Last Edited=7 Jun 2008
She lived in 1850 in Gibson, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, USA.1 She appeared on the census of 1850 in the household of Corbett Pickering and Tamar Denny in Gibson, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, USA. She appeared on the census of 1860 in the household of Corbett Pickering and Tamar Denny in Gibson, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania, USA.3 Her married name was Gaume. From the History of Susquehanna County.
“Jotham and Phineas Pickering, brothers, settled in New Milford from Massachusetts, in 1793. Five years later, in 1798, they settled in Gibson, the latter at Gelatt Hollow. He had sons,-Augustus, Joseph and John B. The former, Jotham, a soldier in the Revolutionary War, resided on Gibson Hill and died at about fif-ty years of age. His children were…Corbet (1796-1876), father of John D….Corbet, fourth son of Jotham Pickering, married Tamar Denny,…Corbet resided for fifteen years after his marriage in North Gibson, and in 1833 settled on the Tunkhannock, a mile below South Gibson, where he erected a saw-mill in 1835 and a grist-mill about 1848. Here he spent the remainder of his life, running his mills and managing his farm. He served in the War of 1812, and went as far as Danville. Both himself and wife were members of the Baptist Church and attended at Gelatt Hollow. Their children are…Cordilla, was the wife of Frank Gaum, and died in Michigan…”.4
- [S3] Ancestry.com, 1850 United States Federal Census, Year: 1850; Census Place: Gibson, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania; Roll: M432_829; Page: 285; Image: 561.
- [S1] Ancestry.com, OneWorldTree.
- [S11] Ancestry.com, 1860 United States Federal Census, Year: 1860; Census Place: Gibson, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania; Roll: M653_1185; Page: 216; Image: 217.
- [S6] Blackman, History of Susquehanna County, 1873.