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Thomas Edgar DURFEE
Alma C. SMITH
Husband:  Thomas Edgar DURFEE
Birth:  1834/5, Tompkins, Delaware Co., NY
Occupation:  blacksmith
Father:  Thomas K. DURFEE
Mother:  Alice/Elsie RANDALL
Marriage:
Wife:  Alma C. SMITH
Birth:  1835/6, NY
Occupation:  homemaker
Children born in Tompkins, Delaware Co., NY:
1.  Harriet DURFEE, b. 1854/5
2.  Mary DURFEE, b. 1848/9


Sources:

1.  Marriage Record:

2.  1860 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #41 of 91):  Cannonsville P.O., Town of Tompkins, Delaware Co., NY, Roll M653_743, p. 547, PN 41, enumerated 6/7 Jul 1860, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1860 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
320 305 Charles Durfee 32 M   Shoemaker 150 250 New York
    Maria     " 30 F         "
    Charles   "  7 M         "
    Francis   "  5 M         "
    Imogene   " 5/12 F         "
  306 Thomas Durfee 65 M   Bapt Clergyman 500 350 "
    Alice    " 66 F         "
  307 Thomas E Durfee 25 M   Blacksmith 250 200 "
    Alma       " 24 F         "
    Harriet    "  5 F         "
    Mary       "  1 F         "

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