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HELP! Grave has been located flag female ancestor  Relief  CORSON

  (b. 8 November 1830 Canaan, Maine, USA   d. 10 July 1866 Canaan, Maine, USA )  

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Relief CORSON was born 8 November 1830 in Canaan, Maine, USA. Relief CORSON was the child of Moses CORSON   and   Sarah GLEASON and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Isaac CORSON and Cynthia Esther NASON (maternal)  Elijah GLEASON and Relief YOUNG

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Relief  married  Andrew Jackson NELSON .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Andrew Jackson NELSON  was born 5 April 1829 in Canaan, Maine, USA.  Andrew Jackson died 22 February 1894 in Canaan, Maine, USA. 

Relief CORSON died 10 July 1866 in Canaan, Maine, USA.
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Jean Brown’s Paistry Book 1724
  • 1830 Birth
    8 November 1830
    Canaan, Maine, USA
  • Relief CORSON
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    Grave
    Old Village Cemetery Canaan Somerset County Maine, USA
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  • 1866 Death
    10 July 1866
    Canaan, Maine, USA


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Added: 9/11/2016 11:27:06 AM - Updated: 9/29/2017 9:47:45 AM

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