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Toni Feeney
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  • Saco, ME
  • United States
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Pellom, Pelham and other spelling variations Surname
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Toni Feeney Jul 20, 2012.

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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Paternal Side: Gardner, Pellom, Pelham, Fallon, Hutton, Moisan, Hitchcock, Turcotte, Bartlett, Spaulding, Sleeper and others
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Vermont, New York, New Hampshire, Connecticut
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Was Interested in my heritage and now want to have the research for my children and grandchildren.
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1790 Census: Slave Holders, Other Free Persons and Slaves

1790 Census: Slave Holders, Other Free Persons and Slaves
Dec 29, 2019

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Simon Drock and Lot Little 1790 census New Hampshire

While doing some research for the 1790 Census: Slave Holders, Other Free Persons and Slaves website I found a couple of wonderful sites containing great information for a Simon Drock and Lot Little of New Hampshire.

Simon Drock was living in Newport, Cheshire County, NH in the 1790 census. Simon Drock, born about 1760 was the son of a Negro slave by the name of Guy Drock. Guy was the slave of… Continue

Posted on August 16, 2009 at 7:00am

1790 Census: Slave Holders, Other Free Persons and Slaves

Have set up a website with information relating to the 1790 Census: Slave Holders, Other Free Persons and Slaves.

The 1790 census consists of Connecticut, Maine (part of Massachusetts in 1790), Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Vermont.

Right now the site is for the state of New Hampshire and lists Slave… Continue

Posted on July 24, 2009 at 5:03pm

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At 8:45am on December 4, 2017, Robert L. Gardner said…

Good Morning Toni,

If you are Toni Gardner Feeney then you are my cousin.  My wife and I recently moved to Wells from Nantucket and I would love to connect with you.  I have a lot of family papers that I inherited from my dad, Vivien, when he passed away that I think you would be interested in.  My cell phone is 508 325-2481 and my email is    If you are not my cousin I apologize for the intrusion.


 Rob Gardner

12 Birdie lane

Wells, ME  04090

At 9:55am on July 17, 2012, Martha Hazard-Small said…

Hello Toni

Please contact me regarding the Pellom family connection to the Hazards of Vermont. I am especially interested in the John Dunbar you mention as i believe he is my Henry Dunbar's father. Any info is greatly appreciated

Martha Hazard-Small





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