She must be the "Rindy"7 (Charles6, Gideon5, Elisha4, Benjamin3-2, William1) Sabin, born Ft. Covington ca. 1815 (either "The Descendants of William Sabin" or the census is off on the birth year) who is listed as marrying a Benjamin Duell. Her brother Dennis7 married a Betsey Duell, b. ca. 1815 in VT. Silas W. I have seen listed elsewhere as Silas Wilbur Deuel. I can't explain that name except if Benjamin is descended from Silas4 Deuel.
Meanwhile, half a continent away in Westport, MA, Rindy's fifth cousin, my great-great-great grandfather, Gideon Sabins (the Westport Sabins added an "s" at the end of the name, to signify "stayed behind") married Elizabeth7 (Benjamin6-5, Reuben4, Jeremiah3, Jonathan2, William1) Devoll (1808-1877), my most recent Devol ancestor, so maybe there's some good karma in there somewhere.
Meanwhile I am looking at a few of the Franklin Co. NY Duells in the 1860 census, I haven't finished the surveyyet but there are a few listed as born in Canada and just about all the others in VT, which may yield a clue as to the origins of this branch.
Today's travelogue: Just northwest of Elizabeth another of my relatives was living around this time, my sixth cousin five times removed Ulysses S. Grant. In 1861 he was working as a clerk in his father's tannery in Galena, having been cashiered from the army for drunkenness and having failed at everything else he attempted. Yet within a year he would be a Major General, within 3 years he would command all of the federal armies, and within 8 years he would become president. When during the dark days of the Civil War other leaders complained about Grant's reputation for drinking, Lincoln said "find out what brand of whiskey he drinks ---and send a barrel of it to my other generals."