Need Death Certificate of Benjamin Wilbur of NY. (who m. Philena Kilbourne, b.Hector, Potter, PA on 23 Sept. 1815)?

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The Mayflower Society already has evidenced our 8th Generation, our forefather david Kilbourne to Generation 1 our William White.  And we have provided  almost everything they have asked--only a little more paperwork to procure.  But the thing that is required and that has us stumped for leads in the documentation of the death of the death of Benjamin Wilbur.  A Census Report dated October 1850  reveals foremother Mary Elizabeth Wilbur is one of 6 children, that year, at home with her parents Benjamin Wilbur, age 36, and Philena Wilbur, born Kilbourne/Kilburn, age 34.  Further we have the Death Certificate of Philena, carrier of the MF bloodline, indicating the her father was Benjamin Wilbur and her mother was Philena Kilbourne Wilbur.  We only know that Benjamin's father was also named Benjamin (probably "L") Wilbur and that Benjamin's mother was Elizabeth Love (probably of New York--whether State or City we don't now).  Who can help us ascertain where and when Benjamin Wilbur (Jr.) died and if further possible, where he is buried?  Would love your help!  Barbara Swimelar Kieve (bkieve@mac.com).
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Web,Pennsylvania,Find A Grave.com/CGI ,1682-2012

Ben L Wilber,Buried Westfield,Tioga County,Pennsylvania.

You could contact cemetary,see what records they have.

Check with Pennsylvania on death Cert.
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