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American Revolutionary War Soldier flag  Freeborn  Moulton

  (b. 9 April 1746Brimfield, Province of Massachusetts Bay   d. 1815Monson, Massachusetts, USA )  

Freeborn Moulton was born 9 April 1746 in Brimfield, Province of Massachusetts Bay. Freeborn Moulton was the child of Freeborn Moulton and Rebekah Walker and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Robert Moulton and Hannah Groves

He married  Jerusha Unknown 1767 .  The couple had (at least) 9 children.

Freeborn Moulton died 1815 in Monson, Massachusetts, USA.


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Freeborn Moulton married  Jerusha Unknown-- Date: 1767 Place: 


Added: 7/11/2016 4:55:34 PM  

Children:
 Sarah Moulton (b.28 January 1768,   d. , )

 Jemima Moulton (b.22 August 1770,   d. , )

 Rebecca Moulton (b.23 April 1773,   d. , )

 Abigail Moulton (b.23 April 1773,   d. , )

flag Freeborn Moulton (b.22 January 1775, Monson, Province of Massachusetts Bay  d. 11 February 1845, Monson, Massachusetts, USA)

flag Jeremiah Moulton (b.20 February 1777, Monson, Crown Colony of Massachusetts Bay  d. 3 July 1851, Portage, Ohio, USA)

 Jerusha Moulton (b.9 May 1780,   d. , )

 Rubie Moulton (b.29 March 1782,   d. , )

 Increase Moulton (b.23 May 1784,   d. , )




1775 Birth of Child
Freeborn Moulton was born 22 January 1775, Monson, Massachusetts, USA

1777 Birth of Child
Jeremiah Moulton was born 20 February 1777, Monson, Massachusetts, USA

Death
1815
Monson, Massachusetts, USA


Research Death
Moulton Hill Cemetery Monson Hampden County Massachusetts, USA

Added: 7/11/2016 11:16:47 AM

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