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James WOODMANSEE
Azubah CORBIN
Husband:  James WOODMANSEE
Marriage:  26 Feb 1792, CT
Wife:  Azubah CORBIN
Children:
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Sources:

1.  Lorraine Cook White, ed.  1994-2002.  The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records.  55 vols.  Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD (online at Ancestry.com).  On p. 124:
CORBIN, Azubah, m. James WOODMANSEE, Feb 26, 1792 Vol. 2, Page 118

2.  1800 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  the only James WOODMANSEE in the entire 1800 census is an older man (45+) with an older wife (45+) and nine children living in Washington Co., RI.  There is also a James WOODMANCY in Fayette Co., PA, who is also a man over 45 with a wife over 45.

3.  1810 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  There is a James WOODMANSEE (10010-10010) in Preston, New London Co., CT, and a James WOODMANCY (00101-01120) in Brooklyn, Windham Co., CT.  There is a James WOODMANSEE in Fayette Co., PA, and two James WOODMANCY's in Washington Co., RI.

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