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My 2nd Cousin, 5x removed


Robert Ball Edes (1789-1862) was a ship captain. He married Sarah Barker in 1818, and they had three children: Mary Ball, later Mrs. James Sullivan Noyes (1818-1880); Sophia Briggs, later Mrs. Charles F. Waldo (1820-1892); and Henry Augustus (1824-1851). Following his first wife?s death, Robert Ball Edes married Priscilla Sprague. Barker-Edes-Noyes family papers, Massachusetts Historical Society Call No. Ms. N-1800

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Browse the 1860 US census by state, county, and civil division. This particular census is especially helpful in researching the Civil War era and the soldiers who fought in the imminent conflict. Information about each member of a household as of June 1, 1860, includes age, race, occupation, real and personal estate values, birth place, if married within the year, and if a person was deaf, dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper, or convict. Relationships are not detailed until the 1880 census.

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