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In 1850 IL, Lee, Lee Center is
Francis B. Hamlin 34 M Farmer NY
Eliza 21f NY
Lydia 79 f NY
Francis B. Hamlin (this is also found as Hamblin and other variations) is my
Great Grandfather. Lydia appears likely to be Francis Mother. I believe
that George P. Hamblin (also found as Hamlin etc) who is in ILL, Lee, Harmon
in 1850 is a brother to Francis. Also William H. Hamblin.
George P Hamblin 47 M NY
Mariah (also found as Maria) 37 f NY
Eli 9 m NY
B. Franklin 7 m NY
Martha A 6 f NY
Theodore 3 m NY
Lydia A 8/12 f NY
Also in IL, Lee, Harmon 1850
directly above George P Hamblin
William H Hamblin 37 m Farmer NY
Abagail 31 f NY
Lucy A 7 f NY
Edward L? S? 5 m NY
Arial H 1 m ILL
In 1860 IL, Lee, Lee Center
Francis B. Hamlin 45 M Farmer N.Y
Eliza 31 f N.Y
Orvilla 5 f Ill
Edwin H 3 m Ill
Edwin B 3 m Ill
Evaline 10/12 f Ill
Emily Gunn 1? (10? 16? can't tell what it is)
IN the household above Francis is
George Hamlin 55 m Farmer N.Y
Maria 45 f N.Y
Eli 19 m N.Y
Franklin Hamlin 17 m NY
Theodore 13 m NY
Martha 16 f NY
Lydia 10 f NY
Fred 8 m Ill
I'll stop with the census there.
In order to connect them as brothers I need to somehow figure out who Lydia
was married to. A cemetery listing perhaps. Most likely in Lee, Lee
Center. ? We've followed the families and Francis and George both ended up
in Iowa. George's son Theodore's pension file shows him being born Broome
County NY. I think that George's son Eli was a CW soldier as well and died
Sept 1862 at Nashville, Tenn. of illness. Can anyone help me connect the
dots with more info on Lydia? Maiden name? Burial? We've been searching
for years to try to determine who the father of Francis B. Hamlin/Hamblin is
and be able to connect George and William to Francis B.
Any help very much appreciated.
Barbara Drummer - Iowa
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