I don't have a date, all my info is second hand from family members.
Eunice Prouty is my g-g-g-granmother so I'd estimate the date around the or early 1800's. Her child (that I know if) is Phala (Perry) Goodell. She Married a Perry first, and later, Nathan Harry Mann, I think they may have lived in NH and or VT.
Eunice Prouty's father was Amos Prouty.
Zina Goodell's parents were Lucy King (I have a date 1764...birth or death?) and Joseph Goodell Jr.
Joseph Goodell's parents were Joseph Goodell Sr. andAnn (no last name).
The reason that I thought the Erie county seemed to fit is because there is family legeand that someone went over the Erie canal, and then were the first to come back east on it. The woman was part of a settlement in an M... state (Missouri?) that was attacked by a Native American tribe (I'm told blackfoot, but there's some indication that we have distant cousins that are Native American, Canadian). She married a member of the tribe (I was told the chief) became the first white woman to give birth in that state, or the region that became that state.They had two sons, and after her husband died, they came back east on the Erie canal. While on the trip, one of the sons accidentally set a fire on the boat.
I don't know if these are people that are direct ancestors, I suspect cousins. The mention of Erie county makes sense though.
My great grand mother had many stories of this sort, but nobody wrote them down, and the details become fuzzy as my father and grandfather relay the stories.
I'd really like to confirm some of this if possible. Do you have any info that would fit?