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Thank you for all the information. Actually I am not a Lindsley but as the NJ Registrar for the Colonial Dames I am helping a Lindsley descendant - from Ogden through Abby to Cornelius Norwood, her grandfather. Most of my data has come from Ancestry.com although I have copied pages from "The History of the Lindsley Families" by John M. Lindly, 1850, 1860 and 1920 census and an abstract of Ebenezer's will, died 1784 in which he names his wife Eleanor,son Nathaniel and grandson Samuel. You may not know that both John Ward, Eleanor's great-grandfather, and Francis Lindly, the first Ebenezer's father, both signed the Fundamental Agreement of Newark,1666-1667 which makes them eleigble ancestors for the Dames.