Re: Tamblings in Massachusetts, Vermont, New York
Philip Pond Tambling (b. March 21, 1800) had three children: Mary Lorinda (b. August 14, 1836), Corydon Leicester (b.June 26, 1838), and Cyren Worcester (b.Aug 2, 1840) He married Harriet Smith, Silsby a widow. Philip died May 27, 1870 and is buried in East Part Cemetary in Stockholm, NY. The cemetary is visible from the main road and the road to it leads to Philip's House a short way beyond on the right.
Cyren Worster Tambling married Eliza Buck. Their children: Earl P. (b. 1866) Ray Lemuel (b Feb. 1868) Elfreda E. (b. 1871) Cecil W. (b. 1880)
Corydon Leicester Tambling married Nellie F. Bunce, a widow. They had five children. A son, Charles Finney ( Tambling (b. November 1,1871) is my grandfather. The other children: Jennie E. (b. May 14, 1862) Carrie E. (b. April 1, 1869) and William Leicester (b. October 9, 1873).
Philip's father was Stephen Abbot Tambling (b. 1767) who married Lorinda Pond (b. 1770) They had 10 children. A son, Judson, was born August 15, 1802; a son, Elijah Sherman, born November 3, 1790.
Stephen's father was Stephen Tambling (b. April 1, 1738 and d. November 6, 1810) He is buried in Central Cemetary,(under the name Tombling)Cornwal, Vermont. His wife, Mary Abbott, petitioned Congress for a pension as Stephen had fought in the Revolution. That petition is in the National Archives.
This Stephen's father, Elisha Tambling was born around 1710 in New London, Connecticut and was killed September 17, 1756 in Albany, NY.