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That as it is, Samuel Edson and his wife Susannah migrated to Salem, Essex County Massachusetts sometime before 1639 and then moved to Bridgewater , Plymouth County Massachusetts around the year 1650.

In 1784, land was deeded to Rufus from his father Abel near the Mile Brook on South Street in Bridgewater MA. The area was known as the Old Ceadar Swamp. Some close neighbors were, Simeon & Ames, John Carver, Thomas Wade, James Alger, Seth & David Lathrop, Joseph Fobes, and Issac Swift.

Rufus and Mary moved to Vermont before 1790 where Rufus ownded land that he sold to Barzillai Burgess in 1793 and more to Robert Park in 1794 from a chunk in in the north of Windham Co. just off the old Stage Coach Road that ran up from what was then Middletown. He purchased land somewhere just across the county line at Chester, Windsor Co. in August of 1800 and sold the land in September of 1813. The family moved to Italy, Yates Co. NY around 1816. They lived so far south of town that they also owned land in Prattsburg, Steuben Co. NY .

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Edsons in England and America and Genealogy of the Edsons


Edsons in England and America and Genealogy of the Edsons.

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