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This timeline is intended to explore dates and locations for the children of Martin Scranton and his wife Sarah,[1] along with relationships with other families

12 May 1819 Martin Scranton of Guilford and Sarah Thomas of Killingworth marry in Guilford, Connecticut.[2]

1 Feb 1820 Sarah Scranton born

7 Aug 1820 Martin Scranton lives in Killingworth, Middlesex, Connecticut[3] 1 male age 26 to 44 (Martin), 1 female under age 10 (Sarah), 1 female age 16 to 25 (Sarah)

30 May 1822 Parnel Eliza Scranton born

15 Aug 1824 Thomas Marvin Scranton born

8 Mar 1827 Phebe Ann Scranton born

24 Sep 1829 Charles A Scranton born

1830 Martin Scranton lives in Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut[4] 1 male under age 5 (Charles), 1 male age 5 to 9 (Thomas), 1 male age 30 to 39 (Martin), 1 female under age 5 (Phebe), 1 female age 5 to 9 (Parnel), 1 female age 10 to 14 (Sarah), 1 female age 20 to 29.

26 Jan 1832 George W Scranton born

22 Aug 1834 Martin E Scranton born

12 May 1836 Martin E Scranton dies

6 Dec 1836 Francis S Scranton born

5 Jan 1839 Edmund E Scranton born

22 Jan 1840 Dayton R Scranton born

1 Jun 1840 Martin Scranton lives in North Branford, New Haven , Connecticut.[5] One person employed in agriculture. Two males under age 5 (Francis, Edmund), 1 male age 5 to 9 (George), 1 male age 40 to 49 (Martin), 1 female age 10 to 14 (Phebe), 1 female age 15 to 19 (Parnel), 1 female age 20 to 29 (Sarah), and one female age 30 to 39 (Sarah). Thomas and Charles are no longer in the household.

6 Nov 1840 Thomas M Scranton applies for a Seamen's Protection Certificate in New Haven, Connecticut, reporting his birthplace as Killingsworth, Connecticut.

23 Feb 1842 James H Scranton born

23 Jun 1843 George Issac Merriman and Parnel E Scranton, both of New Haven, married by A.C. Baldwin, Pastor of Howe St Church, New Haven, Connecticut.[6]

30 Aug 1845 Francis Sheppard Merriman, daughter of Parnel Scranton, born[7]

29 Jan 1846 Luther B Scranton born

14 Jun 1846 Phebe Ann Scranton and Charles Blake of New Haven marry in New Haven, Connecticut.[8]

1846 George Merriman, a joiner, lives in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.[9]

11 Jan 1847 George H Merriman, son of Parnel Scranton, born[10]

1847 Ellsworth Scranton born

1849 Ellsworth Scranton dies

27 Jan 1849 George H Merriman, son of Parnel Scranton dies[11]

18 Feb 1849 Sarah A Scranton of Hartford, daughter of Martin of North Branford, and Charles Webster, of New Haven married by Rev Charles R Fisher in Hartford, Connecticut[12][13]

1 Nov 1849 Emma Hart Merriman, daughter of Parnel Scranton born[14]

3 Sep 1850 Parnel Scranton and George Merriman, a builder, live in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.[15] with children age 5 years and 6 months.

20 Aug 1850 Martin Scranton, laborer, lives in the town of North Branford, New Haven, Connecticut with Sally, Dayton, James, and Luther.[16]

19 Sep 1850 George E Merriman, son of Parnel Scranton, born

30 Sep 1850 Phebe Scranton and Charles Blake, a joiner, live in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut[17]

1 Oct 1850 Francis Scranton age 13 lives in Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut in the household of Timothy Fowler with Temperance, Charles and Sarah Fowler[18] What is the relationship with the Fowler family?

1 Oct 1850 Edmund Scranton age 11 lives in Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut in the household of Amos Fowler with Sarah and Lois Fowler[19] What is the relationship with the Fowler family? It appears that Sarah was the mother of Amos and Lois, both unmarried and is likely Sarah Rossitur

18 Oct 1850 Charles Scranton, a clerk, lives in Fair Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.[20]

19 Oct 1850 Sarah (Scranton) Webster lives in East Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut[21] with husband Charles and daughter Alice

1852 George Merriman, builder, lives at 47 Grove in New Haven.[22]

17 Apr 1853 Thomas Marvin Scranton and Mary Beers Gordon, son of John marry

1853 or 1855 Sarah (Scranton) Webster and Charles Webster move to Sterling, Illinois

1854 George Merriman, President of Steam Saw Mill Co, lives at 47 Grove in New Haven[23]

27 Feb 1856 Anna E Merriman, daughter of Parnel Scranton, born in Connecticut

1857 Edmund Scranton moves to Buffalo Grove near Polo, in Ogle County, Illinois[24]

15 Aug 1859 Alice Martin Merriman, daughter of Parnel Scranton, born in Tattnall, Georgia

1859 George Blake, son of Phebe Scranton, born in Illinois

9 Jun 1860 Martin Scranton, farm laborer, lives in North Branford, New Haven, Connecticut with Sarah and Luther[25]

26 Jun 1860 Thomas Marvin Scranton, farm laborer, lives in North Parish, Town of Guilford, New Haven, Connecticut with Mary, Jane Gordon, and Mary Beers.[26]

28 Jun 1860 Phebe Ann (Scranton) Blake lives in Buffalo Township, Ogle, Illinois with Charles, a farmer, and son George.[27] Samuel Moats age 30 lives next door with his son William age 3. Her brother Charles lives nearby in the household of Ira Moats.

28 Jun 1860 Charles Scranton lives in Buffalo Township, Ogle, Illinois[28] Ira was the son of Lucy Reed and her first husband George Moats. Charles' brother married Emily Sanford, the daughter of Lucy Reed and her second husband Albion Sanford.

28 Jun 1860 Sarah (Scranton) Webster lives in Buffalo Township, Ogle, Illinois[29] with Charles, Alice, Ione, Manville and Edmund

30 Aug 1860 Parnel Eliza (Scranton) Merriman dies in Reidsville, Tattnall, Georgia.[30]

23 Apr 1861 Francis Scranton enlists in Company H, 2nd Connecticut Infantry[31]

7 May 1861 Dayton Scranton enlists in Company H, 2nd Connecticut Infantry[32]

7 Aug 1861 Dayton Scranton musters out of Company H.[32]

3 Oct 1861 James H Scranton enlists in Company F, 12th Connecticut Infantry[33]

4 Nov 1861 Dayton Scranton enlists in Company F, 12 Connecticut Infantry.[34]

9 Jan 1862 Edmund E Scranton and Emily J Sanford marry in Ogle County, Illinois[35]

23 Aug 1862 Thomas Marvin Scranton enlists in Company I, 14th Connecticut Infantry.[36]

14 Dec 1862 Francis Scranton dies of wounds[31]

10 Dec 1863 Dayton Scranton dies of disease while serving in the military[37]

3 Jan 1863 Thomas Marvin Scranton dies in military hospital in Washington, DC[38]

1864 Edmund Scranton pays taxes in Illinois.[39]

1864 Edmund Scranton and family move to a farm near Traer in Tama County, Iowa[24]

1864 Sarah (Scranton) Webster and Charles Webster move to Tama County, Iowa.[40]

Feb 1864 Charles Webster dies in Tama County, Iowa[40]

27 Jan 1865 James Scranton dies of disease at Salisbury Confederate prison[33]

9 Jan 1866 Emma Hart Merriman and John Jackson Partin marry in Tattnall, Georgia.[41]

12 Apr 1866 Soldier's Monument in North Branford Village green dedicated, with James Scranton and Dayton Scranton names engraved[42]

1 Jun 1870 Martin Scranton, blacksmith, lives in North Branford, New Haven, Connecticut with Sarah and Luther, a joiner[43]

13 Jun 1870 Phebe (Scranton) Blake lives in Tama City, Tama, Iowa[44] with Charles, a carpenter, and George

23 Jun 1870 Edmund Scranton, farmer, lives in Perry Township, Tama, Iowa[45] with Emily, Frank, Mary, and Kate

23 Jun 1870 Sarah (Scranton) Webster lives in Perry Township, Tama, Iowa[46] near her brother Edmund with children Ione, Charles, Manville and Lillian

1871 Luther Scranton and Martha Jennette Crowell, daughter of Nelson T. Crowell, marry[47]

1873 Luther Scranton, wagonmaker, moves to North Farms, Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut[48]

12 Sep 1873 George Scranton, son of Edmund Scranton and Emily Sanford born in Tama County, Iowa

12 Jul 1877 Anna Merriman and Wiley W Stanley marry in Tattnall, Georgia, United States.[49]

11 Dec 1876 Sarah, wife of Martin, dies[50][51]

1 Jun 1880 Phebe (Scranton) Blake lives in Tama City, Tama, Iowa[52] with husband Charles and son George, both carpenters

10 Jun 1880 Edmund Scranton, farmer, lives in Perry Township, Tama, Iowa[53] with Emily and children Frank, Mary, Kate, Luther, George and Clara

14 Jun 1880 Martin Scranton lives in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut with son Luther and his family[54]

17 Jun 1880 Sarah (Scranton) Webster lives in Perry Township, Tama, Iowa[55] with children Charles and Lillian

9 Aug 1880 Martin Scranton dies in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut..[56]

13 Aug 1883 Phebe Ann (Scranton) Blake dies in Tama County, Iowa

1885 Charles Scranton, carpenter, lives in Traer, Perry, Tama, Iowa[57] He is living with William Moat age 27, who may be related. Charles' brother Edmund married Emily Sanford, daughter of Albion Sanford and Lucy Reed. Lucy's first husband was George Moats.

1885 Edmund Scranton, farmer, lives at N 1/2 NW in Traer, Perry, Tama, Iowa[58] with Emily and children Frank, Mary, Kate, Luther, George and Earl

1885 Sarah (Scranton) Webster lives at E 1/2 NE in Traer, Perry, Tama, Iowa[59] with son Charles

1895 Sarah (Scranton) Webster lives in Tama County, Iowa[60] with son Charles

1895 Charles Scranton lives in Tama County, Iowa at a County Farm[61]

1899 Edmund Scranton moves to a farm near Lone Elm, Anderson County, Kansas[24]

1899 George Scranton, son of Edmund, about age 16 did not like Kansas and took his mule and returned to Iowa[62]

5 Jun 1900 Edmund Scranton, farmer, lives in Lone Elm Township, Anderson, Kansas[63] with son Earl

21 Jun 1900 Sarah (Scranton) Webster lives in Perry Township, town of Traer, Tama, Iowa[64] with son Charles. Her nephew George Scranton lives nearby.

23 Jun 1900 George Scranton, son of Edmund, farm laborer lives in Perry Township, town of Traer, Tama, Iowa.[65]

1905 Sarah (Scranton) Webster lives in Traer, Tama County, Iowa[66] and reports her birthplace as Hartford, Connecticut

13 Mar 1907 Sarah (Scranton) Webster dies in Perry, Tama, Iowa[67] Brother Ed Scranton is listed as father on her death certificate.

28 Apr 1910 Edmund Scranton lives in Lone Elm Township, Anderson, Kansas[68]

19 Jun 1916 Edmund Scranton dies in Kansas[24]

27 Feb 1917 Luther B Scranton registers for Connecticut Military Census in Wallingford, Connecticut.[69]

17 Mar 1931 Luther B Scranton dies in Wallingford, New Haven, Connecticut[70]

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