Any assistance finding Lewis Tibbals, Genesee, Monroe County NY (1789-187?) parents please?

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Several census, 1812 war documents/land warrant and Rochester Telegraph marriage entry list Lewis was born in Connecticut, but do not list parents. A couple articles say Lewis dad served in Rev. War

Pages are Tibbals-88 and 20 (2014), also need to merge pages. Thanks for any help...Les Tibbals
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Lewis Tibbles

United States Census, 1860

Name Lewis Tibbles
Event Type Census
Event Date 1860
Event Place Avon, Oakland, Michigan, United States
Gender Male
Age 71
Race White
Birth Year (Estimated) 1789
Birthplace Connecticut
Page 44

Household

Role

Gender

Age

Birthplace

Lewis Tibbles   M 71 Connecticut
Betsey Tibbles   F 68 Connecticut
Truman Tibbles   M 25 Michigan
Elizabeth Tibbles   F 17 New York
Harriet Tibbles   F 22 New York
Lewis Tibbles   M 6 Michigan
Frank Tibbles   M 4 Michigan
Alice Tibbles   F 2 Michigan
Oscar Perry   M 23 New Jersey

There are very many with the Tibbals surname buried at MIlford Cemetery, Milford, New Haven, CT. 

Lewis Tibbals

Birth: unknownDeath: Jun. 10, 1872image
Age 65 yrs. 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Sarah Tibbals (____ - 1877)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 Burial:
Milford Cemetery 
Milford
New Haven County
Connecticut, USA
Plot: Sec. H
GPS (lat/lon): 41.22612, -73.0507 
Created by: Greenie
Record added: Sep 11, 2015 
Find A Grave Memorial# 152192910

Lewis Tibbals
Added by: kfpatrick
 
Lewis Tibbals
Cemetery Photo
Added by: Rebecca

1 Answer

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Published June 17, 1911

TIBBALS.

Betsey King (daughter of Thomas I.), married Lewis Tibbals.

Issue.

1. Bradford King Tibbals

2. Perthenia.

3. Betsey.

4. Benjamin, died in 1845-46.

5. Barnabas.

6. Benonia.

7. Thomas.

8. Truman, born November 8, 1833.

 

* Source : http://mcnygenealogy.com/bios/biographies044.htm

* Source :

The genealogies on this page came from a newspaper column titled "Early Rochester Family Records" which ran in the Rochester Post-Express from July 9, 1910 to Apr. 13, 1912. The author, Anah Babcock Yates, was one of the founders of the Rochester Historical Society and an active member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She also was state genealogist of the New York Historical Society for many years. She died in August 1932.

Mrs. Yates was a good genealogist but she didn't include many references. You should check for primary sources to verify this information.

There are 2 scrapbooks with these newspaper columns pasted into them at the Rochester Public Library. One version is online here. It is missing random articles and the last 9 months of articles in the series. It also contains Mrs. Yates' handwritten corrections to the published articles.

 

 

Was'nt sure if you had come across this , still looking to see if we can find Lewis's parents.... I did come across some Tibbals in Ct. however , here is the link   http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_b0.htm#45...... KSU

answered by Kimberly Uhler G2G Crew (990 points)
edited by Kimberly Uhler

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