Preserved Abell (1644 - 1724) MP

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Birthplace: Weymouth, Suffolk County (Present Norfolk County), Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
Death: Died in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States
Occupation: Lieutenant
Managed by: Lori Wilke
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About Preserved Abell

Remarks : Vital Records of Rehoboth,MA , 162-1896 - Arnold; The Abell family in America

  The Abell family was friendly with King Philip before the war. King Philip would often visit their home, sitting in a chair later to be nick named "King Philips Chair". When the war broke out, King Philip sacked the village burning down 30 barns and 40 houses. King Philip sat in the chair from the Abell family home and watched the village burn. Afterwards, he then set fire to the chair itself but only scorched it a little. The chair is still in existance.
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Lt. Preserved Abell's Timeline

1644
April 11, 1644
Weymouth, Suffolk County (Present Norfolk County), Massachusetts Bay Colony, (Present USA)
1667
September 27, 1667
Age 23
Rehoboth, Bristol Co., Ma
1672
1672
Age 27
1677
November 18, 1677
Age 33
Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA
1686
December 27, 1686
Age 42
Rehoboth, Bristol County, Dominion of New England (Present Massachusetts), (Present USA)
1687
1687
Age 42
1689
1689
Age 44
1689
Age 44
1690
1690
Age 45
1691
1691
Age 46