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On 12 Mar 2011 at 07:48 GMT Rosemarie Gollstrom wrote:
Nettie Ann Married James Baker They had five children. One was Helen Carlie Baker, Born July 13, 1911 in Salisbury, VT; Married Peter John DeFrancisco. Died 24 Dec. 1996 Burlington, VT.
Peter John DeFrancisco, b. 28 Dec. 1910, Rutland, Vt., d. 25 Aug. 1973, Poultney Vt., Mother's Maiden Name Rose Ferrato, Birthplace Italy. Father's Name John DeFrancisco. Birthplace Italy.
Helen Carlie Baker is from the Murray family. Info from that genealogy:
General Ethan Allen had two wives, the first Mary Brownson. They had five children, only one son named Joseph who died young in 1777.
General Ethan Allen met his second wife, Fanny, in 1784. They had three children: Fanny Margaret, born in 1784, who died in 1819; Hannibal, born 18 months later and died in 1813; and Ethan, born in 1787, who died in 1855.
So you have General Ethan Allen, his son Ethan b.1787 d.1855, and likely a son born to him named Ethan which needs yet to be studied.
If that is the case, then it would be the correct time frame for Gen. Ethan Allen's grandson to have married Sarah Murray in 1898. Since they had only one daughter there is no reason to believe the name was carried forward another generation. It is possible he, like his father, had a second marriage.
Should you find additional information about General Ethan Allen please share as I am trying to trace my own pedigree back to Ethan Allen's brother, Ira.
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