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Abigail Coffin (1726 - d.)

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Lydia Coffin (c.1728 - d.)

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Mary Coffin (1730 - d.)

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Rachael Coffin (1732 - d.)

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Phebe Coffin (1734 - d.)

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Thomas Coffin (1725 - 1725)

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Stephen Coffin (1725 - 1725)

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Dorcas Coffin (1735 - 1760)

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Benaiah Fogg (deceased)

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Ester Fogg (deceased)

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Mary Coffin (1771 - d.)

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Margaret Coffin (1791 - d.)

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Dorcas Coffin (1793 - d.)

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Jeremiah Coffin (1776 - 1839)

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Betty Coffin (1778 - d.)

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Ester Coffin (1780 - d.)

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Annis Coffin (1780 - d.)

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Rhoda Coffin (1785 - d.)

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Tristram Coffin (1788 - d.)

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Elizabeth Coffin (b. - 1827)

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Samuel Parker (1755 - d.)

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Deborah Parker (deceased)

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Catherine Coffin (deceased)

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Mary Coffin (1800 - d.)

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Jeremiah Coffin (1802 - 1876)

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Eliza Ann Coffin (1804 - 1849)

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Freeman Coffin (1806 - 1849)

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Seward Coffin (1809 - 1849)

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Dorcas Coffin (1812 - 1884)

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Caroline Coffin (b. - 1865)

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Simeon Coffin (c.1835 - d.)

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Margaret Coffin (1800 - d.)

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Henry Coffin (c.1835 - d.)

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Thomas Coffin (c.1835 - d.)

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Mary Coffin (deceased)

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Richard N Coffin (deceased)

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Anne Coffin (Holmes) (1699 - 1775)

The descendants of Hugh Amory 1605-1805. By Gertrude Euphemia Meredith. The Bunch of Grapes was probably established as an inn about this time. Feb. 6, 1711- 1712 ^Two legs broken in town this day, F...

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Mrs Dexter (deceased)

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Thomas C Armory (1722 - 1784)

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Thomas Ashron Coffin, Sir, Baronet (1754 - 1810)

Sir Thomas Aston Coffin, Baronet, son of William, Jr., was born at Boston, March 31, 1754. He graduated at Harvard College in 1772. He was for a long time Secretary to Sir Guy Carleton, by whose side h...

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William Coffin (1758 - 1804)

William Coffin, the second son of William Coffin, Jr., was born in Boston, 1758, and died at Kingston, Canada, in 1804. The loyalists of Massachusetts and the other side of the American Revolution ...

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Ebenezer Coffin MP (1763 - 1817)

St. Helena Sound, Beaufort County, South Carolina plantation owner, born in Boston, Massachusetts. Ebenezer Coffin married Mary Matthews in 1793, and later married Eliza Matthews. Coffin's son Thomas A...

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Thomas Aston Coffin, of "Coffin Point Plantation" MP (1795 - 1863)

Ebenezer Coffin was born in Boston in 1763 and moved to South Carolina and settled at Coffin Point. His son Thomas Aston Coffin was in charge of the plantation until Union occupation of St. Helena in 1...

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Elizabeth Coffin (1729 - 1784)

Nathaniel Coffin was the last Receiver General and Cashier of his Majesty's Customs at the Port of Boston, he was an addressor of Hutchinson in 1774 and of Gage in 1775. With his family of three sons h...

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Henry Barnes (deceased)

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Nathaniel Coffin, Jr (1749 - 1831)

Nathaniel Coffin, Jr., son of the aforesaid, was born in Boston in 1749. Was an Addresser of Hutchinson in 1774 and a Protester against the disunionists the same year. He was brought up to the bar, and...

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William Coffin (deceased)

William Coffin, second son of Nathaniel, the Cashier. An Addresser of Hutchinson in 1774; went to Halifax in 1776, proscribed an J banished. 1778. Assisted his brother in destroying the "Liberty Tree."...

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General John Coffin, (General, UK) MP (c.1756 - 1838)

Loyalist, Fought at Bunker Hill, Commander of the "Orange Rangers" On last boat out at evacuation of new York. After war settled in New Brunswick, Canada Built new home "Alwington Manor" War of 1812 pr...

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General Guy Carleton Coffin (b. - 1856)

The eldest son General Guy Carleton Coffin died in April 1856 at the age of 73 a General Officer of the Boyal Artillery

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John Townsend Coffin, Admiral (deceased)

JOHN TOWNSEND COFFIN Esq Third son of Major General John Coffin who distinguished himself during the war between Great Britain and her colonies in many severe conflicts with the republican troops by An...

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Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin, 1st Baronet MP (1759 - 1839)

Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin, 1st Baronet GCH (16 May 1759 – 23 July 1839) was an officer of the Royal Navy who served during the American War of Independence and the French Revolutionary and Na...

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Ann Coffin (deceased)

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Henry Edward Coffin, Admiral, UK (deceased)

Henry Edward named after the Dukes of Kent and entered the British Navy 1st June 1805 served shore in Egypt in 1807 on the home and North stations in the East Indies on the coast of Africa Brazils and ...

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Caroline de Longueuil, Baroness (deceased)

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<private> de Longueuil

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<private> Grant

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<private> de Longueuil

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<private> de Longueuil (Trapmane)

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Mrs Pearson (deceased)

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Thomas Pearson, Sir, General KCB (deceased)

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Mrs Kirkwood (deceased)

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Mr Kirkwood, Colonel (deceased)

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<private> Barnett (de Longueuil)

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John Barnett, Esq (deceased)

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Mary Ogden (deceased)

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Charles R Ogden, Esq (deceased)

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Elizabeth Brown Coffin (1771 - 1839)

March, 1811, he married Elizabeth Browne, but within a few years satisfied of their utter incompatibility, they very amicably, on both sides, arranged for independence of each other. She was said to be...

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John Coffin (1729 - 1808)

Distiller ship owner merchant, 1775, fearing war, boarded the ship Neptune with wife and 11 children to Quebec 23 Aug 1775. Hero in the defense of Quebec against Montogomery/Arnolds attack on Jan 1st...

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Isabella McMurdo (deceased)

The eldest daughter, Isabella, married Colonel McMurdo. Her sons served in India, a grandson was captain in the Royal Canadian Rifles, when that fine regiment disbanded at Kingston in 1870. The loyal...

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Susannah Craige (deceased)

The second daughter, Susannah, married the Hon. John Craigie of Quebec, Provincial Treasurer, a brother of Lord Craigie, Lord of Sessions in Scotland. One son, Admiral Craigie, died in 1872. A daughter...

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John Craige (deceased)

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Mr Craige, Admiral UK (b. - 1872)

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Mrs Martin (deceased)

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Margaret Hale (deceased)

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Roger Hale (deceased)

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John Coffin (1761 - 1837)

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William Coffin, Brevet Major UK (1761 - d.)

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William Foster Coffin (deceased)

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Thomas Coffin (1762 - 1841)

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Demoiselle Coffin (1762 - 1841)

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Francis Holmes Coffin, Esq., Rear Admiral (1768 - 1842)

Francis Holmes Coffin Date of Entry into the Navy April 26 1782 Lieutenant 13 July 1791 Commander 23 Aug 1797 Commander 29 April 1802 Rear Admiral 1837 Re-Activated Rear Admiral 17 Aug 1840 FRANCIS H...

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Sir Isaac Campbell Coffin Lt. Gen, KCSI (1801 - 1872)

Coffin, Sir Isaac Campbell (bap. 1801, d. 1872), army officer in the East India Company, son of Admiral Francis Holmes Coffin RN, was baptized on 24 August 1801 at St Mary the Virgin, Dover, Kent. He w...

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Nathaniel Coffin, AG Upper Canada War 1812 (1766 - 1835)

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James Coffin (1771 - 1835)

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Seward v Coffin (deceased)

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Ellen Elizabeth Coffin (b. - 1912)

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Jane Coffin (deceased)

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Magdalen Coffin (1782 - d.)

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Sarah Coffin (deceased)

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Jemima Coffin (deceased)

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Hope Coffin (1683 - 1750)

Hope Gardner, F, b. 1683, d. 21 March 1750 Family parents: Joseph Gardner d. 1701 & Bethiah Macy b. 1650, d. 19 Aug 1732 Married before 1729 to Peter (called Nope) Coffin b. 1671, d. 27 A...

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Mr Halvosa (deceased)

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Clarence Farmer (1860 - d.)

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Sally Farmer (deceased)

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John Farmer, Lt. (1737 - 1806)

Capt. Edward Farmer's co., Col. Green's regiment, also, 2d Lieutenant, Capt. Edward Farmer's 2d (East Billerica) co., Col. Simeon Spaulding's (7th Middlesex Co.) regiment of Mass. militia; also, Lieute...

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Sarah Farmer (1748 - 1846)

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Oliver Farmer, IV (1686 - 1761)

Oliver married Abigail Johnson on 01/24/1717 in Woburn, MA.

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Abigail Farmer (1697 - 1773)

Abigail married first Oliver Farmer on 01/24/1717 in Woburn, MA. Abigail married second Capt. James Lane of Bedford, MA.

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Edward Farmer (1645 - 1727)

Edward FARMER (b. abt 1640, England ; d. 27 May 1727, Tewksbury, MA) The New England Historical and Genealogical Register "He came to New England between 1670 and 1673, fixed his residence at Billeri...

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Mary Farmer (c.1643 - 1719)

Edward+ Farmer [Parents] was born about 1640 in Ansley,Warwickshire,England. He died on 27 May 1727 in Billerica,Middlesex,Ma. He married Mary+ about 1669. Mary+ was born about 1642 in ,,England. She...

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