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  1. Nathaniel Capt. Rev. War Scribner: Birth: 23 DEC 1743 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, vital record. Death: 1799 in Louisville, on a trip, GA, do horseShopping

  2. Matthew Rev. Scribner: Birth: 7 FEB 1746 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, vital record. Death: ABT 7 JAN 1813 in Tyngsboro, Middlesex, MA

  3. Martha Scribner: Birth: 20 FEB 1748 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, vital record.

  4. Enoch Ens. Ensign Scribner: Birth: 29 AUG 1750 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Conneccticut, vital record. Death: 21 SEP 1816 in Saugatuck, , CT

  5. Elijah Scribner: Birth: 25 JUN 1753 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Conneccticut, vital record. Death: 5 JUN 1775 in Rev.War battle, Saint John, NB, Canada

  6. Jeremiah Scribner: Birth: 15 DEC 1755 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, vital record. Death: 6 AUG 1780

  7. Keziah "Kezie" Scribner: Birth: 20 JAN 1758 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Connecticut, vital record. Death: ABT 6 DEC 1791 in Ridgefield, Fairfield, CT, assertedly

  8. probable descendants Scribner: Birth: ABT 1760 in probably either, , CT, NY.

  9. Abigail Scribner: Birth: 9 NOV 1760 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Conneccticut, vital record.

  10. Elizabeth Scribner: Birth: 10 DEC 1763 in Norwalk, Fairfield, Conneccticut, vital record.

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

a. Note:   AFN: - - Eugene Jackson's database ezrascribner at Feb2007version He cites his sources: A very accurate and comprehensive Scribner source for me was Albert Scribner of Darien, CT. Sadly, he died in the mid-1990's. Albert left an enormous legacy - 14 or so large paper charts of the Loyalist Scribners. Albert spent many years researching in the States and in NB.The charts are on file at the public library in Saint John, NB. You could visit that library and make copies, but you don't need to - I have incorporated all of his data into the Scribner file which I posted at RootsWeb. [ under family trees] ; SOURCES: KIDS: Abraham and Matthew added here because they fit nowhere else well. They were (also Jared added for same reasons) usually listed as kids of John's father Benjamin, but recent complete lists of his kids leave no room for them to be kids there. Abraham and Benjamin might more likely be kids of Joseph Scrivener b. Sep 1692, but I've seen no evidence of Joseph's survival to adulthood nor marriage. If I had seen such evidence I would have put Abraham and Matthew as his kids because they both married and had first children apparently in 1740's--which really does not fit in with being kids of Benjamin and Hannah (crampton) Scrivener--such late marriages are seen occasionally but not usually two brothers both marrying so late as only know male children in their family! So I was left with John Scrivener b. 1684 as most likely father of Abraham and Matthew. This family is JUST A PLACEHOLDER FOR THEM AND THEIR DESCENDANTS until further evidence is found; GENERAL SOURCES: Charles Sinnett ca. 1920 History of the Scribner Families in America copy found 1991-1992 in Maine State Archives; family group sheets from: (in1994) Leone Jamieson 1113 Stymie Close, Qualicum Beach, BC V9K 1E4 Canada; (in 1994) Debra M. Lyddon MD 1510 S.88th St, Omaham NE 68124-1345; Leone mentioned the following sources: Gen. Register Norwalk CT p.189, p.233.; Hist and Gen of Families of Old Fairfield CT p.824,825 The Scribner Family p.440-443; The Children of Zaccheus Scribner compiled by John C. Pearson, 1574 E 108 St Clerveland OH; "Norwalk" CT p.105, 200, 426-430 and index; Directory of New England Families; email july 2003 scribner mill in eldorado Wis commemoration james k. scribner b. about 1830 maybe in west port CT d. eldorado Wis. and they have ancestral data on james k's ancestry asserted back to matthew scribenr of CT contact marcie waterworth twaterworth(at) ; - 2013 book Volume 11 eleven of book: Settlers of the Beekman Patent By Frank J Doherty pub. By New England Historic Genealogical Society - SEE pages 391 - 402 entitled "The Scribner Family" Extensive original documents from 1700s etc are cited and explained! ; SAYS a Matthew Scribner sued in court 1 Jan 1771 Dutchess Co NY and won case; is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.