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Willard Perry of New York and Michigan

Updated May 21, 2002

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Willard Perry disappears from the New York Census after 1840. His widow is there with the William Lynes Family into which a daughter, Emily married. This is not the Willard Perry that went to Salt Lake as he was born when our Willard was getting married. Willard Perry married Comfort Ann Green who was born in Rhode Island on 7 May 1793. When ComfortAnn Green was about two, her family came to New York where she met Willard Perry. Their daughter, Emily was born in Wayne Co., NY on 8 May 1821.
Emily Perry married William Lines/Lynes on 3 Jan 1842. William Lines/Lynes was born 22 Oct. 1818 in Boonville, Oneida Co., NY.
Later they lived in New Albion, Cattaragus Co, NY.
Willard Perry claimed to be a cousin of Oliver Perry, but through which Perry? (as trails lead to Mass.Vermontand Rhode Island.)
His children were: Phoebe, b.11 Nov. 1809 who married Benjamin Paine; Jane Perry, b. 11 Aug 1811 who married George Parks;
Benjamin Perry, b. 16 May 1813 who married Charlotte Morse;
Asa Perry, b. 11 Oct. 1815 who married Dolly Newton;Susana Perry, b.29 Nov 1818 who married James Berry; Emily Perry, b. 8 May 1821, married William Lines/Lynes 3 Jan 1842, d. 22 Apr 1903 in Plainfield, Bremer Co., IA;Mary Ann Perry, b. 7 Sep 1823 who married Spenser Newton; and Sarah Samantha Perry, b. 1 Jan 1833 who married Silas Wright. We want to know where Willard went and
when de died and where. We want to know which Perry was his father. Land Records show a Willard Perry buying land in Michigan.

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