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(from "History of the original town of Concord")

Hannah Nichols

Individual

Born: 18 Feb 1793 in ?

Died: 19 Dec 1870 in Erie County, New York, USA

Father: ?

Mother: ?

Family #1

Spouse/Partner: Joshua Palmerton (1785 – 1870)

Married: 26 Jan 1812 in ?

Child: Joel Palmerton (1814 – 1815)

Child: Eliza Palmerton (1816 – ?)

Child: Elisha Palmerton (1816 – 1849)

Child: Lydia Palmerton (1818 – 1848)

Child: Joshua E. Palmerton (1820 – ?)

Child: Palmerton (1822 – ?)

Child: Joseph A. Palmerton (1824 – ?)

Child: Eunice N. Palmerton (1827 – 1852)

Child: Hannah Palmerton (1829 – 1848)

Child: James W. Palmerton (1831 – 1859)

Child: Mary Palmerton (1836 – ?)

Notes:

By 1870, Joshua and Hannah were living in the home of their daughter Mary and son-in-law Thomas Paxton.

Change Date

This data was last changed on 23 Nov 2007, and is stored in datafile B.

Primary and Secondary Sources

(see About Sources)

1850 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule)
National Archives and Records Administration. [applies to name, birth]
1860 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule)
National Archives and Records Administration. [applies to name, birth]
1870 U.S. Federal Census (Population Schedule)
National Archives and Records Administration. [applies to notes]
History of the original town of Concord
by Erasmus Briggs; Rochester, N.Y.; Union and Advertiser Company's Print; 1883. Subtitle: "Being the present towns of Concord, Collins, N. Collins and Sardinia, Erie County, New York" [applies to name, birth, death, marriage, notes]

Research Notes (source comments, unreliable information)

Was Hannah the daughter of James Nichols (b.3 Aug 1768 in RI; d. 15 Apr 1842 in Danby) and Eunice Cook (b.27 Mar 1773 in Smithfield, RI; d. 31 Oct 1823 in Danby)?

Hannah is buried in the Route 39 Quaker Cemetery, located about .25 miles east of Kerr-Warner Road, in Collins. The date on her headstone may be 18 Dec 1870.