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  • Abiah Hill (1647 - d.)
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  • Abigail Hill (1637 - 1708)
    Abigail Woodbury was born in 1637 Salem, Essex, Massachusetts and christened on 12 Nov 1637 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts [1] She died 1708 in Beverly, Essex, Massachusetts. Parents: John Woodbury (...
  • Abigail Adams (Hill) (1695 - 1736)
    John Hill of Dorchester, Mass. , and his descendants by J. Gardner Bartlett. Published 1904 by New-England Historic Genealogical Society in Boston. Written in English. Page 4-5.
  • Abigail Hill (1670 - 1749)
    Abigail Hill was born 21 Jul 1670 in Salem, Massachusetts. There hasn't been an actual death date found for her, but she was still alive in Salem in 1749. Parents : Abigail was the eighth child of ...
  • Abigail Hill (1665 - d.)
    Parents: William Wooden b: Abt 1625 & Sarah Clark b: Abt 1630 Married Jun 1692 in New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut to Ebenezer Hill ( b 1655), son of Robert Hill & Adaline. Children...

About the Hill surname

I have been researching my portion of the Hill family name over the past 5 or 6 years. My portion of the overall family appears to have originated somewhere in Yorkshire as the earliest member I've been able to find so far is Charles Hill (1750) who was a wheel wright in Yorkshire and apparently moved to The county of Norfolk where the sizable main bulk of the family seemed to establish itself.My own Great Grandfather lived in New Hunstanton for the majority of his life He was born in 1847 anddied in Hunstanton in 1938. My own Grandfather was (Ithink) the only member ofthe family to have emigrated to the United States, and of his family in America there are only grandchildren and Great Grandchildren left. and of the family there are only three boys carrying the name left; myself, my son and my cousin Hershal in Georgia USA. As my son is 50 years old and unmarried and Hershal and his wife (both in their 60's) have no children it looks as though this segment will die out with this generation