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Marriage: Children:
  1. Oliver Culver Scribner: Birth: 1 DEC 1827 in Penfield, Monroe, NY. Death: 2 NOV 1916 in Fairport, (MAYBE), NY

  2. Moses Scribner: Birth: 22 OCT 1831 in , Monroe prob, NY. Death: 23 MAR 1916 in Detroit, (MAYBE), MI

Marriage: Children:
  1. Sarah Jane Scribner: Birth: 22 OCT 1838 in Penfield, Monroe, NY, LDS IGI SaltLake.

  2. Nathan H. Scribner: Birth: 13 DEC 1839 in , Monroe prob, NY. Death: in , Monroe prob, NY, aft 1895

  3. John C. Scribner: Birth: 24 AUG 1841 in Penfield, Monroe, NY. Death: 2 JUL 1923 in , Monroe prob, NY, aft 1895

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: SOURCES: Old Dutch Scribner Bible according to Mrs. Billos below is available in photcopy at N.Y. Gen. and Bio. Library; manuscript done from family bible by Julia Isabelle Scribner born 6 Jun 1873 who married S. Wales Dixon 30 Jun 1897. This copy then transmitted to Evelyn M. Scribner born 12 Feb 1911 dtr of David W. Scribner born 30 Nov 1881 then it was sent to Mrs. Rowena Robinson Billos 29 East cooper Ave Moorestown NJ 08057 who typed it up and sent it (14 Feb 1984) to Patricia J. Gillis Meldrum 167 W. Washington St Romeo MI 48065, who sent it 2 Jun 1993 to me Warren Louis Forsythe; ALSO from Mrs Billos of Moorestown NJ page 97-98 of 1895 "Landmarks of Monroe County NY" apparently a "mug book" of people rather than a geogrpahical book; says: Then, in the 1830 Census of Penfield (NARA Microcopy M-19, Roll 94, Page 3), the male members of his family are: 1 male aged 5-10 (we believe to be John, aged 5), 1 male aged 10-15 (most likely, Philo, aged 11), and 1 male aged 40-50 (Ebenezer). In 1840 (NARA Microcopy M704, Roll 297, Vol. 18, Page 9) the 2 younger males are aged 10-15 and 20-29, respectively. In the 1850 Census [op. cit.], John is 24 and Philo is 31. The only other Scribner family in Penfield at the time is that of Nathan Scribner, originally from Massachusetts. In the 1840 Census (op. cit., page 10), the male members of his family include: 1 male under 5, 3 males aged 5-10, 2 males aged 10-15, and Nathan, aged 50-59. Further, in 1830's Census (op. cit.), there appears a male who, at the time, was aged 20-30. Comparing the above with information about Ebenezer, Philo and John in 1850, and with the information (specifically, names and ages) of those in Nathan's family in 1850, leads to the strong conclusion that Philo and John were not in Nathan's family but were, in reality, the sons of Ebenezer and Selinda. 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.