Ebenezer Truesdell, Jr., by 1748, had moved to Dudley and in 1750 was executor of his father's estate.At Dudley he was tything-man in 1751 (T R, I, 171), sealer of leather 1752 to 1755 (op cit, I, 179, 186, 190 & I I, 13); surveyor of highways in 1757 (idem, II, 25), and constable for the west and of the township in 1758 and 1759 (idem, II, 30, 32, 34/5, 3 6, 37).
Ebenezer was admitted to the church at Chesterfield, MA, August 07, 1766 ( as "Ebenezer Braydell" Ch Rec).One of Ebenezer's sons, Amos, Silas, or E benezer, III, was frozen to death in a snow storm."The death of young Truesdale, son of Ebenezer who lived on the James farm", occurred ofter sugaring was completed and he had walked to Northampton to return a borrowed kettle.Returning during a heavy snow storm he lost his way. His bones were not found for several years ("Hist Goshen, MA", 113/4). Concerning the same mishap:"it was near the Healy and Luce homes (in Chesterfield To wn) that Mr. Truesdell perished in early times, having lost his way returning from Northampton ("Hist Conn Valley", I, 494).
His daughter, Bethia married an Ebenezer Dwight, 27Feb1783 at Hatfield, MA.No mention of a Prosser.
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