Hyde Park Vermont

Biographical Sketch of Ebenezer Barnes

Ebenezer Barnes, from Brandon, Vt., came to Hyde Park in 1837, and located upon the farm now occupied by his son, Eben, on road 202. Eben was ten years of age when his father came here. He married Esther W. Davis, and has one daughter. Ebenezer died in 1850, his wife in 1880.

Biographical Sketch of John Stevens

John Stevens, from Newbury, N. H., immigrated to Hyde Park in 1827, and died in Johnson about 1858, aged seventy-five years. Mehitable, his wife, died in Johnson in 1878, aged ninety-five years. Horace, son of John, came to this town in 1857, where he still resides, as a carriage maker.

1840 Census Index, Hyde Park Twp., Lamoille County, Vermont

Name Page Adams, Joshua 14 Adpices, Simeon 16 Allen, Ira 18 Allen, Smith 15 Bader, Joseph 14 Bartlett, Charles L. 13 Bedervill, William 13 Bidwell, John 17 Billing, Luther 17 Bliske, Caleb 14 Boges, Joseph 18 Boges, William L. 18 Bondman, Elisha 13 Boyer, Hugh 18 Bradman, Almond 16 Bran, Solomon 17 Brown, Oliver 14 …

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