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American Revolutionary War Soldier flag  Jesse  Newcomb

  (b. 27 May 1756Lebanon, Crown Colony of Connecticut   d. 16 May 1832Darien, New York , USA )  

Jesse Newcomb was born 27 May 1756 in Lebanon, Crown Colony of Connecticut. Jesse Newcomb was the child of

He married  Amy Franklin 1781 in Darien, New York , USA .  Amy Franklin  was born 1756 in Lebanon, Connecticut, USA .  She died 25 December 1836 in Darien, New York , USA .  She was the daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Deborah Read.

Jesse Newcomb died 16 May 1832 in Darien, New York , USA.


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son of Silas Newcomb (1717 - 1773) and Submit Pineo (1717 - 1804)

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Jesse Newcomb married flag Amy Franklin-- Date: 1781 Place: Darien, New York , USA
Amy Franklin was the daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Deborah Read


Children:
Silas Newcomb (1780 - 1865)*
Daniel Newcomb (1782 - 1865)*
Harry Newcomb (1788 - 1828)*
Lucina Newcomb Brewster (1796 - 1879)*
Asahel Newcomb (1797 - 1882)*
Lucius Newcomb (1800 - 1875)*
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Updated: 7/19/2017 1:17:06 PM




Death
16 May 1832
Darien, New York , USA


Research Death
Maple Hill Cemetery Darien Genesee County New York, USA

Added: 2/25/2016 1:13:51 PM

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