picture Elijah Sanborn

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Abt 1821
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Parents
         Father: Ebenezer Sanborn
         Mother: Lydia

Spouses and Children
1. *Mary F. Bickford
       Marriage: Jul 19, 1866 - Raymond, NH

Notes
Marriage Notes (Mary F. Bickford)
NHVR Elijah Sanborn of Raymond to Mary F. Beck of Raymond, he 45, she 30, his 3rd marriage her second. Parents given on record.

picture Elinor Sanborn

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: in Ellsworth, ME
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Spouses and Children
1. *Lincoln Lewis
       Marriage: 
       Children:
                1. Daniel N. Lewis


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Eliphalet Sanborn

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Jul 28, 1730 - Hampton, NH
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          Death: Jul 27, 1794 - Epsom, NH
         Burial: in McClary-Epsom, NH Center Cemetery, Epsom, NH
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Parents
         Father: Reuben Sanborn
         Mother: Margaret Richardson

Spouses and Children
1. *Margaret Wallace
       Marriage: Nov 19, 1761 - Epsom, NH
       Children:
                1. Josiah Sanborn
                2. Lydia Sanborn
                3. Rachel Sanborn
                4. Deacon William Sanders Sanborn
                5. Andrew Sanborn
                6. Margaret Sanborn
                7. Jane McClary Sanborn
                8. Simon Sanborn
                9. Caleb Sanborn
                10. Eliphalet Sanborn

Notes
General:
Epsom, NH Vital Records give date of birth as July 19, 1730. Revolutionary War Vet.

1763 June 12 Eliphalet Sanborn & Margaret his Wife Renewed there Baptizmal Covenant

Dear T. J.,

I hope life finds you and your parents well.

I purchased William Jones' book, Vital Statistics of Epsom, NH 1727-1927, and am very pleased with it. I must make one correction, p. 242. under "Rev. War Service Record" Eliphalet Sanborn, "none found."

After 3 years of wrangling with the DAR, I finally convinced them to return Eliphalet Sanborn's status to that of SOL (soldier) as it was recorded in the DAR Index of 1966. Here is what the DAR wrote: March 24, 1998, "We have made the correction to Eliphalet Sanborn's service to include that as Soldier under Capt. Benjamin Emery, and Colonel Nahum Baldwin."

This correction occurred after a great deal of effort on my part to exonerate his status. I was therefore dismayed to see his service in the Revolution once more obliterated.

Eliphalet Sanborn's service record can be found in the following:

Virgil D. White, "Index to Revolutionary War Service Records, Vol. IV:S-Z,"p.2360.
N.H. State Papers, by Hammond, Vol. 16, Rev. War Rolls, Part III, p.430. Look for Col. Nahum Baldwin's Regiment, 1776, the Battle at White Plains Oct. 28, 1776. Eliphalet served in Cap. Benj. Emery's Co. in Col. Baldwins Regiment.

Battles in 1755 and 1758.
The Military History of The State of NH, >From Its Settlement, in 1623, to the Rebellion, in 1861, by C. E. Potter (1866), p. 146 (Eliphalet Sanborn, Sergeant) and p. 202 (Eliphalet Sanborn, 2nd Lieutenant).

Warmest Regards,
Linda
Mark and Linda Anderson

DAR Vol 31, page 163 "fought in the early wars, served in the Burgoyne campaign."

From The Minnesota Society of the Sons of the American Revolution; Eliphalet Sanborn was born at Hampton, N.H., July 9, 1730; removed to Epsom, N.H. about 1760, and died there July 27, 1794. He enlisted as a private in the New Hampshire militia at Epsom, and served in the campaign around Lake Champlain and at Ticonderoga in the year 1777, and was present at the surrender of Burgoyne after the battle of Saratoga. In the campaign he was disabled by sickness and rendered unfit for military duty, and the tradition of the family is that his life was shortened from ten to twenty years by exposure incident to the military services rendered at the age of 47 years. Eliphalet Sanborn had served a term of enlistment in the Colonial or English Army in the French and Indian war from 1758 to 1760, in a company organized at Hampton, NH, in th eyear 1858, and had been under the command of Major-General Wolfe in Northern New York and Canada. Whether he was one of the five thousand that formed the English line of battle on the Plains of Abraham in September, 1759, is not known. This service no boubt led to his further military service in the Revolutionary War, after he was 47 years of age, during which he naturally broke down in health, and was never afterwards a well man.

R 68-132 August 11, 1761
Thomas Bickford of Epsom, yeoman, to Eliphalet Sanbon of Epsom gentleman,
part of a lot of land being No. 12 lying on ye main road beginning at the southern most end of said lot bounded on Eljphalet and Reubem Sanborn's land running northwesterly ye width of the said lot until it completes 33 acres and thier bonded upon said Bickford eastwardly bounded on Samuel Blake's land westwardly on common as proprietors land.

Will of Eliphalet Sanborn Rockingham Probate 6025 August 3, 1790
In the name of God, Amen. This third day of August 1790, I Eliphalet Sandborn of Epsom in the County of Rockingham and State of New Hampshire, Gentleman, through the goodness of God in good health of body and of a sound disposing mind and memory, but knowing it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last will and testament, that is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my sould into the hands of God, that gave it, and my body I commit to the Earth to be buried in a Christian manner at the direction of my executor hereafter named, and ___ such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to bestow upon me. I give, demise and dispose of in the following manner.
Imprimus, my will is that my just debts and funeral charges shall be paid and discharged by my Executor,
Item I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Margaret Sandborn two cows and six sheep and the keeping of them during the term she remains my widow. I also give to her the southerly room in my house the half of the kitchen in said house and a privilege in the cellar to put in any stores that she shall have occasion to during the term she remains my widow, and I also give unto my said wife fifty weight of good pork, fifty weight of good beef, twelve bushels of good corn and two barrels of cider yearly and every year to be paid to her by my Executor during the time she remains my widow and I further give and bequeath unto my said wife all my household furniture within doors at the disposal forever.
Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Lydia McGaffey fifteen shillings to be paid to her in one year after by decease by Exevutor.
Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Rachel Sandborn, six pounds to be paid to her in one year after my decease by by Executor unless sooner married and if sooner married at the time of her marriage.
Item I give and bequeath to my daughter Margaret Sandborn six pounds to be paid to her by my Executor in two years after my decease unless she is sooner married and if sooner married at the time of her marriage.
Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Jane Sandborn, six pounds to me paid to her by my Executor when she becomes the age of twenty one years unless sooner married and if sooner married, at the time of her marriage.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son William Sandborn fifteen shillings to be paid by my Executor in one year after my decease.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son Andrew Sandborn, fifte acres of land in some part of this state, fit to make a lsettlement, to be purchased and paid at the discretion of my Executor unless the said Andrew should leave my Executor before he arrives to the age of twenty one years to learn a trade of any kind, then the said Andrew to have but fifteen shillings only, and if he should not leave my Executor to learn a trade, then my Executor to pocure for him said land when he becomes the age of twenty one years.
Item I give and bequeath to my son Simon Sandborn fifty acres of land in some part of this __ to make a settlement to be purchased by and at the discretion of my Executor unless the said Simon should leave my Executor before he arrives to the age of twenty one years to learn a trade of any kind, then the said Simon to have fifteen shillings only to tbe paid in one year after my decease by my Executor, if he should not learn a trade and continue with my Executor till he arrives to the age of twenty one years, then my Executor to procure for him the said land.
Item I give and bequeath to my son Caleb Sandborn, fifty acres of land in some part of this State fir to make a settlement to be purchased by and at the discretion of my Executor unless the said Caleb should leave by Executor before he arrives to the age of twenty one years to learn a trade of any kind, then the said Caleb to have fifteen shillings only to be paid by my Executor in one year after my decease and if he should not learn a trade and continues with my Executor till he becomes the age of twenty one years then my Executor to procure for him said land.
Item I geve and bequeath unto my son Eliphalet Sandborn Junr fifty acres of land in some part of this State fir to make a settlement to be purchased by and at the discretion of my Executor unless the said Eliphalet Junr shold leave my Executor before he arrives to the age of twenty one years to learn a trade of any kind, then the said Eliphalet to have fifteen shillings only to be paid by my Executor when he becomes of the age of twenty one years and if the said Eliphalet should not learn a trade and continue with my Executor till he becomes of the age of twenty one years, then my Executor to procure to him said land.
Item I give and bequeath unto my son Josiah Sandborn all the rest, residue and remainder of my estate whether real or personal wheresoever or whatsoever I have not in this will disposed of. I give unto the said Josiah his heirs and assigns forever and I do hereby constitute make and ordain the said Josiah Sandborn sole Executor of this my last will and testament and I do also revoke and disavow all and every will or wills by me in any wide heretofore made ratifying and confirming this to be my last will and testament. In witness whereof I do hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year first mentions. Signed, sealed, pronounces and declared by the said Eliphalet Sandborn to be his last will and testament in presence of the subscribers - Reuben Sanborn, David McC Hendricks, Michael McClary.
Signed Eliphalet Sanborn and Margaret (her mark) Sanborn [Will proved Sept. 17, 1794]
I Margraet Sanborn relict of Eliphalet Sanborn late of Epsom deceased hereby signify my acceptance of the provisions made for me in his will in lieu of Dower - and am content that an Inventory of his Estate should not be taken - having received of the Executor of said will the household goods therein given to me as witness my hand September 17, 1794. Witness Nathl Allen, Anna Sanborn, Signed Margeret (her mark) Sanborn

picture Eliphalet Sanborn

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Mar 4, 1790 - Epsom, NH
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Parents
         Father: Eliphalet Sanborn
         Mother: Margaret Wallace

Spouses and Children
1. *Jane Scott
       Marriage: Sep 3, 1838 - St. Joseph, Michigan

Notes
General:
Sanborn Genealogy gives birth year as 1791, Epsom, NH Vital Records as 1790. Resided in White Pigeon, MI. Several Children

1840 US Census, White Pigeon, St. Joseph, Michigan
1 male 10-14
1 male 50-59
1 female 15-19
1 female 40-49

1850 United States Federal Census
Name: Eliphalet Sanborn
Age: 61
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1789
Gender: Male
Home in 1850 (City,County,State): Clay, Lagrange, Indiana
Household Members:
Eliphalet Sanborn 61
Jane Sanborn 55
Mary A Phillips 13
John Pike 40

1860 US Census, Joliet, Illinois (possible this Eliphalet?)
James Sanburn, 41, age 41, born NH abt. 1819
Elizabeth Sanburn, 38, born England, abt. 1822
Ellen Sanburn, 13, born abt. 1847, England
Eliphalet Sanburn, age 70, born 1790, NH
Ellen Sanburn, age 68, born abt. 1792, England
Marriage Notes (Jane Scott)
Michigan County Marriages 1820-1935

picture Elisha Sanborn

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: 1741 - Brentwood, NH
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Parents
         Father: Elisha Sanborn
         Mother: Lydia Gordon

Notes
General:
Revolutionary War Soldier

picture Elisha Sanborn

      Sex: M

Individual Information
          Birth: Apr 1, 1710 - North Hampton, NH
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          Death: Dec 22, 1786 - Brentwood, NH
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Parents
         Father: John Sanborn
         Mother: Sarah Philbrick

Spouses and Children
1. *Lydia Gordon
       Marriage: Jun 4, 1723
       Children:
                1. Sarah Sanborn
                2. Sarah Sanborn
                3. Elisha Sanborn
                4. Lydia Sanborn
                5. Capt. John Sanborn
                6. Edward Sanborn


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Eliza Sanborn

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: May 25, 1804 - Lebanon, NH
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Parents
         Father: Deacon William Sanders Sanborn
         Mother: Elizabeth Cass

Notes
General:
Birth from NHVR

picture Eliza J. Sanborn

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: Mar 22, 1825
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Parents
         Father: Edmund Sanborn
         Mother: Ruth R. Griffin


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Eliza Jane Sanborn

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: Feb 22, 1833 - Epsom, NH
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          Death: May 13, 1903 - Haverhill, MA
         Burial: in Linwood Cemetery, Haverhill, MA
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Parents
         Father: Reuben Sanborn
         Mother: Lucretia Tarlton

Spouses and Children
1. *John M. Haseltine
       Marriage: 
       Children:
                1. Joseph Henry Haseltine
                2. Charles A. Haseltine
                3. Ann L. Haseltine
                4. Ella S. Haseltine

Notes
General:
Massachusetts Deaths, 1841-1915, parents Reuben Sanborn and Lucretia Tarlton, both born Epsom.

picture Elizabeth Sanborn

      Sex: F

Individual Information
          Birth: Aug 25, 1738
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Parents
         Father: William Sanborn
         Mother: Elizabeth Dearborn

Spouses and Children
1. *Daniel Sanborn
       Marriage: 
       Children:
                1. Theodate Sanborn
                2. Elizabeth Sanborn
                3. Daniel Sanborn


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