Glastonbury families 1700-1820, Tryon and Hollister lines [closed]

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I am hoping someone familiar with families and sources pertinent to Glastonbury, Connecticut would be willing to take a look at the sources presented in regard to Noah Tryon and his daughter Mary viz, unmerged matches on each, as I am feeling the merge proposal is at an impasse and I am not clear on how best to proceed here.

I find the argument for the proposed merges strong, and worthy of proceeding.    

Published genealogies -  Hollister Family in America, Tryon Family in America are a bit sparse in regards to certain details, and in any case I don't find either of these two sources suitable for our work here except as a starting point or clue in the absence of other information.    Both have had significant flaws in my experience with them (tho my experience with Hollister lines is much smaller than Tryon lines)

I hope a set (or sets) of fresh but experienced eyes would help us make a better determination.


Thank you
WikiTree profile: Noah Tryon
closed with the note: Resolved
in Genealogy Help by Michael Maranda G2G6 Mach 6 (66.4k points)
closed by Michael Maranda
Two research pages are now established --

One for Tryon's in Glastonbury prior to 1790 (as yet not developed in any significant manner)

And one for Tryon's in Glastonbury, CT from 1790-1850.  This has been extensively developed by Michael Tryon.
Michael, I do not see any unmerged matches on Noah or his daughter Mary
That part was settled, thank you.  This could be marked closed (can anyone do that?)  .  I added the links above because when I do searches this thread comes up, and I figured that would be useful if others run the same search.
I believe you can close your own question
Thank you!

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