Fact: http://familysearch.org/v1/LifeSketch Source: CAROLINA STANLEY WEBPAGE; STANLEY FAMILY HISTORY: As Written by Robert Remington Stanley (Additional Notation In Italics By Stephen R. Stanley).
Betty Stanley, eldest daughter of Samuel and Ruth (Jewett) Stanley, was born in Hopkinton, February 1st 1769. She married Dr. Edmund Currier, one of the early physicians in Hopkinton, November 27 1788. He died in Hopkinton in 1811, aged about 44. Their children were:
1. Amos Currier.
2. Edmund Currier, who was a clock maker in Hopkinton.
3. David C. Currier, born in 1794. Was a harness maker and served in the war of 1812. He married Dolly Cambell daughter of Phineas Campbell of Honniker. He died in 1864.
4. Trueworthy Gilman Currier.
5. Ebenezer B. Currier, who was a piano maker.
6. Ariel S. Currier, born March 20 1803.
↑ "New Hampshire Births and Christenings, 1714-1904," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FDN6-P9C : 10 February 2018), Bettey Stanley, 01 Feb 1769; citing HOPKINTON TWP,MERRIMACK,NEW HAMPSHIRE; FHL microfilm 1,001,038.
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