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Richard and Charles Townley

Richard and Charles Townley were early residents of the town, but removed to Tompkins County, New York, subsequently. They conveyed their interest in lands to M. de Noailles. Richard Townley had ten children, five of each sex, and was a prominent citizen in New York; was judge of the county courts, and a member of the State legislature for several terms. He died on the farm he settled on in 1838. Charles Townley had two sons and one daughter; was a farmer, a deacon in the Baptist church, highly esteemed, and died in 1820. R. Alexander, his son Robt., R. Cooley, Benajah Stone, wore also settlers before 1793

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