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Abraham Daniel Letts

Barbara Lewis (View posts)
Posted: 15 Feb 2001 9:59AM GMT
Barbara, have just found your message about the Daniel Letts you are researching. Daniel Letts first wife Suzanna (no last name known) married 11/28/1816 born 5/5/1799 Seneca County New York, died 12/1827 New York. children of first marriage Edward Letts b.10/4/1820 Seneca Co., d.6/21/1881,Gratiot Co.Mich.; Edward Letts b.1/11/1818Seneca Co NY,d.same day; Elizabeth Jane Letts,b.11/7/1819; Sarah Ann Letts b.4/14/1822,d.11/15/1882; Daniel George Letts b.7/9/1825,d.unknown; William Letts b.2/15/1827,d.8/13/1827 Seneca Co.; Daniel Sears b.1828 Seneca Co.NY,d.2/28/1875 Clinton Co.Mich. 2nd.wife, my great gr. grandmother, Suzanne Maybee, m.Daniel 1832 Seneca Co.NY; 1st born Nicholas b.1/22/1834 Seneca Co.NY, d.9/20/1867 clinton Co. Mich.; Mary Letts b.12/15/1836 Seneca Co NY, d.1/31/1865 Elsie MI, Clinton Co.Mich.; Nelson Fort Letts b.10/12/1839 Seneca Co., NY, d.12/18/1864 of disease serving in Mi.1st. Calvery Civil War. buried in Elsie Village Cemetery Clinton Co. Mich.; Abner Maybee Letts b.4/28/1843 Farmington Seneca Co. NY, d.5/15/1933 buried Riverside Cemetery, Clinton Co., Elsie, MI., also serv. 5 yrs. in Mi. 1st Calvery, Civil War, survived many battles including Gettysburg, Wilderness, Cold Harbor and Bloody Angle. Served under General Custer;he is my great grandfather;Horace G. Letts b.7/1/1846, Seneca Co NY, d.12/16/1911, Suzanne Letts b.6/18/1848, Seneca Co. NY, d. 9/22/1852, Elsie Village Cemetery, Clinton Co. MI.; James P. Letts b.11/8/1850, Clinton Co. MI. d.9/23/1852 buried Elsie Village Cemetery Clinton Co. MI.; Susan Letts b.4/26/1853 Elsie Clinton Co. MI. buried Elsie Village Cemetery, d.within year of birth. It is believed by substantial verbal history Daniel Letts had a brother named Abraham born in approx. 1783. I have tried to find the parents of Daniel and Abraham through the NY and N Jersey census records but I have not found proof to link them. Have lots more investigative work to do. If this puzzle is solved it will have to be done by us the living relatives. professional geneology research people in the past have failed. I feel the answer to the riddle lies in a small church somewhere in NY or NJ that our anchesters belonged to at the time of their children's birth. These were Christian people and although there might not be public record there has to be some church records or living family history left that has been passed down from other branches of the family. That all I have time for now. Thank you for answering my posting. Larry
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Lawrence E. Letts 5 Jun 2000 7:18PM GMT 
Elsie Saar 21 Jul 2000 6:34AM GMT 
Barbara Lewis 31 Aug 2000 4:01PM GMT 
Barbara Lewis 15 Feb 2001 4:59PM GMT 
Rodger Ibach 30 Jan 2003 6:08PM GMT 
fhc3371778 30 Jan 2003 8:50PM GMT 
bikermickau 2 May 2007 3:47PM GMT 
Genie1217 18 Apr 2010 11:40PM GMT 
rjletts 8 Aug 2013 3:34AM GMT 
JaneAbsalom 24 May 2014 7:28PM GMT 
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