Eunice Salsbury/Salisbury was born 1800 in Rensselaer County, New York. I'm looking for clues about her parents or siblings or where to look for clues.
See research notes on her profile and that of her brother https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Salisbury-1659
She appears to have been living with her brother Nathaniel Salsbury in the 1820 census, next door to Daniel Sands who was living with his father Ephraim and whom she married before 1825. She was an early member of the Methodist Episcopal Church with her brother the Rev Nathaniel Salsbury.
All records for the town of Camillus, Onondaga County, New York prior to 1829 were lost to a fire.
The area where they lived is now the town of Elbridge. The town historian has no info about this family/timeframe. There are no Salisbury/Salsbury stones still standing in the cemetery where Eunice is buried or the nearby Jordan Village Cemetery. Since Nathaniel was head of household in 1820 and the household included a woman over age 45, his father likely died before 1820.
At a quick glance I haven’t found any Salsbury/Salsbury land records between 1800 and 1820 in Onondaga county, New York.
Any suggestions where to look next?