I'm descended from another branch of this family. Does that make us distant cousins?
Personally, I do not use Ancestry family trees - I've learned the hard way that they can be based on wishful thinking, and hugely misleading.
I had a look on American Ancestors for you, and I don't find any more than these two: Thomas Tupper and his descendants shows Thomas and Jerusha Schofield (or Scoville) on page 298, and traces his ancestors. They also appear in the History of Kings County on page 846, though both of these secondary sources fall short of showing the children of Thomas and Jerusha.
The Sprague Project lists all 6 children, including Ansel. This is also a secondary source, so I would definitely keep looking but these three have been pretty reliable for other members of my family, and I do use them as an interim measure on WikiTree while research is underway.
I agree with Stuart, the records are scant for a period between the American Revolution and the mid 1800s, even church records. I don't want to discourage you, I've been able to trace a lot through this period, but there was a shortage of clergy after the American Revolution and it got worse after the war of 1812. It quite simply took some time to develop the educational institutions and the infrastructure to ordain a minister. Many of the records that do exist may not be online, I was able to find sources for a number of these Nova Scotia brick walls in a trek to the Nova Scotia Archives in Halifax last spring, I live on the West Coast, so I don't get there as often as I would like, but it was fun to stand on ground that my ancestors stood on.