Mary Hill (Frost) (1676 - 1753) MP

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Birthplace: Kittery, York, Maine
Death: Died in Berwick, York, Maine
Managed by: Eileen Patricia Burroughs
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Immediate Family

About Mary Hill (Frost)

Mary Frost was Born October 18, 1676 in Kittery, York, Maine and Died 1753 in Berwick, York, Maine

  • parents: Daughter of Charles Frost and Mary Bolles

married

  1. December 12, 1694 in Kittery, York, Maine to John Hill (1666-1713). He was the son of Roger Hill & Mary Cross.

Children

  1. John Hill Born January 8, 1703 in Berwick, York, Maine, USA, died March 2, 1772 in South Berwick, York, Maine, USA. Married Elizabeth Gerrish.
  2. Abigail
  3. Elisha
  4. Eunice
  5. Sarah
  6. Mary

Sources

  1. Fort Mary, Biddeford Pool
  2. Descendants of David Evans of Charleston, Massachusetts: to which is appended partial records of certain families connected with them by marriage (Google eBook) Simeon Adams Evans. s.n., 1893 - 107 pages.  Page 87

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Mary Hill's Timeline

1676
October 18, 1676
Kittery, York, Maine
1692
1692
- 1708
Age 15
Biddeford, York, Maine, United States

From http://www.mypnw.us/stuff/history/Biddeford/1601-1700/1692_FtMaryEs...

Vine's town, Saco, takes shape

In 1692, as part of King William's War, Fort Mary was established in Saco Maine, at the top of Saco Falls, on the Biddeford Side of the falls.  It was built to protect the surrounding Regions and was was located by Massachusetts Governor William Phips.

Unfortunately, the site was obliterated by construction of mill.  There is note of the fort's foundations when the mills were being constructed, but no photographs were taken at the site.

The photograph is of Ft Henry, which was built in Pemaquid.  It is of the same design as Ft Mary.

The construction of these two Forts so worried the natives in the region that they sued for peace.

 

GARNISHED FROM "Colonial Wars of North America, 1512-1763 : An Encyclopedia "

1694
December 12, 1694
Age 18
Kittery, York, Maine
1695
December 6, 1695
Age 19
1701
January 15, 1701
Age 24
ME, USA
January 15, 1701
Age 24
1703
March 2, 1703
Age 26
1706
December 15, 1706
Age 30
1709
February 3, 1709
Age 32
Saco, York, Maine
1712
November 1, 1712
Age 36