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Tristram Coffin, II 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...

Tristram Coffin MP (1762 - 1852)

DAR Ancestor # A023854 Private for Massachusetts in the American Revolutionary War. From Babson: Tristram, the third son of Hon. Peter Coffin, spent his life in Gloucester in various employments, o...

Tristram Coffin MP (c.1554 - 1602)

Tristram Coffin, Sr. MP (1605 - 1681)

Tristram Coffyn The First in The Race That Settled America In 1642 Tristram emigrated to America with his wife Dionis and five small children as well as his widowed mother and two unmarried sisters...

Tristram Coffin MP (1685 - 1763)

Three of his sons, Jonathan, John, and Matthew were lost at sea in 1755 on the same vessel.

William Coffin MP (c.1495 - 1538)

About his death: BRITISH HISTORY ONLINE: MARGARET COFFYN to CROMWELL. Begs him to intimate to the King the death of her husband. He died of the great sickness, full of God's marks over all his body...

William Greenbury Coffin MP (1771 - 1846)

William may have married 3 times.. #1 Hannah Iddings or Hannah Jains Oden #2Mary Duncan #3 Pharaba Boswell Macy. FIND A GRAVE Birth: Oct. 29, 1771 Nantucket Nantucket County Massachusetts, USA Dea...

William Coffin MP (1720 - 1803)

William Coffin was born November 4, 1720 in Nantucket Island, Nantucket, Massachusetts to Samuel Coffin and Miriam Gardner . William Coffin was a blacksmith. He married Priscilla Paddock on November ...

WIlliam Stone Coffin MP (1833 - 1910)

Willmot Farrington (Coffin) MP (1569 - d.)

Wilmot Coffin MP (1569 - 1623)

Zaccheus Coffin, Jr. MP (1751 - 1787)

Zaccheus Coffin Jun. married Thankful Joy, daughter of Ebenezer Joy and Elisabeth Covil. Zaccheus Coffin Jun. was born in 1751. He died in 1787; He died amon the Turks in 1787. Links

Zaccheus Coffin, III MP (b. - 1806)

Zaccheus, "fell off Jibb Boom on board Schooner Timo Folger Master from here to Senegal.

Zacheus Coffin MP (1710 - 1797)

Zephaniah Coffin MP (1699 - 1774)

Zephaniah Coffin MP (1699 - 1774)

Coffin (deceased)

Coffin (c.1609 - 1681)

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Coffin (1863 - 1863)

--- COFFIN (1756 - d.)

1 Coffin (deceased)

2 Coffin (deceased)

2 Coffin (deceased)

2 Children Coffin (deceased)

2nd wife Coffin (deceased)

? Coffin (c.1765 - d.)

? Coffin (c.1789 - d.)

?? Coffin (b. - 1988)

???? Coffin (deceased)

A Farr (Coffin) (deceased)

A. G. Coffin (deceased)

Aaron Coffin (1796 - 1875)

Aaron Coffin (1760 - 1846)

Aaron Coffin (1801 - d.)

Aaron Coffin (1796 - 1875)

Aaron Coffin (1798 - 1857)

Aaron Coffin (1767 - d.)

Abagail Raymond Coffin (1820 - 1836)

Abagail Adaline Denney (Coffin) (1828 - 1903)

Abbie Rumball (Coffin) (deceased)

Abbie S Esty (Coffin) (c.1840 - c.1925)

Abby COFFIN (deceased)

Abby Maria Coffin (Swayzee) (deceased)

Abehu Coffin (1750 - 1843)

Abel Coffin (1777 - d.)

Abel Coffin (1741 - 1791)

Abel Coffin (1811 - d.)

Abel Coffin (1792 - 1862)

Abel Coffin (deceased)

Abel Coffin (1780 - d.)

Captain Abel Coffin (1792 - 1837)

Lemuel's son Abel (born 10/21/1792) was the master of the ship "Sachem" which brought the Siamese twins to Boston from Siam in 1829. (1) Sources [ ] [ ]

Abel Coffin (1826 - 1866)

An early Sabine hardware dealer, ship carpenter, and steam boatman, Coffin participated in the offshore battle that resulted in the capture of the blockaders. On 1850 census Jefferson Co TX, he is livi...

Abel Coffin (1769 - 1792)

Abel G. Coffin (deceased)

abel coffin (deceased)

Abiah Coffin (deceased)

Abiah Knight (Coffin) (c.1767 - d.)

Abial Coffin (Gardner) (1764 - 1856)

Abial Coffin (Hussey) (deceased)

Abigail Woodbury (Coffin) (deceased)

Abigail Coffin (Allen) (deceased)

Abigail Coffin (Raymond) (1767 - 1834)

Abigail Coffin (1718 - d.)

Abigail Worth (Coffin) (1729 - 1795)

Abigail GILMAN (Coffin) (1711 - d.)

Abigail Allen (Coffin) (1775 - 1862)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via brother George Coffin by SmartCopy : Nov 12 2014, 5:51:51 UTC

Abigail Overman (Coffin) (1795 - 1845)

Abigail Gardner (Coffin) (1708 - 1796)

Abigail Cooke (COFFIN) (1744 - 1837)

Abigail Coffin (Macy) (1765 - d.)

Abigail Coffin (deceased)

Abigail Ray (Coffin) (deceased)

Abigail Folger (Coffin) (1708 - 1770)

Abigail Coffin (Unknown) (deceased)

Abigail Smith (Coffin) (1763 - 1836)

Abigail Coffin (Paddock) (1786 - 1840)

Abigail Coffin (Coleman) (1737 - 1807)

Abigail Fitch (Coffin) (deceased)

Abigail COFFIN (1832 - d.)

Abigail Coffin (Austin) (deceased)

Abigail Rowley (Coffin) (1819 - 1890)

Abigail Coffin (c.1768 - d.)

Abigail COFFIN (1686 - 1711)

Abigail Coffin (1752 - d.)

Abigail Coffin (1771 - d.)

Abigail Coffin (Ferguson) (deceased)

Abigail Coffin (Paddack) (deceased)

Abigail Coffin (Starbuck) (1813 - 1891)

Abigail was born in Indiana and spent her childhood there. She married William Barney Coffin in North Carolina at age 20. They were the parents of four sons and four daughters. The family lived in Nauv...

Abigail Hubbard (Coffin) (deceased)

Abigail Coffin (1666 - 1709)

Abigail Coffin (1802 - d.)

Abigail Gardner (Coffin) (1734 - d.)

Abigail Coffin (1770 - 1831)

Abigail Coffin (1777 - d.)

Abigail Whittmore (Coffin) (1718 - 1803)

Abigail Coffin (1795 - 1845)

Abigail Coffin (1834 - 1839)

Abigail Remick (Coffin) (1731 - 1823)