Here us the pertinent quote from p. 218 of "Records of the Dorland Family in America," by John Dorland Cremer, published by Byron S. Adams, Washington D.C., 1898:
(c3) Gerret Dorland, b. 1748; bap. 1751, at Six Mile Run; m.
Farner,Res., first, near Hallingen; prior to 1790 removed to
the "Lake country,:" N.Y., settling near King's Ferry, Tomkins
(a4) David Durling, b. about 1792; d. Mar., 1851; m. 1816,
Ann Pierce (cousin of President Franklin Pierce) of Penn
Yann., N. Y., d. Apr., 1864. Res., Fredonia, N.Y.Issue:
(a5) Maria Durling, b. June, 1817; m. Dec., 1845, Willard
(b5) Abner Pierce Durling, b. Aug., 1819, m. Nov. 1840.
Editor,Res., Erie, Pa.Issue:
(a6) _____ Durling (dau.), d. inf.
(b6) Mary Durling, d.
(c6) Minnie Durling, d.
(d6) Willis Durling, b. 185-; m.Editor.Res., Erie.
Issue: (2 ch.)
(c5) Mary Jane Durling, b. 1821; d. 1834.
(d5) Fayette Durling.Episcopalian clergyman.Res.,
(b4) Mary Durling.
(c4) Jane Durling.
(d3) Dinah Dorland, bap. 1753, in Ref. Du. Ch., Harlingen.
*Rev. Fayette Durling says he does not know much about his ancestry,
and remarks humorously: "I am concerned more about where I am going
than where I came from."