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Jonathan D. SIAS
Eliza B. COLMAN
WARNING:  I have no proof that the Jonathan D. SIAS who married Eliza B. COLMAN in Brookline is the one living with and working for James AMORY in the 1850 census of Brookline, but it seems highly probably.  So… did Eliza die, perhaps giving birth to her first child?  Or is she living elsewhere?  Or was the marriage annulled?
Husband:  Jonathan D. SIAS 
Birth:  1823/4, NH
Occupation:  coachman
Marriage:  27 May 1848, Brookline, Norfolk Co., MA
Wife:  Eliza B. COLMAN / COLEMAN
Birth:  ca. 1827/8
Children:
-


Sources:

1.  Marriage Index:  Massachusetts, 1633-1850 (Broderbund CD-231):
Sias, Jonathan D. Colman, Eliza B. May 27, 1848 Brookline Norfork Co.

2.  1850 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #50 of 60 — mis-indexed as "Jonathan D. Seas"):  Town of Brookline, Norfolk Co., MA, Roll 331 (Book 1), p. 86B, 287/347 (293/352), enumerated 19 Sep 1850, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen — there was a second set of household/family numbers penciled in under the original numbers):¤
James S. Amory 41 M   Treasurer Corporation 50,000 Mass
[James's wife, children, and other employers]
Jonathan D. Sias 26 M   Coachman    N.H.

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