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Genealogy Data Page 62 (Notes Pages)

Individuals marked with a red dot are direct ancestors of Karen Eilola
For privacy reasons, Date of Birth and Date of Marriage for persons believed to still be living are not shown.

FLINT, Moses (b. 10 APR 1769, d. ?)

Reference: 1267

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FLINT, Molly (b. 23 SEP 1771, d. ?)
Reference: 1268

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Marshall, Abel (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 1269

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FLINT, Samuel (b. 5 FEB 1774, d. ?)
Reference: 1270

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FLINT, Hannah (b. 8 DEC 1776, d. ?)
Reference: 1271

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Glines, Johnathan (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 1272

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FLINT, Sally (b. 15 NOV 1779, d. ?)
Reference: 1273

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Lovejoy, Stephen (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 1274

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FLINT, John (b. 29 NOV 1781, d. ?)
Reference: 1275

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FLINT, George (b. 29 JAN 1784, d. ?)
Reference: 1276

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FLINT, Rhoda (b. 14 FEB 1788, d. 28 SEP 1856)
Reference: 1277

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Sawyer, Abigail (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 1278

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Hunt, Tamar (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 1279

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Jones, Joshua (b. , d. ?)
Note: HEPZIBAH, born 18 June, 1732; married, about 1759, Joshua
Jones of Wilmington, Mass. She died in 1764, and he
married Ruth, daughter of John Burnap, No. 110, q. v.

Burnap-Burnett Genealogy - page 74
Reference: 1280

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Burnap, Ruth (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 1281

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Burnap, John (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 1282

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Bosworth, Alice (b. , d. ?)
Reference: 1283

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Putnam, Samuel (b. 18 DEC 1652, d. ?)
Reference: 1284

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Putnam, Nathaniel (b. 24 FEB 1654/55, d. ?)
Reference: 1285

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Putnam, John (b. 26 JAN 1656/57, d. ?)
Note: III) John Putnam, son of Nathaniel Putnam,
was born at Salem Village, now Danvers,
March 26, 1657, and baptized in Salem, September
6, 1(357. H1s farm was in that part of
Danvers west of Hathorne's Hill near the log
bridge across the Ipswich river. Part of it is
or was lately owned by George H. Peabody.
He was known as "Carolina John," and as
John Putnam, Jr. He was constable of Salem
during the witchcraft trials. At one time
Mercy Lewis, one of the "afflicted girls," had
been living at his house as a servant and in
May, 1692, he testified, apparently in good
faith, as to a fit she had when she was bewitched.
A week after the ordination of the
Rev. Joseph Green, a church meeting was held
at the house of John Putnam in 1698 and several
of the wronged members of the church
again met with the majority and all agreed to
live in "love together." John Putnam was frequently
tythingman, surveyor of highways,
and served in other town offices. His will was
dated November 30, 1721, and proved October
1, 1722. He married, in Salem, December 2,
1678. Hannah Cutler, born December, 1655,
daughter of Samuel and Eliza Cutler. Children :
1. Hannah, born August 22, 1679. 2.
Elizabeth. November 26, 1680. married, March
12, 1701, John Phelps. 3. Abigail, February
26, 1682. 4. Samuel, November 5, 1684, mentioned
below. 5. Josiah, October 29, 1686. 6.
Joseph, baptized July 1, 1688. 7. Mary, born
September 29, 1688. 8. Susanna, born April
i1, 1690. married, November. 1709, Isaac Bux-
ton. 9. Joshua. 10. David. 11. Rebecca, born
August 16, 1691. 12. John, born August 16,
1691. 13. Sarah, born March 5. 1693. 14.
Amos, born January 27. 1696. 15. Priscilla.
born May 7, 1699.
Reference: 1286

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