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America/USA  Amie  Brown (Browne)

  (b. 4 October 1732Preston, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 8 March 1796Shaftsbury, Vermont, USA )  

Amie Brown (Browne) was born 4 October 1732 in Preston, Crown Colony of Connecticut. Amie Brown (Browne) was the child of John Brown (Browne) and Amie (Ame) Fellows and the grandchild of: (paternal)  John Brown and Elizabeth Safford (maternal)  John Fellows and Rachel Varney

She married  Nathan Huntington 26 August 1755 in Preston, Crown Colony of Connecticut .  The couple had (at least) 8 children. Nathan Huntington  was born 30 October 1730 in Norwich, Connecticut, USA .  He died 14 November 1794 in Shaftsbury, Vermont, USA .  He was the son of Matthew Huntington and Lydia Leonard.

Amie Brown (Browne) died 8 March 1796 in Shaftsbury, Vermont, USA.


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Amie Brown (Browne) married America/USA Nathan Huntington-- Date: 26 August 1755 Place: Preston, Crown Colony of Connecticut
Nathan Huntington was the son of Matthew Huntington and Lydia Leonard


1755 HUNTINGTON Nathan Huntington of Norwich & Ame Brown of Preston were Married together August 26th 1755 Marriage

Vital Records of Norwich Connecticut, 1659-1848. (Online db. NewEnglandAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2007.) Originally published as: Vital Records of Norwich, 1659-1848. Hartford, Society of colonial wars in the state of Connecticut, 1913.

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Bride's Name: Ame Brown
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Marriage Date: 26 Aug 1755
Marriage Place: Griswold, New London, Connecticut
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Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M53431-1
Syst Origin: Connecticut-EASy
Source Film Number: 4374
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Collection: Connecticut Marriages, 1729-1867
Source: familysearch.org
Updated: 6/20/2010 9:20:39 AM


Children:
America/USA Lucy Huntington (b.26 February 1756, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut  d. 31 August 1828, Ledyard, New York, USA )

America/USA Zeruiah (Jerusha) Huntington (b.24 September 1757, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut  d. 24 May 1804, Kingsbury, New York, USA)

American Revolutionary War Soldier America/USA Samuel Huntington (b.3 June 1759, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut  d. 7 December 1823, Greensboro, Vermont, USA )

America/USA Elizabeth Huntington (b.1761, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut  d. 1761, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut)

America/USA John Huntington (b.8 October 1763, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut  d. 1840, Shaftsbury, Vermont, USA)

America/USA Henry Huntington (b.23 September 1765, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut  d. 19 August 1846, Shaftsbury, Vermont, USA)

America/USA Elizabeth Huntington (b.28 May 1767, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut  d. 12 March 1848, Shaftsbury, Vermont, USA)

America/USA Eunice Huntington (b.12 February 1769, Norwich, Crown Colony of Connecticut  d. November 1850, Rochester, New York, USA)



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Invention 1753 - The lightning rod is invented (Benjamin Franklin, United States)
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1755 Marriage / Partner
Amie Brown (Browne) and Nathan Huntington 26 August 1755, Preston, Connecticut, USA

World History (1756 - 1763) Seven Years War - France, Great Britain clashed in Europe and North America; France, Russia, Austria, Saxony, Sweden and Spain sided against Britain, Prussia and Hanover

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1756 Birth of Child
Lucy Huntington was born 26 February 1756, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

1757 Birth of Child
Zeruiah (Jerusha) Huntington was born 24 September 1757, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

1759 Birth of Child
Samuel Huntington was born 3 June 1759, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

1763 Birth of Child
John Huntington was born 8 October 1763, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

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1765 Birth of Child
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1767 Birth of Child
Elizabeth Huntington was born 28 May 1767, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

1769 Birth of Child
Eunice Huntington was born 12 February 1769, Norwich, Connecticut, USA

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1794 Death of Spouse/Partner
Nathan Huntington died 14 November 1794, Shaftsbury, Vermont, USA

1796
"Huntington Mrs. Amy, a. c. (amiable consort) Mr. Nathan Huntington, d. March 8, 1796, in 68th y., buried Shaftsbury Center Cemetery (near Baptist Church)"
Elwell, Levi Henry, 1854-1916.
The gravestone records of Shaftsbury, Bennington County, Vermont / copied and verified 1908-10 by Levi Henry Elwell. -- Amherst, Mass. : Composition and Press Work, 1911.
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name: Amy Huntington
event: Death
event date: 08 Mar 1796
event place: Shaftsbury, , Vermont, United States
gender: Female
age: 68
estimated birth year: 1728
father:
mother:
spouse: Nathan Huntington
spouse's father:
spouse's mother:
film number: 0027592
digital folder number: 004666996
image number: 02653

"Vermont, Vital Records, 1760-1954," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XFV6-W74 : accessed 11 Feb 2013), Amy Huntington, 1796.

Buried at:
Shaftsbury Center Cemetery

(near Baptist church)
Shaftsbury, Vermont, USA


Mrs. AMY, a. c. Mr. Nathan Huntington, d. March 8, 1796, in 68th y

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