NameNoah Trask587,588,589
Birth2 May 1755, Sutton, Worcester, Massachusetts590
Census1820, Unadilla, Otsego, New York564 Age: 64
Death15 Oct 1830, Otego, Otsego, New York Age: 75
FatherJosiah Trask (~1720-1797)
MotherAnne Putnam (1726-)
Spouses
Birth5 Oct 1760, Brimfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts591,592
Birth MemoPinelli says Wales, then part of Brimfield.
FatherWilliam Walbridge (1730-1807)
MotherEsther Shaw (1732-1815)
Marriage1 Aug 1781
ChildrenTruman (1780-1855)
 William (~1782-1820)
 Emily (<1784-)
 Hadassah (1785-1854)
 Freeman (1787-1833)
 Theoda (1791-1876)
 Catherine (1795-1861)
Notes for Noah Trask
Banyer (1906) stated that Noah Trask as an old man, lived on a farm on Flax Island Creek in 1810 that was the M.P. Finch place in 1906. [Note that this must only be an approximate date, or that Noah was going back and forth, as he was in Stafford on 4 Jan 1815.] This was the Seymour Trask farm, Seymour was a great-great-great-grandson [mah This is obviously an impossible number of generations between 1755 and 1810. A great-grandson perhaps, or rather, Seymour was then (1906) living on that farm.] Noah is supposed to be a brother of William Trask. It appears that Noah served from Brimfield, MA, but he was not a brother of William Trask (b. 1753), but perhaps a cousin. The timing seems right for him to be the father of the William Trask who died in Chenango County in 1820.

He was a witness to an 16 December 1788, Monson, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts, deed by Peter Trask. He was on Tolland Co., Connecticut, deeds 1798-1810.

Jesse Davis of Monson, Massachusetts, sold to Noah Trask, of Monson, Massachusetts, on 3 April 1784, a 40 acre parcel in Stafford, Connecticut. This was witnessed by Josiah Trask and Peter Trask.

Samuel Davis sold to Noah Trask on 25 February 1790 a 30 acre parcel in Stafford.

Stephen Scott and Samuel Davis sold to Noah Trask on 23 December 1790. 32 acres in Stafford.

Noah Trask, of Stafford, sold to Abel Jewet of Holland a 62 acre piece of land in Stafford adjoining Jedediah Cady on 4 Jan 1815. Witnessed by Truman Trask. Recorded on 9 Jan 1815, with Noah personally present. Important in that it puts Noah and Truman there at that time.

Noah Trask, of Stafford, sold to Henry J. Cady of Monson, Massachusetts, 40 acres in Stafford (on the Colony [sic] line), on 4 Feb 1815, Noah appeared the same day.

Virkus also has the data that he went from Stafford, Connecticut, to "Otega, New York" [sic, obvious error for Otego].

Pinelli (?) has his date of death as 15 October 1850 and I think the year here is an error [M.A.H.]

The 1800 census data has: males 0-1-1-1-0; females 2-1-1-1-0183, 592
Military
Revolutionary War veteran, served from Brimfield.
Notes for Deborah (Spouse 1)
I would guess that she is the daughter or sister of the Maj. Walbridge whose land is involved in the deals by the Trasks in Stafford, Connecticut.
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