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James SHERBURNE
Martha SIAS
Husband:  James SHERBURNE
Birth:  1743, Portsmouth, NH
Death:  1824, Sherburne, Chenango Co., NY
Military:  Revolutionary War:  Corporal
Father:  Jethro SHERBURNE (1718/9-1763)
Marriage:
Wife:  Martha SIAS
Birth:  1770s/80s, NH (probably Loudon)
Father:  Capt. Benjamin SIAS
Mother:  Abigail MOORE
Children:
1.  Jethro SHERBURNE
2.  Deborah SHERBURNE
3.  James Sias SHERBURNE
4.  Sarah "Sally" SHERBURNE; m. Jeremiah GILMAN of Gilmanton, NH


Source:

1.  Edward Raymond Sherburne.  1905.  "John Sherburne of Portsmouth, N.H., and Some of His Descendants."  New England Historical and Genealogical Register 59(Jan): 56-61.
p. 59 16.  JETHRO4 SHERBURNE (James,3John,2John1), of Barrington, N.H., was a wealthy farmer and, like his father and brother, James, was a speculator in lands.  He died 1763, aged 44, at Barrington; will proved Dec. 28, 1763.  He had four daughters and only one son,
p. 60 James,5 born in Portsmouth, 1743, died in Sherburne, Chenango Co., N.Y., in 1824, who was a corporal in the Revolution, at Saratoga in 1777 (Rev. War Rolls, N.H.); married Martha, daughter of Capt. Benjamin Sias, and settled in Sherburne, N.Y., and had:  Jethro,6 Deborah, James Sias, and Sally, who married Jeremiah Gilman of Gilmanton, N.H.

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