Graves Hosmer 1756 - 1838
Collection of documents about the life of Graves HOSMER - son of Stephen HOSMER and Deliverance GRAVES. Born, married and served in the Revolutionary War - Connecticut. Since both parents died when he was young, he was appointed a legal gaurdian (Titus HOSMER) on 2 Oct 1769, Migrated with wife and children to Ontario Co, NY - later to become Avon, Livingston Co, NY (following the path of older brother Timothy HOSMER - one of the founders of that place and surgeon in the Rev War). More children born there. Graves and wife Amy buried in Avon Cemetery, Avon, Livingston Co, NY. Locality line for Graves HOSMER: 1756 - 1838 Hartford Co, CT > Middletown, Middlesex Co, CT > New London Co, CT > Hartford, Ontario Co, NY > Avon, Ontario Co, NY > Avon, Livingston Co, NY. (the latter 3 are evolving names for the same place) Initial set of Footnote documents are the 29 pages of Graves HOSMER's Rev War service and pension files.
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US Federal Census Listings for Graves Hosmer
1790 - 1830 | CT and NY, USA
US Federal Census Listings for Graves HOSMER (Outline form as 1st draft. To be filled in with data from each - and census scan image uploads) 1790 - Residing in New London Co, CT 1800 - Residing in Hartford, Ontario Co, NY 1810 - Residing in Avon, Ontario Co, NY 1820 - Residing in Avon, Ontario Co, NY 1830 - Residing in Avon, Livingston Co, NY