Louis DUBOIS
Esther Catherine HORTON


Husband:  Louis DUBOIS
Birth:  1 Nov 1800, Ulster Co., New York  
Death:  1 Apr 1860, Broome Co., New York 
Burial:
Father:  Daniel DUBOIS
Mother:  Delight BURROWS

Marriage:  21 Nov 1831, New York 

Wife:  Esther Catherine HORTON
Birth:  27 Jan 1811, New Lebanon, Columbia Co., New York 
Death:  16 Apr 1885, Binghamton, Broome Co., New York  
Burial:  
Father:  Thomas HORTON Jr.   
Mother:   Charlotte LINSEY 

Children:
1. Caroline A. DUBOIS, b: 25 Sep 1832, Vestal, Broome Co., New York
2. Esther Delight DUBOIS, b: 18 Oct 1843, Vestal, Broome Co., New York
3. Hannah C. DUBOIS, b: 27 Aug 1846, Vestal, Broome Co., New York
4. Ella M. DUBOIS, b: 25 Mar 1850, Vestal, Broome Co., New York
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Notes:

1840 Federal Census Data (M704_0266, Page 347), Vestal, Broome Co., New York

 NAME

 

< 5

5-9

10-14

15-19

20-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-69

70-79

80-89

90-99

 DUBOIS, L

Males

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Females

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Indicates:

 

 

 

 

Number/ Sex

Age

Therefore Born

Inferred

 

 1 Male

30 39

1801 1810

  =  Louis              (b: 1800)

 

 1 Female

5 9

1831 1835

  =  Caroline          (b: 1832)    

 

 1 Female

20 29

1811 1820

  =  Esther             (b: 1811)

 

1850 Federal Census Data (M432_0478, Page 472), Vestal, Broome Co., New York,
                                                                                                                     Enumeration Date 24-Oct-1850, Family #3836

 NAME

Age

Sex

 Occupation
or Trade

Real Estate

POB

In Sch.

Marr.
W/I Yr.

D, D, B, I,  I, P, or C

 DUBOIS, Lewis

42

M

 Miller

---

NY

 

 

 

                Ester

37

F

 

 

NY

 

 

 

                Delight

7

F

 

 

NY

 

 

 

                Hannah

4

F

 

 

NY

 

 

 

                Ella

3m

F

 

 

NY

 

 

 

By 1860, Louis had just died and Delight & Hannah were living with their sister Caroline and her family.  Esther and Ella cannot be found.  Esther later married James Hall but by 1880 she was again a widow living with her youngest daughter Ella and her family.
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