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 David Wallingford Jr.

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David Wallingford Jr.

Birth
Milton, Strafford County, New Hampshire, USA
Death
20 Jul 1878 (aged 76–77)
Milton, Strafford County, New Hampshire, USA
Burial
Milton, Strafford County, New Hampshire, USA
Plot
66
Memorial ID
184326191 View Source

In the 1850 census David Wallingford, a 49-year old farmer, born N.H., was living in Milton on a farm worth $1500, which was bigger than average for its day. Living with him are his wife Mary and six children, as well as Sarah Wallingford, age 78, born N.H. This is probably his mother Sarah (Corson) Wallingford. Ten years later they are still in Milton on a farm now worth $3000, with personal property worth $900. Five children as well as David's probable mother Sarah, age 88, are living with them. In 1870 David and Mary are still in Milton. The farm is now worth $4000 and their personal possession estate worth $982 and only their son David and his wife Mary are living with them.

David represented Milton in the State Legislature, and served as a Justice of the Peace. Politically he was a Republican. Other names after his on David's tombstone are probably all children of his, and include Samuel Wallingford, 1830-1830, David W. Wallingford, 1844-1844, and Susan E. Wallingford, 1852-1856. These may not be children of David and Mary Ann but for the time being they will be added here assuming they are. One source states that he had ten children in all, only three of whom (Samuel W., David W., and Emma F., were living in 1897.

In the 1850 census David Wallingford, a 49-year old farmer, born N.H., was living in Milton on a farm worth $1500, which was bigger than average for its day. Living with him are his wife Mary and six children, as well as Sarah Wallingford, age 78, born N.H. This is probably his mother Sarah (Corson) Wallingford. Ten years later they are still in Milton on a farm now worth $3000, with personal property worth $900. Five children as well as David's probable mother Sarah, age 88, are living with them. In 1870 David and Mary are still in Milton. The farm is now worth $4000 and their personal possession estate worth $982 and only their son David and his wife Mary are living with them.

David represented Milton in the State Legislature, and served as a Justice of the Peace. Politically he was a Republican. Other names after his on David's tombstone are probably all children of his, and include Samuel Wallingford, 1830-1830, David W. Wallingford, 1844-1844, and Susan E. Wallingford, 1852-1856. These may not be children of David and Mary Ann but for the time being they will be added here assuming they are. One source states that he had ten children in all, only three of whom (Samuel W., David W., and Emma F., were living in 1897.


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