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Oliver HARRINGTON
Sylvina BALLOU
Husband:  Oliver HARRINGTON
Birth:  ca. 1758, RI
Death:  13 Aug 1839
Migration:  ca. 1777-80, to VT
Father:  John HARRINGTON
Mother:  Sarah GARDNER
Marriage:
Wife:  Sylvina BALLOU / BALLOW
Birth:  5 Apr 1766?, Cumberland, Providence, RI
Death:  17 Feb 1831
Father:  Amariah BALLOU (1726/7-c1779)
Mother:  Mary GARY
Children:
born in RI?:
1.  Ezra HARRINGTON, b. ca. 1776? 

  born in Danby, Rutland Co., VT:
2.  Garey/Gary HARRINGTON, b. ca. 1787; d. 1843; m. Hannah COREY
3.  Susan HARRINGTON, b. ca. 1788; m. William COREY
4.  Andrew HARRINGTON, b. ca. 1790; m. Lydia MILLARD, d/o Simon MILLARD
5.  Oliver HARRINGTON, Jr., b. ca. 1792; m. Ms. ALLEN; removed to Ellisburg, Jefferson Co., NY
6.  Elias HARRINGTON, b. ca. 1793; removed to southern MA
7.  Harvey HARRINGTON, b. ca. 1795; removed to MI

Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont

Sources:

1.  Marriage Record:

2.  Census Index:  Colonial America, 1607-1789 (Broderbund CD-310):  not found.

3.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1790 (Broderbund CD-311):
1790 HARRINGTON, Oliver VT Rutland Co. p. 38 01-02-02-00-00
Also in Danby:  Oliver's father, John, and Oliver's brothers, Peter and Gardner.

4.  1800

5.  1810

6.  1820

7.  1830

8.  J.C. Williams.  1869.  The History and Map of Danby, Vermont.  McLean & Robbins, Rutland, VT (online at GenealogyLibrary.com):
p. 158 HARRINGTON, OLIVER, from Rhode Island about the year 1777, m. Sylvina Ballou, and settled in the Little Village, on the farm now owned by Stephen Harrington.  He died in 1839, aged 81; his wife quite old in years.  Their family consisted of seven children:  Gary, Andrew, Oliver, Ezra, Elias, Harvey and Susan, m. William Corey.  Oliver m. an Allen and lives in Ellisbury, N.Y. Elias settled in the southern part of Massachusetts, and but little is known of him. Harvey lives in Michigan,
p. 159 and has been for many years engaged in the mercantile business, and is considered a wealthy man.
HARRINGTON, GARY, m. Hannah Corey and settled on a portion of the farm owned by Ira and John Cook.  He was a resident of the town until his death, which occurred in 1843, aged 56.  His wife died in 1864, aged 78.  His children were Sylvina, m. Nelson Kelley; Mahala, m. Nathaniel Anderson of Wallingford; Delinda, m. Abner Wescott; Martha, Henry and Oliver.
HARRINGTON, ANDREW, m. Lydia, da. of Simon Milliard, and settled in the Little Village where he has always lived.  His wife died in 1869.  They raised a family of several children, of whom are Stephen, Daniel, Elias, Lenora, Sylvina, Mahala and Betsey.  Daniel m. Lucinda Sargents and lives in the Little Village.  They have three children: Rosetta, Sylvester and Sylvanus.  Elias m. Diantha Baker and has a family of several children, of whom are Oliver, Sally and Christopher. 

9.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  AF - Ancestral File (online at FamilySearch.org).

10.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  IGI - International Genealogical Index (online at FamilySearch.org).

11.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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