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Madeleine Allen (1692 - 1764)

De son vrai nom: Sarah Allen. Née en 1684 ou 1692, originaire de Deerfield, comté de Franklin au Massachusetts de l'union d'Edward Allen (1663-1740) et de Mercy Painter (1664-?). Ses pare...

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Seaborn Burt MP (1706 - 1759)

Seaborn was born at sea, on the return of his parents from captivity in Canada, whither they were carried by the French and Indians, after the destruction of Deerfield, Mass. on Feb 29, 1704. In Ju...

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Sarah Burt MP (1681 - 1749)

She and her husband Benjamin Burt were captives after the French and Indian sack of Deerfield, a young settlement of Massachusetts, in 1704. Most of the people of that town were killed and a majority o...

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Benjamin Burt MP (1680 - 1759)

See About Me of his wife, Sarah Belding. She and her husband, Benjamin Burt, were taken captive in the Deerfield Massacre of 1704 and taken to Canada. They were released in a deal in 1706. Their son, S...

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Elizabeth Belding MP (1654 - 1696)

Elizabeth & Daniel were the parents of fourteen children. They lived in Deerfield, Mass. & Wethersfield, Conn. -------------------- The following was taken from the Hatfield Town Becords: "Elizab...

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James Corse (1694 - 1783)

Elizabeth Caitlin's son, James Corse, went to Canada in 1730 to try to bring his sister (Elizabeth) home, without success after she had been kidnapped by the Mohawk in 1704. James, born around 16...

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Abigail French (1698 - d.)

Abigail French was a member of the party of women and children who were marched across the frozen Lake Huron by the French and Mohawks following the massacre at Deerfield, Massachusetts. Her sister Mar...

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Mary French (1687 - d.)

Mary French was taken to Canada by the French soldiers and Huron Indians following the DeerfieldMasscre in 1704. She was redeemed with her Father and brother Thomas in 1706. Freedom, Martha, and Abig...

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Thomas French, Jr., (1689 - 1759)

Freedom, Martha, and Abigail were all captured at Deerfield, marched to Canada, and never returned. Freedom and Martha married and had large families. Abigail assimilated in to an Indian way of life an...

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David Hoyt, Jr. (c.1676 - 1704)

www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm Killed in the Meadow during the 1704 Deerfield Indian massacre. www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.h...

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Samuel Hinsdale, (A) (1703 - 1704)

Killed in the attack.

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Ruth Catlin MP (1684 - d.)

Ruth Catlin (c1684) and her brother John (Jan. 8,1687) survived the rigor of the trip to Canada and back after the raid and capture, by Indians, of the Deerfield, Mass. community in 1704. According to ...

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Elizabeth Corse (1696 - 1766)

Elizabeth Corse, dau. of James Corse and Elizabeth Catlin, b. Deerfield, Mass., c 1696, was captured, she was 8 years old, during the Indian raid on Deerfield and transported to Canada. Altho others we...

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John Catlin, III MP (1687 - 1766)

John Catlin, son of John Catlin and Mary Baldwin, was b. in Deerfield, Mass. on Jan. 8,1687; m. with JEMIMA ALLEN (1697-1772) on Mar. 1, 1714/15 in Deerfield, Mass. He died Dec. 1,1766 in Deerfield, Ma...

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Elizabeth Corse (1667 - 1704)

Elizabeth Catlin, dau. of John Catlin (1643-1704) and Mary Baldwin (1644-1704), was b. Deerfield, Mass; married with James Corse (___-1696) about 1690. She was captured in the raid on Derryfield on Feb...

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Jonathan Catlin (1679 - 1704)

Jonathan Catlin, son of John Catlin and Mary Baldwin, was one of those killed in the Indian raid at Deerfield, Mass. in 1704

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Mary Catlin MP (1644 - 1704)

MARY2, Joseph1 Mary Baldwin is a great personage in my ancestry. John Catlin and wife Mary (Baldwin) Catlin Mary Baldwin, dau. of Joseph Baldwin and Hannah Whitlock, was b. c1644 in Milford Ct. and...

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Joseph Catlin MP (c.1673 - 1704)

Joseph Catlin, son of John Catlin (1643-1704) and Mary Baldwin (1644-1704) was b. 1673. He m. with HANNAH SHELDON. He was killed at the Deerfield Massacre. He was one of seven who defended the Stebbins...

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Simon Beaman (c.1645 - c.1711)

Captured

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Hannah Beaman (c.1646 - 1739)

Captured

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Daniel Belding (c.1648 - 1732)

The following was taken from the Hatfield Town Becords: "Elizabeth, wife to Daniel Beldenye head of the family, together with Daniel Belden, John Belden and Thankful Belden, their chidren, were all...

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Hepzibah Belding MP (1649 - 1704)

Married first to Thomas Wells in Hadley on January 12, 1673. Married second to Daniel Belding on February 17, 1699 in Deerfield, Massachusetts. Moved to Hadley Mass in 1673 and to Deerfield, Mass. ...

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Joseph Alexander (1681 - d.)

Escaped First night

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Sarah Warner (1699 - d.)

Captured, Redeemed

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Ebenezer Warner (c.1676 - d.)

Captured, Redeemed

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Benjamin Waite (c.1640 - 1704)

BENJAMIN WAITE (second-generation in America) son of Thomas was known as "the scout" in Queen Ann's War and was first mentioned in the records Hatfield in 1644 when he received a grant of land of four ...

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Benoni Stebbins MP (c.1655 - 1704)

Survivor of Falls Fight, King Philip's War. Fought under Capt. William Turner. He was a casualty of the Deerfield Massacre of 29 Feb 1702 His first wife, married about 1676 or 1677, was Mary Brough...

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Hannah Sheldon (1660 - 1704)

She was killed by a shot through the door, while sitting upright in her bed, during the Deerfield Massacre of 29 February 1703/4. First wife of John Sheldon, and daughter of John Stebbins and Abiga...

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Remembrance Sheldon (1693 - 1758)

Kidnapped in the Indian massacre and kidnapping of 1704. Ransomed in 1706 www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm

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Mercy Sheldon (1701 - 1704)

Killed in the 1704 Indian Massacre and Kidnapping www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm

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Lydia Pomeroy (1694 - d.)

Captured, Later Returned

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Benjamin Hoyt, Hid in a corncrib (c.1692 - 1759)

Curing the 1704 Indian massacre at Deerfield, Benjamin was 11 years old. Tradition says that, hearing the screams in the night, his fright lead him to jump from a window and hide in a corn-bin, where h...

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Abigail Royce MP (1660 - 1720)

David Hoyt's widow endured all the horrors of captivity and returned to Deerfield. She afterwards married Dea. Nathaniel Rice and moved to Wallingford, Ct. ========== Abigail Cook was born around 1...

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Abigail Hoyt (c.1701 - c.1704)

AFter the 1704 Deerfield Indian massacre, she was captured, but killed en route to Canada. www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm

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Ebenezer Hoyt (c.1695 - d.)

He was captured by Indians after the Deerfield Massacre of 1704. He never returned from Canada. www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm

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Joshua Pomeroy MP (1675 - 1714)

Joshua Pomeroy (1675 - 1714) & Repent Weeks (1675 - 1714) The second child of Joshua and Elizabeth Lyman was born on 24 Sep 1675 at Deerfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts and was named Joshua. H...

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Esther Pomeroy (c.1688 - c.1708)

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unknown Mattoon MP (c.1703 - 1704)

ID: I44542 Name: Infant Mattoon Given Name: Infant Surname: Mattoon _UID: 0BCDA1E5AA349D45ACFD37CD71BC63136E4C Change Date: 5 Feb 2003 Birth: ABT 1703 in Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusett...

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Rebecca Mattoon MP (1679 - 1704)

Rebecca Nims Birth: 14 AUG 1679 in Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts 1 2 (twin to John Nims) Death: 29 FEB 1704 in Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts Burial: Old Burying Ground, Deerfield, Fra...

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Philip Mattoon, Jr. MP (c.1680 - 1704)

Captured by Indians in the Deerfield Massacre of 1704. Killed en route to Canada. -------------------- Killed after the 1704 Deerfield Massacre and kidnapping, en route to Canada. www.babcock...

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Sarah Field (c.1687 - c.1757)

Sarah was captured in the Deerfield massacre and kidnapping of 1704. She escaped in 1709, and was recaptured. She was ransomed in 1711. www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_...

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Robert Boltwood (1683 - 1704)

Killed in The Meadow of the Deerfield Indian massacre and kidnapping. www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm

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William Boltwood (c.1687 - c.1714)

Captured in the Deerfield Indian massacre and kidnapping. Died in 1714 returning from Canada. www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm

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Joseph Kellogg, Scout (1691 - 1755)

He was the son of Martin and Sarah (Dickinson / Lane). The mother was not captured, but the father and four children were carried away, a fifth child killed. Joseph was twelve and seems to have unusu...

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Sarah Foote Kellogg (Dickinson) MP (1656 - 1732)

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Martin Kellogg, I MP (1658 - 1732)

Martin KELLOGG Information contributed by Barbara Clark Myall Martin KELLOGG, b. 22 Nov 1658, Boston, Essex Co, MA, d. 27 Jun 1707, Suffield. CT. Father: Joseph KELLOGG, Lieut., (1626-1707) Mot...

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Rebecca Ashley (1695 - d.)

His brother Martin Kellogg returned as did the youngest sister Rebecca.

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Jonathan Kellogg (1698 - 1704)

Killed by Indians at the Deerfield Massacre of 1704 (Mass.)

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William Smead, Jr. MP (c.1635 - 1704)

William Smead Birth: 1635 - Essex, England, Death: 1704 - Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts Parents: William Smead, Judith Stoughton Married: Elizabeth Lawrence He served in King Philip'...

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John French (1704 - 1704)

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Marthe Marguerite Roy (1695 - 1762)

Martha was born in Deerfield Mass and on March 7, 1704 she was kidnapped form her home by French and Indians. Her baby brother, just born was killed and her grandmother died of a broken heart soon afte...

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Marie-Françoise "Freedom" French (1692 - 1757)

Thomas French's Family He was blacksmith, town clerk and deacon. He and all his family were taken. His house was not burned, so the town records were saved. His wife was Mary Catlin, daughter of John...

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Mary French MP (1666 - 1704)

Mary Catlin, wife of Thomas French, was captured and died on the march to Canada after the Indian raid on Deerfield, Mass. in 1704. www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_17...

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Thomas French (c.1657 - 1733)

Deacon, moved to Deerfield, MA. Stay tuned www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm Captured by the Indians in the 1704 Deerfield Massacre and Kidnapping, Thomas French s...

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John Catlin, Jr. MP (1643 - 1704)

www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm Killed in the village during the Deerfield Indian massacre and kidnapping, age 61 The Baldwin Genealogy 1500-1881, by Charles C...

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Sgt. Samuel Boltwood MP (c.1648 - 1704)

Survivor of Falls Fight, King Philip's War. Fought under Capt. William Turner. Killed in the Meadow

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Mary Allis (c.1682 - d.)

Redeemed in 1710

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Samuel Allis (1679 - 1704)

Killed in the Meadow [Ellice], soldier from Hatfield, son of Samuel & Alice (Hawks) Allis.

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Jerusha Williams (twin, b/d. 1701) MP (1701 - c.1704)

The Indians killed numerous settlers in their houses, including Eunice's six-week-old sister Jerusha and younger brother John Williams, Jr. They took captive more than 100 settlers, including 7-yea...

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John Williams, Jr. (c.1698 - 1704)

The Indians killed numerous settlers in their houses, including Eunice's six-week-old sister Jerusha and younger brother John Williams, Jr. They took captive more than 100 settlers, including 7-yea...

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Mary Alexander (1702 - c.1704)

Mary Alexander (Jr.) Mary was born on April 11, 1702, to Mary and David Alexander. She was killed in 1704 during the march to Canada. -------------- People at the Raid on Deerfield: Brief Biogr...

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Mary Younglove (1667 - c.1767)

from People at the Raid on Deerfield: Brief Biographies - Mary Weld Alexander Mary was the daughter of Daniel and Mary Hinsdale Weld. She was born on Mar. 30, 1667. She married David Alexander on J...

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Judah Wright, Jr. (c.1677 - 1747)

Parents: Judah Wright & Mercy Burt Wife: Mary Hoyt "One of the unfortunate persons who was captured by the Indians February 1704"

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Mehitable Nims (c.1696 - 1704)

Killed in the village during the 1704 Deerfield Indian massacre.

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Mary Nims (c.1698 - 1704)

Killed in the 1702 Deerfield Massacre and kidnapping, www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm

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Mercy Nims (c.1698 - 1704)

Killed in the 1704 Deerfield Massacre and kidnapping, age 5 www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm

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Marguerite Kanenstenhawi Arosen MP (c.1696 - 1785)

An early-nineteenth-century source (which cannot be verified) speaks of [Eunice's] "eight children," only two of whom "live to grow up." Eunice Williams, also known as Marguerite Kanenstenhawi Aros...

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Jonathan Hoyt, Visited by his former master (c.1688 - 1779)

Captured in the 1704 Indian massacre and raid on Deerfield. Ransomed in 1707 -------------------- Captured by Wendat (Huron) Indians during Deerfield Raid, 1704. Returned to Deerfield two years later...

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Joseph, Josiah Stebbins, Stebenne (1699 - 1753)

Captured by Indians in the 1702 Deerfield Massacre and Kidnapping. Remained in Canada. John Stebbins, his wife, Dorothy, and their six children were all captured. Not one was killed, probably bec...

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Ebenezer Jacques Charles Stebenne (1694 - 1714)

Captured by Indians in the 1702 Deerfield Massacre and Kidnapping. Remained in Canada. John Stebbins, his wife, Dorothy, and their six children were all captured. Not one was killed, probably bec...

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Abigail-Marguerite Stebenne (1684 - 1740)

They had the following children: + 646 M i Jacques Rene DENOYON 647 F ii Marie Gabrielle DE NOYON was born on 10 Mar 1705/1706 in Boucherville, Quebec, Canada. 1 _FA1 2 DATE 11 MAR 1705/06 2 ...

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John Stebbins, III (1685 - 1760)

John Stebbins was captured as a hostage at Deerfield in 1704 and carried off hostage to Canada. He was later redeemed and moved back to Deerfield where he resided on Lot Number 35. List of Deerfield ...

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Samuel Stebbins (c.1688 - 1731)

Captured in the 1704 Deerfield Massacre and raid, returned in 1723 John Stebbins, his wife, Dorothy, and their six children were all captured. Not one was killed, probably because daughter Abigail ...

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Thankful-Louise-Thérèse Stebenne (1691 - 1729)

Captured in the 1702 Deerfield Massacre and Kidnapping. Remained in Canada Being a child in Puritan New England, especially a girl, was not that encouraging. Many young people stayed in Canada -- som...

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Dorothy Stebbins (Alexander) MP (c.1660 - c.1741)

She was the daughter of John Alexander of Boston who was a soldier under Captain Lathrop and was the only man known to come out whole in the Bloody Brook Massacre near Deerfield, MA. Captured by Indi...

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David Alexander MP (1662 - 1704)

David Alexander Birth: 1662 - Newton, Middlesex, Massachusetts Death: Feb 29 1704 - Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts Parents: John Alexander, Beatrice Michael Married: Elizabeth Copley, Mar...

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Rebecca Nims MP (1678 - 1678)

Rebecca Nims Birth: 12 AUG 1678 in Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts 1 Death: 30 AUG 1678 in Deerfield, Franklin, Massachusetts 1 Father: Godfrey Nims b: 1657 in Deerfield, Hampshire, Massachu...

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Abigail / Marie-Élisabeth Elisabeth Nims dite Touatogouachi (1700 - 1748)

Captured in the 1702 Deerfield Massacre and kidnapping at the age of 4, she remained in Canada and married another Deerfield survivor. www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704....

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Josiah / Ignace Rising / Raizenne dit Shoentakouani (1694 - 1771)

Captured in the 1704 Deerfield Massacre and kidnapping at the age of 10, he remained in Canada and married another Deerfield survivor. www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704....

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Godfrey Nims MP (c.1657 - 1704)

Godfrey Nims Birth: about 1657 in place unknown, perhaps England Death: 14 MAR 1704 in Deerfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts 2 From A Typical Puritan Town - By Robert P. Clapp, Published by The...

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Mehitable Nims MP (1667 - 1704)

www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm

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Elizabeth Smead MP (1635 - 1704)

Killed in the village by the Indians in the 1704 Deerfield Massacre, age 66 Children: Elisabeth Smead Janes Samuel Smead Judith Smead Ebenezer Smead Waitstill Smead Samuel Smead Eliz...

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Thankful Hawkes MP (1677 - c.1704)

www.babcock-acres.com/Misceallaneous/deerfield_captives_of_1704.htm Killed in the 1704 Indian attack of Deerfield, age 27, along with her husband and children.

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Elizabeth Hawkes (c.1697 - 1704)

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Ebenezer Nims MP (1687 - 1760)

Ebenezer Nims, along with several of his siblings, was taken captive by Indians at Deerfield Massacre 1704, marched to Canada through winter, escaped and returned. He married one of his fellow captives...

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Sarah Nims MP (1686 - 1761)

captured in the 1704 Indian massacre and kidnapping of Deerfield. Redeemed in 1714. Married fellow captive Ebenezer Nims. Sarah Hoyt, dau. of David Hoyt and Sarah Wilson, was born in Deerfield, Frank...

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David Hoyt, Sr. MP (1651 - 1704)

Captured in the 1704 Indian massacre and raid on Deerfield. Died en route at age 52 Indian & French attack on Deerfield, Mass  account given in The Hoyt and Haight Familys:  [2] ...

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Lt. Mehuman Hinsdale (c.1673 - 1736)

He was the first white child born in Pocumtuck / Deerfield in 1673. His father, grandfather, and two Hindsdale uncles were killed at Bloody Brook. His only child was killed in the 1704 attack; he and h...

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Rev. Warham Williams MP (1699 - 1751)

Ransomed in 1706 following the Deerfield Indian Massacre and kidnapping of 1704. From the Thomas Rogers Society page on Reverend Warham Williams: Reverend Warham Williams[1] M, b. 16 Septem...

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Esther Meacham MP (c.1691 - 1773)

On the night of 28 February 1704, approximately 300 French and Indian soldiers took 109 citizens captive, besides killing a total of 56 men, women and children, including two of Williams' children (s...

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Eunice Mather, Murdered by Mohawk MP (c.1664 - c.1704)

John Williams (1664-1729), one of the most well known members of the Williams family, was an ordained minister and an early settler of Deerfield, Massachusetts. On the night of 28 February 1714, appr...

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Rev. John Williams MP (1664 - 1729)

John Williams (1664-1729), one of the most well known members of the Williams family, was an ordained minister and an early settler of Deerfield, Massachusetts. He lost his first wife, Eunice Mather,...

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