His birth record in New Jersey names father Perkins Byram
The only child of Perkins Byram whose will was proved in January 1771, Eliab was born in 1769. He passed away in 1853.
Perkins Byram mentioned his wife Hannah and a sister Martha Chamberlain in his New Jersey will.
Hannah Raynor and Perkins Byram married 8 March 1769 at the First Presbyterian Church in Morristown New Jersey.[]
All buried in Oakland Cemetery, Sag Harbor, New York:
Hannah, wife of Constant Havens, and mother of Eliab Byram, died November 9, 1786, aged 38 years. 1786-38=1748
.* Eliab Byram, died August 15, 1853, aged 84 years.
Cynthia, wife of Eliab Byram, died August 15, 1842, aged 72 years.
Henry. P. Byram, died August 6, 1865, aged 60 years.
Anna A., daughter of Eliab & Cynthia Byram, died December 3, 1873, aged 71 years, & 9 months.
Rebecca F., daughter of Eliab Cynthia Byram, died January 31, 1877, aged 76 years.
Betsey, daughter of Eliab & Cynthia Byram, died October 7, 1800, aged 1 year, 3 months.
Charles C., son of Eliab & Cynthia Byram, died November 6, 1804, aged 1 year, 8 months.
Ephraim N. Byram, died June 27, 1881, aged 71 years, 7 months, & 2 days.
Cornelia J., widow of Ephraim N. Byram, died December 8, 1905, aged 71 years.
Henry Eliab, son of Ephraim & Cornelia J. Byram, died January 28, 1865, aged 11 months.