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EASLAND (see Easling), Anne, d. James and Deborah, Sept. 7, 1791.
Betsey, d. John and Rachel, Oct. 12, 1798.
Catherine, d. John and Sally, Mar. 1, 1808. Deborah, d. James and
Deborah, Jan. 12, 1805. Eliza, d. James and Deborah, Aug. 4, 1793
Fanny Mariah, d. John Jr. and Sophronia, Sept. 12, 1820.
Francis, s. James and Deborah, Sept. 29, 1796.
George, s. John and Sally, Nov. 23, 1812.
Hannah, d. James and Deborah, Nov. 1, 1790.
Hendrick, s. John and Sally, Sept. 20, 1806.
James, s. James and Deborah, Aug. 17, 1802.
Jerome, s. Francis 2d and Mariah, July 5, 1821.
John, Mar. 11, 1756. P.R.I.
John Jr., Nov. 12, 1794. P.R.I.
John Bradford, s. John Jr. and Sophrona, Aug. 18, 1819.
John George, s. James and Deborah, Jan. 11, 1799.
Peter, s. John and Sally, Sept. 3, 1810.
Sally, d. James and Deborah, Dec. 22, 1794
Sally Webb, Aug. 25, 1771. P.R.I. William, s. John and Sally, Sept. 30, 1804.

EASLING (see Easland), Tryphena, d. John and Rachel, Sept. 13, 1796. [Tryphena Easland, P.R.I.]

EDWARDS, Elisha Orsbun, s. Gamaliel and Clymene, Apr. 26, 1799
Harvey, s. Gamaliel and Clymene, Sept. 22, 1793, in Richmond.
Laura Mori, d. Gamaliel and Clymene, Apr. 13, 1809.
Orlando, s. Gamaliel and Clymene, Feb. 15, 1796.
William, s. Gamaliel and Clymene, Oct. 1, 1802.

EGGLESTON, Artemesia Marietta, d. Samuel and Marietta, Nov. 2, 1827.
Egbert Tayler, s. Samuel and Marietta, Feb. 26, 1830.

EVARTS, Amanda Redfield, d. Augustus and Sarah, Mar. 4, 1800.
Claudius Lucius, s. Isaac and Betsey, Jan. 6, 1804.
Ebenezer Bishop, s. Augustus and Sarah, Mar. 31, 1797.
Eliza Richardson, d. Augustus and Sarah, July 27, 1798.
Washington, s. Augustus and Sarah, June 24, 1802.

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