Brian Pendleton and His Descendants, 1599-1910: With Some Account of the Pembleton Families of Orange County, N. Y., Ostego County, N. Y., and Luzerne County, Pa., and Notices of Other Pendletons of Later Origin in the United States, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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I'm rather new at genealogy but I think I see a mistake for #1264 Edith Blanchard Pendleton (7th generation)
She was married to Josey Beverly DuBose, his second wife from Searsport. ME. According to the 1920-1930 census they lived in North Hempstead Long Island. Mr. DuBose was a banker.

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