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The Dawson Family.

4-9. TITUS DAWSON, farmer, b. in E. Haven, Jan. 13, 1748, d. in Danby, N. Y., March 14, 1840, aged 92. He served as a soldier in the Revolutionary war, and was a half-pensioner. He m. in Cheshire, Conn., Aug. 26, 1778, Sybil Dennison, who was b. in E. Haven, Oct. 14, 1746, and d. in Danby, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1837, aged 91, having been blind for some years previously. They resided in East Haven, Southington and New Hartford, and removed from Conn., to Oneida county, N. Y., about 1788; thence to Lenox, Madison county, 1807; thence to Danby, Tompkins county, 1813. Their chn., all b. in Conn., were:

5-21. John, b. in E. Haven, July 27, 1779, bapt. Oct. 30, 1779, d. in Spencer, N. Y., March 15, 1877., a. 93; m.

5-22. Martha, b. in New Hartford, Dec. 16, 1781, d. in Cortland Centre, Mich., Sept. 19, 1861, a. 8o. BARNES.

5-23. Titus, b. in New Hartford, March 5, 1785, d. in Spencer, N. Y., Sept. 30, 1859, a. 74; m.

5-24. Sybil, twin sister of Titus, d. in Oswego, N. Y., April 15, 1846, a.61. DOOLITTLE.

5-25. James Denison, b. in New Hartford, Feb. 7.5, 1788, d. in Fowler, O., July 18, 1845, a. 57; m.

Source: Dawson, Charles C. A record of the descendants of Robert Dawson of East Haven, Conn.: including Barnes, Bates, Beecher, Bissell, Calaway, Carpenter, Cary, Colman, Doolittle, Doud, Douglass, Dresser, Evans, Fox, Fuller, Grannis, Johnson, Meloy, Morse, Parsons, Perkins, Richmond, Rogers, Sigourney, Sill, Smith, Stone, Tuttle, Van Buren, Walker, Werdon, Whittlesey, Woodruff, and numerous other families, with many biographical and genealogical notes concerning the same. Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell, 1874, pp. 23-24.



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