Soules, David and Martha (Waters) 
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transpixel 1830 Census, New York, Onondaga County, Manlius. David Soles is shown unmarried, no children. The 70-80 year old male in his household is probably his father, David, who was 72 at this time. Living next door was his brother, George. transpixel
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transpixel 1840 Census, New York, Onondaga County, Elbridge. This David Soles family has the correct number of members in the correct age groups, consistent with other information known about the David Soles family. transpixel
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transpixel 1850 Census, New York, Onandaga County, Elbridge. David Soules family. Three stops underneath the David Soules family we find Uriah Whaley and his wife Mariah (one of David's daughters) and their new son David. Looks like Mariah married quite young. In about five years, another of David's daughters, Eliza, will marry Cyrenus Whaley, Uriah's brother. transpixel
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transpixel Manlius Village in 1840. From Dwight H. Bruce (ed.), Onondaga's Centennial.  Boston History Co., 1896, Vol. I, pp. 769-801; 805-806. transpixel
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transpixel David Soules Homestead Document, 4 January 1864[sic, should be 1865] transpixel
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1830 Census, New York, Onondaga County, Manlius. David Soles is shown unmarried, no children. The 70-80 year old male in his household is probably his father, David, who was 72 at this time. Living next door was his brother, George.
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1840 Census, New York, Onondaga County, Elbridge. This David Soles family has the correct number of members in the correct age groups, consistent with other information known about the David Soles family.
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1850 Census, New York, Onandaga County, Elbridge. David Soules family. Three stops underneath the David Soules family we find Uriah Whaley and his wife Mariah (one of David's daughters) and their new son David. Looks like Mariah married quite young. In about five years, another of David's daughters, Eliza, will marry Cyrenus Whaley, Uriah's brother.
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Manlius Village in 1840. From Dwight H. Bruce (ed.), Onondaga's Centennial. Boston History Co., 1896, Vol. I, pp. 769-801; 805-806.
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David Soules Homestead Document, 4 January 1864[sic, should be 1865]
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David Soules Homestead Document, 4 January 1865
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transpixel David Soules Homestead Document, 20 October 1871 transpixel
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transpixel David Soules Homestead Document, 20 October 1871 transpixel
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transpixel David Soules Homestead Document, 20 October 1871 transpixel
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transpixel David Soules Homestead Documents, 10 August 1872 transpixel
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David Soules Homestead Document, 20 October 1871
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David Soules Homestead Document, 20 October 1871
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David Soules Homestead Document, 20 October 1871
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David Soules Homestead Document, 20 October 1871
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David Soules Homestead Documents, 10 August 1872
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David Soules Homestead Documents, 10 August 1872
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transpixel David Soules Homestead Document, 10 August 1872 transpixel
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transpixel Above is a juxtaposition of maps of Gillford Township (top), Zumbro Township (lower left) and Hyde Park Township (blank, except for part of Section 6 as shown). David Soules arrived later than his Whaley relatives, entering his 40 acres of land on 4 January 1865 and making improvements over the next five years. All of these patent documents concern this same land. This map explains the family recollection that Cyrenus and Uriah operated a ferry in this location, since their father-in-law David Soules owned land on both sides of the Zumbro River. transpixel
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David Soules Homestead Document, 10 August 1872
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Above is a juxtaposition of maps of Gillford Township (top), Zumbro Township (lower left) and Hyde Park Township (blank, except for part of Section 6 as shown). David Soules arrived later than his Whaley relatives, entering his 40 acres of land on 4 January 1865 and making improvements over the next five years. All of these patent documents concern this same land. This map explains the family recollection that Cyrenus and Uriah operated a ferry in this location, since their father-in-law David Soules owned land on both sides of the Zumbro River.
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