Person:William Deering (3)

Watchers
m. 14 Mar 1793
  1. Eunice Deering1794 - 1797
  2. John Deering1795 - 1797
  3. Hannah Deering1797 - 1877
  4. Jeremiah Deering1798 - 1877
  5. Abigail Deering1801 - 1825
  6. Mary Deering1802 - 1828
  7. Lois Deering1804 - 1880
  8. John Deering1806 - 1859
  9. William Deering1809 - 1809
  10. Isabella Deering1810 -
  11. William Deering1812 - 1878
  12. Charles Deering1814 - 1837
m. Aft. 30 Oct 1841
  1. Caroline Mary Deering1843 -
  2. Abbie Fives Deering1844 - 1933
  3. Isabella H. Deering1846 -
  4. Harriet L. Deering1850 - Bef 1860
  5. Louise L. DeeringAbt 1854 -
  6. Adaline M. DeeringAbt 1857 -
Facts and Events
Name William Deering
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 3 Mar 1812 Gorham, Cumberland, Maine, United States
Marriage Aft. 30 Oct 1841 to Betsey Seavey Larrabee
Death[1] 18 Nov 1878 North Scarborough, Cumberland, Maine, United States


Source:The history of Gorham , Maine says he lived on a farm in the south part of the town, on South St.

1850 US Census, Scarborough, Cumberland Co, ME
Dearing, William, age 36, Farmer, ME
Dearing, Betsey S., age 39, ME
Dearing, Mary E, age 9, ME
Dearing, Abby F, age 5, ME
Dearing, Isabel, age 3, ME
Dearing, Harriet L, age 3 mos, ME

1860 US Census, Gorham, Cumberland, Maine
Deering, William, age 43, Farmer, ME
Deering, Betsey, age 36
Deering, Mary C, age 17
Deering, Abbie, age 15
Deering, Isabell, age 13
Deering, Luella, age 5
Deering, Addie M. age 2

1870 US Census, 7th Ward in Portland, Cumberland, ME
Small, William T, age 26, Bank Clerk, ME
Small, Isabel H, age 23, Keeping House, ME
Deering, William, age 57, ME
Deering, Betsey S, age 49, ME
Deering, Louisa L, age 15, ME
Deering, Addie M, age 22, ME

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 McLellan, Hugh D., and Katharine B Lewis. The history of Gorham, Maine. (Portland, ME: Smith & Sale, 1903), 469.

    William Deering, s/o Jeremiah Deering and Molly Sawyer, b. Mar. 3, 1812, m. Betsey Larrabee of Scarboro; d. at No. Scarboro, Nov. 18, 1878

  2. The Source:The history of Gorham , Maine says he was "born in what was then Scarborough, now Gorham".