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William Wing (1750 - abt. 1827)

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William Wing
Born in The Oblong, Dutchess, New Yorkmap
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William was a Friend (Quaker)

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Biography

Birth

  • Dinah Wing b. 12 of 10m, 1739
  • Mehitable Wing b. 31 of 5m, 1741
  • Martha Wing b. 18 of 10m, 1743
  • Hannah Wing b. 22 of 8m, 1745
  • John Wing b. 31 of 5m, 1747
  • William Wing b. 19 of 9m, 1750
Source: [Quaker Births From Oblong Monthly Meeting], Dutchess County, New York, LDS Film # 873511, Records of Josephine Frost, Transcribed by Debbie Axtman, Pages 9 - 12

Sources

  • 1790 United States Federal Census
  • 1800 United States Federal Census
  • 1810 United States Federal Census
  • New York, Genealogical Records, 1675-1920
  • New York, Tax Assessment Rolls of Real and Personal Estates, 1799-1804
  • Quaker Births from the Oblong Monthly Meeting, Dutchess County, New York.”
  • Wing Family of America, Inc. “Descendants of Matthew & Mary Wing of Banbury, Oxfordshire, England.”
  • The Documentary History of the State of New-York, Volume 3. Page 622
  • Wilson, Warren Hugh. Quaker Hill – A Sociological Study
  • Wing Family of America, 5. The OWL Vol 18, Kewaunee, Wisconsin, March 1917, No 2. Page 1637.
  • The Records of New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends
  • Heads of Families, Oblong and Nine Partners Circularly, Dutchess County, New York.
  • Marriage Intentions from Oblong Monthly Meeting, Dutchess County, New York, Mens’ Meeting (From 1757 to 1799).
  • New York History Manuscripts Volume 2, New York Revolutionary Papers. Online Page 59-61 of 366
  • Quaker Records: Chatham Monthly Meeting & Hudson Monthly Meeting, Columbia County, New York.
  • Removal Certificates from Nine Partners Monthly Meeting, Dutchess County, New York


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".


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