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William Blackman (1745 - 1832)

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William Blackman aka Blackmon
Born in Hebron, CTmap
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Husband of — married [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Lancaster, NYmap
Profile last modified | Created 22 Aug 2013
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Categories: Erie County, New York | Lancaster, New York | Lancaster, New York, 1810 | Lancaster, New York, 1820 | Lancaster, New York, 1830 | Lancaster Rural Cemetery, Lancaster, New York.


William served under captains Ripley Hutchinson and Paul Brigham. Wlm Blackmon (Sr.)was one of the first five settlers of Lancaster, New York. From the James Clark Diary.



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