My closest brick wall at the present, and therefore the woman who could provide the most new New England ancestry for me, is Deborah, the wife of Nathaniel-5 (Samuel-4 William-3-2 George-1) Wallis of New Hampshire. We know her given name since she released her dower on a deed dated 27 August 1792. Her children were born between 1772 and 1794. She was probably born about 1750 and she is probably still alive in the 1830 census, although women weren't separately enumerated at that point. Her children were Samuel, Nathaniel, John, James, Joseph, Jacob, Isaac, Deborah, and Meribah. No death record, gravestone, or probate record exist for her or her husband. Her husband didn't serve in the American Revolution either, or never applied for a pension. There is a gap in his children's estimated births from 1777 to 1784 which is telling. The actual birth records from Moultonborough are missing. The children are gathered from their respective marriage records there. Nathaniel was born in Greenland, lived in Epsom and then moved to Moultonborough before removing once more to New Durham. Deborah was probably from Greenland or Epsom. Who is the question.