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Nathaniel Elmer (1760 - 1794)

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Nathaniel Elmer
Born in Wawayanda, Orange, New York, USAmap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 12 Jan 2015
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When Nathaniel Elmer was born in 1760 in Wawayanda, New York. He had one son with Lucinda Terry. He died in 1794 at the age of 34.


Amity Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Amity, NY




Volume 1, Page 408: Dr. Nathaniel Elmer, youngest child of Deacon and Mary Elmer, was born February 17, 1733, in Windsor, and prepared for the practice of medicine. He settled before 1758 at Florida, New York, where he practiced many years, and died in December, 1797, in New York City and was buried in St. Paul's churchyard. He was captain of the Florida company of militia under Colonel Johathan Hawthorn of Warwick, in 1775, and served as surgeon of the state militia until his death. He married Anna, daughter of William Thompson, who settled in the southern part of Goshen, two miles from Florida, at a very early date. Children: 1. William, mentioned below. 2. Jesse, born June 11, 1764, married Sarah Minturn. 3. Samuel, died 1815. 4. Mary, died at age forty. 5. Asa, died young. 6. Temperance, married Judge Robert Armstrong. 7. Julia, married Richard Roe. 8. Nancy, married (first) John Smith, (second) Joshua Conkling; died at ninety years. 9. Nathaniel, M. D., died in his thirty-fourth year.
NOTE: There appears to be some inaccuracies in this book. The birth date is off and the birth place is wrong for Nathaniel 1733-1797. All of their children were born in Florida, NY, indicating that Nathaniel is not one of their children. Elmore-505 13:00, 21 May 2016 (EDT)


Note N219. Nathaniel, M. D., died in his thirtv-fourth vear.

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