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Timothy CHENEY (1745-1807)
Source:  Charles Henry Pope.  1897.  The Cheney Genealogy. (Self-published) Barta Press, Boston (online at GenealogyLibrary.com).
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44. TIMOTHY,5 (Timothy,4 John,3 Daniel,2 John,1) b. in Newton Oct. 18, 1745, m. Nov. 16, 1767, Susanna Cook, of Needham, b. Oct. 8, 1743, being then a resident of Marlborough.  He moved several times during his early married life.  He had a large family of large children.  Used to joke about his "forty two feet of boys."  Maintained a good character and did efficient work through troublous times.  He was a brick and stone mason; built the first brick house in Rutland, Vt.  The church records of Lancaster register the baptism of four children of "Timothy Cheney who owned the covenant at Stow."  He removed finally to Rutland, Vt.; resided on the Main st., where many of his descendants have since been born; he d. Feb. 19, 1807.  The widow d. June 9, 1836, at Addison, Vt. 

                                                                 CHILDREN.

        I. SUSANNAH,6 b. Dec. 7, 1768, d. unmarried.

       II. ENOCH,6 b. Nov. 23, 1770.

111.  III. TIMOTHY,6 b. Sept. 12, 1773, bapt. at Lancaster Aug. 7, 1774.

112.   IV. ELIAKIM,6 b. Sept. 2, bapt. at Lancaster Sept. 10, 1775.

113.    V. ABEL,6 b. Dec. 2, 1777, bapt. at Lancaster Jan. 4, 1778.

114.   VI. ABNER,6 b. June 6, bapt. at Lancaster June 18, 1780.

115.  VII. HIRAM,6 b. May 29, 1783.

116. VIII. PRENTISS DANA,6 b. Jan. 14, 1786.

Family Group Sheet of Timothy CHENEY & Susanna COOK
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