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Braintree, VT

Posted: 963576000000
Classification: Query
Edited: 993325173000
According to Bass, Hist. of Braintree, VT., your William FORD had a sister, Abigail who m. Aaron HARWOOD, son of Samuel and Lydia (Kinney) HARWOOD and had: 1) Abigail, 2) Aaron, 3) Samuel, 4) Benjamin, 5) William, 6) Philander. I haven't attempted to identify Abigail Ford's parents but Aaron Harwood was probably born at Sutton, MA (no birth records located yet for Aaron or any of his siblings) and he was probably b. abt 1780 which would suggest that Abigail Ford was a little young to have been a sister of William, Sr. The daughter, Abigail Harwood, is said to have married a Benjamin FORD (no relationship given) and I don't see him in the section on FORD.


Kay R (View posts)
Posted: 963576000000
Classification: Query
I'm looking for any info on the following Fords(Foords)

William FORD b 1-6-1745 at Stoughton, Mass, d at Braintree VT in 1809,married on 12-4-1767 to Sarah HAYDEN b 1-24-1745, dau. of Jon HAYDEN & Abigail FRENCH. They had:

1. Elisha FORD b. in Orange Co. VT on 3-27-1781, d 12-3-1857,married on 12-8-1808 to Elizabeth VESEY b 12-30-1791, d 12-4-1869, dau. of Benj. VESEY Jr & Elizabeth VESEY.
2. Jonathan
3. Samuel, married Abigail NUTTING
4. William, b. Aug 30, 1770, d. Sept 23, 1830, married 1791 to Elizabeth PARMLY
5. Caleb, b. Oct 14, 1776, d. Aug. 14, 1854, married to Rebecca LAMB
6. Asa, b. 1780
7. Micah, b. July 13, 1786, d. Aug 31, 1873, married Feb 14, 1819 to Sally GOOCH
Posted: 1059060632000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1123170960000
Surnames: Vesey, Veazie, Lamb, Butler, Fantell
Hi Kay,
Your note has several family clues that I'd like to pursue.
I'm looking for information on BENJAMIN VESEY who married EUNICE LAMB. They raised a family in Geauga County, Ohio but indications are they came from Mass to Vt. to Ohio. They both died in early 1800's so I assume they were born in Mass in the mid 1700's. Any clues.
I have a large file of data on the Hayden family from Braintree. I'd be happy to share this with you if you could give me more informatioin on Sarah's ancestry back a generation or two.
Hopefully we can help each other.

Re: Braintree, VT

Posted: 1109905866000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1136225669000
Is Lydia Kinney listed here the daughter of Amos Kinney and Tryphina Chapman m. in Cavendish, Windsor, Vermont? I am Looking for info on These Kinney's related to the Kinney's who ended up in Michiganafter living in Ohio for a while.
the children of Amos Kinney were born in Vermont are listed below

Dennison Kinney
Lydia Kinney
Thervando Kinney
Osia Stillman Kinney b. 1809 vermont
Fernando Stillman Kinney b. may 1 1812 Vermont or NY
Anson Chapman Kinney b. jun 6 1814 Vermont
Arvis Dolphin Kinney b. 1816 Vermont d. nov 26, 1895
Rueben Allen Kinney b. 1818 Vermont
Silas Boin Kinney b. 1820 Vermont
Rhoda Peck Kinney b. 1822 Vermont
Lyda Belinda Kinney b 1824 Vermont
Aaron Josiah Kinney b. 1826 Medina, Ohio

Any help would be appreciated


Re: Braintree, VT

Posted: 1109910589000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1121706338000
Surnames: Kinney, Chapman
I don't have Amos Kinney m. Tryphena Chapman in my database, although I've done a lot of work on the Salem Kinne family. My Lydia Kinney seems to have come from Sutton MA to Braintree VT with husband and two brothers - Nathan & Thomas. None of the Kinneys you mention are known to me and they are not mentioned in Bass, Hist. of Braintree Vt.

Re: Braintree, VT

Posted: 1109922993000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1136225669000
The Amos Kinney I am researching his fathers name was Thomas Kinney. My Amos was b 10-6-1782 Andover, Essex County, Mass. He then moved to Vermont.

Re: Braintree, VT

Posted: 1357068726000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Kinney; Chapman; Fetterman; Utter; Peck
Hi! The lists of Kinney family members are ALL my very own. To find out more, e-mail me at

Try going to's WC (Worldwide Connect) in order to search for a gencom file and use KINNEY as your surname and Amos as Given (also Tryphina as his SPOUSE, dont use Chapman because it might obstruct the search routine).
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