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Notes from My Legacy file:
Name: Ephriam Coon

Parents: Henry Abel Coon and Mary Ann Silas
Life Range: 22 Feb 1794 - 29 Dec 1868
Age:

Marriage: _______________. Marana Knapp ( -1908).
1794 Feb 22 Birth: New York, Ontario County, Mendon Township, Honeoye Falls Village.
20 1814 Son born (#7): _______________. Milton Coon (1814-1904). Died in 1904.
22 1816 Son born (#8): _______________. Leander Coon (1816- ).
Unknown Spouse: _______________. Marana Knapp ( -1908). Died on 18 Mar 1908, buried in Hillside Cemetary, Palmyra, Wisconsin.
23 1817 Son born (#2): _______________. William Coon (1817- ).
23 1817 Jun 4 Son born (#3): New York, Onondaga County, Manlius. Miles Coon (1817-1903). born in Manlius, Onondaga County, New York. Died on 11 Sep 1903 in Palmyra, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.
30 1825 Jan 18 Son born (#4): New York. Elishe W. Coon (1825-1914). born in New York. Died on 14 Dec 1914 in Palmyra, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.
Unknown Daughter born (#5): _______________. Mary E. Coon.
Unknown Daughter born (#6): _______________. Caroline Coon.
38 1832 Nov 13 Son born (#1): New York, Onondaga County, Manlius. Hiram E. Coon (1832-1875). born in Manlius, Onondaga County, New York. Died on 4 Oct 1875 in Palmyra, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.
56 1850 Census: Wisconsin, Jefferson County, Palmyra. age 54 living with son Hiram Ephraim Coon
66 1860 Census: _______________. WI, Jefferson,Palmyra; age 64; occ: farmer, trapper; b. NY.
74 1868 Dec 29 Death: Wisconsin, Ephriam.
104 1898 Alt. Burial: Wisconsin, Jefferson County, Palmyra. Alt. Burial Old limestone gravestone.

General Notes: Burial Information from Cemetery compiled by Thomas Riddell Sankey (1940s) visited grave site, grave marker descriptions

Ada Charley letter to Thomas Riddell Sankey "Mother used to speak of her grandfather ephriam Coon, but not of a grandmother Coon. Perhaps she died in the East, Honoye Falls, NY.... Mother once said Ephriam, WI was named for our Grandfather Ephriam, Grandfather Coon had a store at Sturgeon bay in the early days and a boat on Lake Michigan".

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