezer Allen, PROBABLY THE NAMESAKE FOR HER PROBABLE SON EBENEZER sCRIBNER BORN 1774, compiled here because ebenezer's oldest son was STEPHEN (There are only 2 Stephen Scribner names before 1802 in CT, beside 3 above) Residence: 1769 Bedford, NY 1 Residence: 1772 Norwalk, Fairfield, CT 1 Abbrev: Families of Old Fairfield Title: Jacobus, Donald Lines, compiler and editor, <i>History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield</i>;(Baltimore, Genealogical Pub. Co., 1976; orig. pub 1932. Page: v. 2, part 1, p. 19 Abbrev: Families of Old Fairfield Title: Jacobus, Donald Lines, compiler and editor, <i>History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield</i>;(Baltimore, Genealogical Pub. Co., 1976; orig. pub 1932. Page: v. 2, part 2, p. 825 ; ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 25 Apr 2014 from WarrenForsythe -  genealogy125 (at)   This is a P.S. to my own treeposted at <u> </u>  BTW at and in 25 Apr 2014 email from Diane Deputy – dianedeputy (at) - CONCERNING Father in law of Stephen Scribner Jr (1740 CT-  ): i.e. Ebenezer Allen SR (1704-1780) AND HIS CHILDREN, i.e. Deborah (Allen)Scribner born 1744 and her siblings: +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ the following set of two Fairfield Co Connecticut documents (first a short one from 1769, and then a longer one with disputed interpretationfrom 1759/60)  +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 1769 [recorded 1792] Ebenezer Allen, Jr and Moses Allen of Fairfield, andStephen Scribner and Deborah his wife, and Peter Moseman and Thankful his wifeof Bedford, conveyed right in homestead of father Ebenezer Allan which belongsto us by our mother Deborah [Bennett] Allen dec'd. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Today, I looked up my original records from, “The History &Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield” by Donald Lines Jacobus. I hadforgotten that Mr. Jacobus had also assumed that Martha Allen was the wife ofEbenezer Allen. He was such an excellent researcher, that we shouldn’t feelbadly about reaching the same conclusion. Looking back, I remember years agoreading my records over and over, but something didn’t feel quite right, untilfinally I realized the truth!  Martha was not his wife! And then Isearched until I found she was his sister! They were the only two single youngadult children of Ebenezer – except the three who were too young.  Yourquote stated the same[ erroneous] conclusion Mr. Jacobus had reached, [asexplained below]: ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++=++++ Thank you for someadditional detailed information on Stephen Scribner, Jr. I am enclosing a copyof the 1759 document you mention concerning, Allen & Jenkins. Note; theactual wording of this document does NOT designate Martha Allen as Ebenezer’sfirst wife! (It was my first assumption too). Actually, the only Martha Allen Icould find was;  Martha Allen, born 19 Aug 1737, the unmarried eldersister of Ebenezer Allen[Jr.], born 21 Jul 1739, both were born in Fairfield,Fairfield, CT!        Evidently theirfather, Ebenezer Allen had given them a piece of his land - or else was ill atthe time and not up to conducting business. The two older children of Ebenezer& Deborah Allen were already married before 1759 – 1. Sarah Allen,born 3 Aug 1732, married abt 1756, Wm Jenkins; 2. Samuel Allen, born 10 Aug1734, married, 17 Jan 1757, Eunice Nichols; 3. Martha Allen, born 19 Aug 1737,single in 1759; 4. Ebenezer Allen, born 21 Jul 1739, single in 1759, marriedlater- 16  Feb 1764, another Sarah Allen (dau of John Allen & SarahBennett). The last three children of Ebenezer & Deborah Allen were; 5.Moses, born 27 Sep 1742; 6. Deborah Allen, born 8 Oct 1744, and 7. ThankfulAllen, born 20 Jul 1748, who were all younger and married later. (I have thisinfo,  if needed) Hope this helps solve theproblem!     Let me know -  Thanks,   dianedeputy (at)   15 Feb 1759 - Fairfield County, Connecticut, Deeds; To all People to whom these Presents shall come  Greeting Know ye that We EBENEZER ALLEN and MARTHA ALLEN both of Fairfield, in theCounty of Fairfield   and WILLIAM JENKINS and his WIFE SARAH both of Norwalk in said County for the Consideration of fifteen Pounds lawfullMoney received to our full Satisfaction of JOSEPH DISBROW of said Fairfield, dogive grant bargain sell and confirm unto the said Joseph Disbrow and to hisheirs & assigns a certain Parcel of Land lying in sd Fairfield Situate inthe second Division in the Hapeebey? Meadow Brook so called in Quantity of fiveacres and begins and adjoins  East to a narrow highway of one Rod and ahalf width running between this land and the said DISBROW'S land, Northerly on sd DISBROW'S Land   Southerly by Land of THOMASBENNIT  Westerly on Land of sd EBEN, MARTHA, WILLIAM & SARAH. To have and to hold the above granted and bargained Premises with theAppurtuances thereof unto him the said JOSEPH DISBROW his heirs and assignsforever to his & their own proper Use and Behoof. And also we the sd EBENr, MARTHA, WILLIAM & SARAH  do for ourselves and Heirs Exex'rs andAdm'r covenant with ye said JOSEPH DISBROW his Heirs & Assigns that at anduntill the Ensealing of these Presents  We are well Seized of the Premisesas a good indefeasable Estate in Fee Simple and have good Right to bargain andsell the same in Manner and Form as is above written and that the same is freeof all Incumbrances whatsoever.  And furthermore we the said  EBEN'r,MARTHA, WILL'M & SARAH  do by these Presents bind ourselves and Heirsforever to warrant and defent the above granted and bargained Premises to himthe sd JOSEPH DISBROW his Heirs & Assigns against all Claims and Demandswhatsoever.  In Witness whereof we have hereunto set our Hands & SealsYe fifteenth Day of Febry in ye 32'd  Year of the Reign of our SovereignLord George ye 2nd of  Great Britain & a King Anno Domini1759.                                                     /s/ EBENEZER ALLEN, seal    /s/ MARTHA her X mark ALLEN, seal                                                                   /s/WILLIAM JENKINS, seal     /s/ SARAH her X mark JENKINS,SEAL Signed, Sealed & Delived in the Presence of; Ebenezer Andres, SarahAndres  A true copy of ye Orig'l recorded; Feby 15, 1759.  J. D.Burr, Regis. Fairfield County on ye Date above personally appeared EBEN ALLEN, MARTHAALLEN, WILL'M & SARAH JENKINS  Signers and Sealers of foregoingInstrument and acknowledged ye same to be their free Act & Deed before me--                                                                                                                                  /s/Sam'l Therwood, Justice,Ps.                (Fairfield County, Connecticut, Deeds; Vol 13, Pg 332) -------------------------------------------------------------   - ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ - version of 22 Feb 2007; - !2010 posted website by vejackson (at) - posted - it says Stephen Scribner Jr born ca 1743 was by 1762 a Private in militia. And further it compiles that soldier as the Stephen Scribner who married Deborah Allen 1768/9 in Greenfarms(Westport),Fairfield Co, CT and had son Benjamin Scribner 1775; - is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. 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