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Thomas Dustin, III MP (1652 - 1732)

Thomas Dustin (1652 - 1732) , son of Thomas Dustin II and Elizabeth Wheeler, was born in 1652 in Portsmouth, Rockingham County, New Hampshire; he died at the age of 80 on 17 November 1732 at Haverhill,...

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Hannah Dustin, Indian Fighter MP (1657 - 1737)

Hannah Webster (Emerson) Dustin (1657 - 1736) - Hannah Dustin was a 40-year-old colonial Massachusetts Puritan mother of eight during King William's War who was taken captive with her newborn daughter ...

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Ephraim Hathaway MP (1661 - 1716)

Ephraim Hathaway was born on 8 Dec 1661 in Taunton, MA. "Born in Taunton, MA, now Berkley". He died on 20 Dec 1716 in Dighton, MA. He had his estate divided (Taunton 5-146) on 17 Aug 1725. He served in...

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Charles Adams (c.1621 - 1694)

Charles Adams' birth date is uncertain. Some sources say 1621 and others say 1645 either in England or New Hampshire. He married Rebecca Smith about 1665. They were the parents of Deliverance, Charles,...

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Rebecca Smith MP (1645 - 1694)

Rebecca Smith was born about 1645 in Durham, New Hampshire. She married Charles Adams about 1665. They were the parents of Deliverance, Charles, Sarah, Mary, Samuel and Mercy (Marie Ursula). On July ...

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John Lane MP (1661 - c.1714)

John Lane was made Lieutenant of the Militia - Aug. 23, 1693. He was Lieutenant in command of the Billerica Troops in King William's War in 1693, and was commissioned Captain of Billerica Troops Oct. 4...

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Joseph Isaacs (1659 - 1737)

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Capt. John Hill MP (1666 - 1713)

John Hill, the son of Roger and Sarah Cross Hill, was born in Saco, Maine in 1666. Roger Hill had settled with his father, Peter Hill, in Biddeford near the mouth of the Saco River sometime before 1648...

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John Shepard MP (c.1669 - 1691)

He participated in the Phipps expedition against Canada, and died of woounds received in the attack on Quebec. A grand of land was made to soldiers in the Canada expedition of 1690, of the township of ...

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Col. Pieter Philipse Schuyler MP (1657 - 1724)

Pieter Philipse Schuyler: Siblings of Pieter Philipse Schuyler are: i. Gysbert SCHUYLER was born 2 JUL 1652 in Albany, Albany, New York, and died AFT. 13 MAR 1664/65. ii. Geertruy SCHUYLER wa...

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Colonel Benjamin Church MP (c.1640 - 1718)

Benjamin Church was a prominent leader in King Philip's War. Church is the author of "Diary of King Philip's War, 1675-76." King Philip's War ended when Philip was killed by a Wampanoag soldier in Ca...

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Sir William Phips, Colonial Governor of Massachusetts MP (1651 - 1695)

Sir William Phips (or Phipps, February 2, 1650/1 – February 18, 1694/5[1]) was a shipwright, ship's captain, treasure hunter, military leader, and the first royally-appointed governor of the P...

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Col. John Hathorne, Salem Witch Judge MP (1641 - 1717)

Salem Witch Trials in History and Literature An Undergraduate Course, University of Virginia Spring Semester 2001 On August 5, 1641, John Hathorne was born into a community that could have little...

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John Parsons, Sr. MP (b. - 1691)

John Parsons, Sr. died 24 JAN 1691/2 in York, York, Maine, killed by Indians in the Candlemas Massacre during King William's War. Parents: Mark Parsons & Elizabeth. Married:   ...

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