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Abigail Simmons (1780 - 1856)

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Hon. Nathaniel Coffin MP (1669 - 1748)

Genealogical and family history of the state of New Hampshire: a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation, Volume 3 (IV) Nathaniel, tenth ...

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Peter Coffin MP (1667 - 1746)

Peter Coffin - "These were the descendants of that branch of Tristram Coffin's family who settled in and around Newbury" from History of the Town of Gloucester: Cape Ann By John James Babson. Page 65...

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Enoch Coffin (c.1663 - c.1675)

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John Coffin (1660 - c.1677)

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James Coffin (1659 - 1735)

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Ens. John Sanborn MP (c.1649 - 1727)

Ensign John Samborn (son of John Samborne & Mary Tucke) is believed to have died 4 JAN 1732 at Hampton. His son, John died 10 NOV 1723, presumably at Kingston. The probate record of John Sanborn of K...

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Jethro Starbuck (1651 - 1663)

Jethro was killed at the age of 12 years by being run over by a cart. Source: "The History of Nantucket Co., Island and Town," by Alexander Starbuck, pub. Boston: C.E. Goodspeed & Co. 1924.

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Dorcas Gayer (c.1639 - 1696)

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Anne-Shuah Otis MP (c.1638 - 1685)

Anne-Shuah Conley was born abt 1638 at Kittery ME and died bef 1685 at Wells, Maine. She is sometimes miscalled Susannah or Anne-Shuah Starbuck. Shuah and James Chadbourne were administrators of the ...

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William Storey (c.1611 - 1660)

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Joseph Austin MP (1621 - 1663)

Great resource for Joseph Austin: Joseph Austin of Dover, New Hampshire from Austin Family Association .

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Humphrey Varney MP (c.1642 - 1714)

HUMPHREY2 VARNEY (WILLIAM1) was born 1642 in Barbadoes, West Indies, and died 1713 in Dover, New Hampshire. He married SARAH STARBUCK3 March 02, 1663/64 in Dover, Strafford Co., New Hampshire, daught...

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Benjamin Austin (1645 - c.1681)

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Peter Folger MP (1674 - 1707)

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Jethro Starbuck MP (1685 - 1770)

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Thomas Starbuck (1706 - 1777)

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Gayer Starbuck (1744 - 1814)

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Ruth Starbuck (1780 - 1881)

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Elizabeth Amory (1741 - 1833)

Thomas C Armory was Elizabeth Coffins 1st cousin The Coffins were strong in numbers and near neighbors, along the principal thoroughfare, now Washington street, dwelt twenty families, descended fro...

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Rebecca Coffin (1739 - 1763)

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Ann Deblois (1730 - 1807)

Gilbert Deblois, son of the latter was born in New York city, March 17, 1725. He became a prosperous Merchant in Boston. In 1749 he married Ann, daughter of William and Ann Holmes Coffin, and granddaug...

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Ebenezer Coffin (1736 - 1805)

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John Coffin (1729 - 1808)

John Coffin, the third son of William and Ann Coffin, was born in Boston, August 19, 1729, and was brother of Nathaniel, the Cashier, and uncle of General John, and Admiral, Sir Isaac Coffin. In the co...

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Captain Nathaniel Coffin (1725 - 1780)

Nathaniel Coffin was the Receiver-General of HM Customs of Boston at the time of the Boston Tea Party. Nathaniel Coffin, second eldest son of William, was born in Boston in 1725, graduated at Harvard...

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William "Billy" Coffin (1723 - 1803)

William Coffin, Jr., the eldest son of William, was born in Boston, April 11th, 1723. He was an Addresser of General Gage, was proscribed and banished. He accompanied the Royal Army to Halifax in 1776 ...

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William Coffin (1699 - 1774)

Moved to Boston MA 1731-1733 Owner of the "Bunch of Grapes Tavern" in Boston Patriarch of the "Boston Coffins" The "Boston Coffins" were loyalists, Banished during the Revolutionary War The C...

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William Starbuck MP (1607 - d.)

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Anne Starbuck (1584 - d.)

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Edward Starbuck, Sr. MP (1584 - 1608)

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Edward Starbuck, Jr. MP (1604 - 1690)

First Starbuck in Nantucket, moved there in 1659. His family was probably originally Danish before going to England centuries before Edward was born. He came to America in the late 1630's or possibly e...

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Catherine Starbuck MP (c.1609 - 1685)

b. 1609/10 Wales prob. d. 1678/85 of Nantucket, Nantucket, MA Religion: "Anabaptist" The children of Edward and Katherine (Reynolds) Starbuck: 1. Nathaniel b. 1635, d. 6 Aug 1719; m. 1662 Mary Coff...

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Deborah Knight (1655 - 1723)

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Judith Folger MP (1672 - 1760)

Judith was married three times: Peter Folger, Nathaniel Barnard and Stephen Wilcox.

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Peter Coffin, Sr. MP (1631 - 1715)

was born in England 1631 and died 21 Mar 1715 in Exeter NH, at 83 years of age. Before 1656, he married Abigail Starbuck, daughter of Edward Starbuck and Katharine Reynolds. Peter came to New England a...

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Johanna Hull MP (c.1611 - 1681)

Joanna Coffin was not married to Rev. Joseph Hull! The name comes from some inventive and quite persuasive speculation by an eary Hull researcher, Orra Eugene Monnette. He based his speculation on the ...

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Ann Starbuck (c.1682 - d.)

Twin sister of Paul Starbuck . They both died young or as infants.

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Hon. James Coffin MP (1640 - 1720)

James Coffin was the first settler to settle on Nantucket after the purchase. He later became a leading figure in Nantucket politics. He served for many years as the Chief Magistrate on the island. Jam...

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Bethuel Coffin (1756 - c.1837)

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Rebecca White (1786 - 1834)

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Priscilla Paddock MP (1722 - 1803)

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Mary Severance MP (1645 - 1720)

Mary was one of fourteen children

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Hephzibah Hathaway MP (1680 - 1740)

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Elizabeth Greenleaf MP (c.1631 - 1678)

Elizabeth Coffin Greenleaf (after 1632-1678) Links

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Stephen Coffin MP (1664 - 1725)

Stephen Coffin was born 18 Aug. 1664 Newbury, Essex, MA and died 31 Aug. 1725 Newbury, Essex, MA. Parents: Tristam Coffin, Jr. (1632/33-1703/4) [1] and Judith Greenleaf, widow of Henry Sowerby (1625-...

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Mary Little (Coffin) (1657 - 1725)

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Sarah Coffin Simpson Wright MP (c.1813 - 1881)

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Judith Sanborn (1653 - 1724)

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Judith Coffin MP (1626 - 1705)

this is what her grave says TO THE MEMORY OF MRS JUDETH LATE VERTUOUS WIFE OF DEACON TRISTRAM COFFIN ESQr WHO HAVEING LIVED TO SEE 177 OF HER CHILDREN AND CHILDREN'S CHILDREN TO Ye 5th GE...

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Priscilla Coleman MP (1676 - 1762)

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Mary Gardner MP (1663 - 1696)

She was the first child of English parents to be born on Nantucket Island .

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Peter (Nope) Coffin MP (1671 - 1749)

Peter (called Nope) Coffin was born in 1671. They moved to the Vineyard in 1682 and died on 27 August 1749. Family parents: John Coffin and Deborah Austin married Christian Conde, daughte...

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Lydia Pike MP (1662 - 1725)

Lydia Coffin, born April 22, 1662 in Newbury Ma; died in Newbury Ma. She was the daughter of 70. Tristram Coffin and 71. Judith Greenleaf.

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Ruth Gardner (1662 - 1748)

Ruth Gardner was born in Nantucket County not Dukes County which is MV--------------------links

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Joseph Gerrish MP (1681 - 1765)

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Mary Gerrish MP (1685 - 1761)

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Stephen Greenleaf, Il MP (1652 - 1743)

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Ruth Coffin (Gardner) MP (1676 - 1748)

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Mary Gardner MP (1665 - 1741)

Mary was one of nine children. -------------------- From North Carolina & Kentucky Gilliams & Nantucket Gibbs: Mary Coffin [1] F, b. 18 April 1665, d. 1 February 1741 Her married name was...

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Mary Folger (1692 - 1763)

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Deborah Starbuck MP (1726 - 1782)

Deborah Macy F, b. 1726, d. 22 November 1803 Father* Thomas Macy b. c 1687, d. 16 Mar 1759 Mother* Deborah Coffin d. 23 Sep 1760 Her married name was Starbuck. Her married name was Coffin. ...

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Sarah Varney MP (1630 - 1719)

1. Sarah STARBUCK (c1630-1713), dau. of Edward STARBUCK and Catherine REYNOLDS Married 1: William Storer or Storey Married 2: Joseph AUSTIN (c1616-1663) Married 3: Humphrey VARNEY (c1642-1714) on...

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Abigail Way-Howes (1704 - 1777)

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Ruth Russell MP (1714 - 1772)

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Anna Barnard (1716 - 1785)

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Edward Coffin (1669 - d.)

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Priscilla Coffin (1696 - 1728)

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Jethro Coffin MP (1663 - 1726)

from from An Island in Time... His toric Nantucket, Vol 49, no. 1 (Winter 2000), p. 12-38 The Coffin/Gardner marriage symbolized the end of an early conflict in Nantucket society involving their fa...

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Deborah Austin Bunker MP (1676 - 1767)

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Nathaniel Coffin (1671 - 1721)

Nathaniel was a sea captain and a great grandfather to General John Coffin and Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin. Source: Noyes Family Tree

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Deborah Macy MP (1682 - 1760)

Deborah Coffin F, d. 23 September 1760 Father* John Coffin b. 1647, d. 5 Jul 1711 Mother* Deborah Austin d. 4 Feb 1718 Her married name was Macy. Deborah Coffin They moved to the Vineyard i...

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Roger De Elye MP (1400 - 1434)

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Philip Coffin MP (c.1540 - d.)

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Eleanor Coffin MP (1578 - d.)

Wrong parents - needs to be fixed and sourced. Try this website: EH 21 Oct 2010.

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Anne Coffin MP (c.1574 - 1575)

This profile seems to have incorrect parentage. EH 21 Oct 2010. ------ Children of Nicholas Coffin and Joan Advant were as follows: 1, John; born 1582; died 1610. 2. Nicholas; born 1582; died...

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Joan Coffin MP (c.1560 - 1614)

Found some profiles with first name as (Joanna)

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Nicholas Coffyn, lll MP (c.1582 - 1627)

Children of Nicholas Coffin and Joan Advant were as follows: 1, John; born 1582; died 1610. 2. Nicholas; born 1582; died 1627. 3. Tristram; born 1584. 4. Peter, born 1584 at Brixton, Devon, Eng...

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Nicholas Coffin MP (1561 - 1613)

He "belonged to an ancient family of gentry in Devonshire. During the thirteenth century one Richard Coffyn was granted free warren in the manor of Alwington by King Henry III, and early in the next ce...

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Christopher Edmonds MP (1472 - 1474)

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Joanna Coffin MP (1584 - 1661)

As a widow: Joanna Coffin (Thember) arrived NEw England 1642. The Coffin family: the life of Tristram Coffyn, of Nantucket, Mass., founder ... By Allen Coffin Nicholas Coffyn, of Brixton (one a...

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Peter Coffin MP (1580 - 1627)

Peter Coffin was born in 1584 at Brixton, Devon, England and died Dec 1 1627. Parents were Nicholas Coffin and Joan Avent He married Joan Kember, daughter of Robert Kember and Anne (--?--), in 1604...

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Tristram Coffin MP (1632 - 1704)

Made freeman 29 Apr 1668. When Tristram's father left Newbury, Tristram Jr. stayed behind. He was very active in town and church affairs holding a number of positions in town government. In about 165...

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Anna Coffin (1667 - d.)

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Anna Coffin (deceased)

Thomas married Anna Folger, daughter of William and Ruth Folger, and was from the same line as ABIAH FOLGER, Benjamin Franklin's mother, in 1789. Anna died 1844.
She is a descendant of Peter Fol...

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Anna Gardner MP (1680 - 1740)

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Abigail Fitch (Coffin) MP (1683 - 1736)

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Abigail Davidson (1657 - 1736)

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Abigail Coffin (Starbuck) MP (c.1641 - 1660)

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Abigail Gardner MP (c.1666 - 1709)

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'Great Mary' Starbuck (Coffin) MP (1645 - 1717)

"Reverend" Mary Coffin was born February 20, 1644/45 in Haverhill, Massachusetts just two years after her parents' arrival from Devonshire, England. She moved to Nantucket Island with her father, Trist...

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Nathaniel Starbuck, Sr. MP (1633 - 1719)

At the time of his death, Nathaniel Starbuck, Sr. was doubtless one of the wealthiest, if not individually the wealthiest men on the Island. He owned three full shares of land, having purchased a share...

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Nathaniel Starbuck, Jr. (1668 - 1753)

The First Two Quaker Meeting-Houses on Nantucket, By Robert J. Leach, originally published in the Proceedings of the Nantucket Historical Association, 1950, p. 24-33: Apparently no picture, diagram o...

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Paul Starbuck MP (1694 - 1759)

Paul Starbuck married Ann Tibbetts, daughter of Ephraim Tibbetts and Rose Austin; His 1st wife. Paul Starbuck was born on 29 August 1694. He married Kezia Folger, daughter of Peter Folger and Judith Co...

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Thomas Coffin MP (1352 - d.)

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johanna coffin MP (1408 - 1434)

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Miriam Coffin MP (1685 - 1750)

Miriam Gardner F b. 14 July 1685, d. 17 September 1750 Father Richard Gardner b. 23 Aug 1653, d. 8 Mar 1728 Mother Mary Austin d. 1 Apr 1721 Her married name was Coffin. Miriam Gardne...

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Richard Macy MP (1689 - 1779)

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Ruth Macy MP (1723 - 1760)

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Dionis Coffin MP (1609 - 1676)

In 1644 Tristram obtained a license to "keep an ordinary, sell wine, and keep a ferry" in Newbury, where the family had moved. In 1647 he got another license to do the same. The pub, "Coffin's Ordinary...

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Joseph Starbuck MP (1723 - 1760)

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