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Elihu Wing (1741 - abt. 1796)

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Elihu Wing
Born in Rochester, Plymouth, Massachusetts Baymap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 29 Feb 1764 in The Oblong, Dutchess, New Yorkmap
Descendants descendants
Died about in White Plains, Westchester, New York, United Statesmap
Profile last modified 10 Jun 2019 | Created 1 Oct 2014
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Elihu was a Friend (Quaker)

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Biography

Elihu was born about 1741 in Wareham, Plymouth, MA or Rochester, Plymouth, MA . Elihu was the fourth child of Jedediah Wing and Elizabeth Bowerman Gifford. These are his siblings: [1]

  1. Abigail Wing Gifford Hiller (1735 - 1820)
  2. Matthew Wing (1737 - 1756)
  3. Mehitable Wing Prendergast (1739 - 1812)
  4. Elihu Wing (1741 - ____)
  5. Gershom Wing (1745 - 1825)
  6. Deborah Wing Chase (1747 - 1782)
  7. Elisha Wing (1748 - ____)
  8. Prince Wing (1753 - 1843)
  9. Elizabeth Wing Peaslee (1755 - ____)
  10. Dorcas Wing Weed (1757 - 1846)

Elihu married Keziah Hoag Wing (1739 - 1829) in 1764. [2] These are their known children:

  1. Phebe Wing Howes (____ - 1860)
  2. Sybilla Wing Wanzer (____ - 1856)
  3. Kesiah Wing Haight (____ - 1848)
  4. Abigail Wing Hoag (1764 - 1842)
  5. Abraham Wing (1774 - 1846)
  6. Lydia Wing (1777 - 1829)
  7. Samuel Wing (1779 - ____)

Elihu passed away about about 1796 and is buried in the Quaker Cemetery, Pawling, Dutchess County, New York, USA. [3]

Sources

  1. [Quaker Births From Oblong Monthly Meeting], Dutchess County, New York, LDS Film # 873511, Records of Josephine Frost, Transcribed by Debbie Axtman, Pages 25 - 28
  2. Quaker Marriages from the Oblong Monthly Meeting. Groom: Elihu Wing, son of Jedidiah, (dec’d.) and Elizabeth Wing. Bride: Kesiah Hoag, daughter of David and Kesiah. Date: Married, 29 of 2m, 1764, at Oblong
  3. Find A Grave Memorial# 74392798

Marriages from the Oblong Monthly Meeting [Marriages from the Oblong Monthly Meeting, Dutchess, NY, Part I LDS Film # 873511, Records of Josephine Frost]


[Quaker Births from Oblong Monthly Meeting], Dutchess County, New York LDS Film # 873511, Pages 25 - 28, Records of Josephine Frost

Notes

Quaker Calendar - There has been much confusion over the dates in Quaker records. Friends used numbered months and days rather than what they considered pagan names for them (i.e. "Thursday" coming from "Thor's Day"). Thus, when the secular calendar was changed in 1752, making January the first month instead of March, Friends began calling January "First Month".


Acknowledgements

First-hand information as remembered by Jan Ibarra, Tuesday, September 30, 2014.


First-hand information as remembered by Judy Ingram, Monday, March 16, 2015.




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Wing-1091 and Wing-1030 appear to represent the same person because: same spouse and sibling
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posted by Nan (Lambert) Starjak

Elihu is 18 degrees from Danielle Liard, 13 degrees from Jack London and 14 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.

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