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Hampton, New Hampshire, USA - Band Stand and Big Boar's Head, from Casino, Hampton Beach, N.H.
Hampton, New Hampshire, USA
Band Stand and Big Boar's Head, from Casino, Hampton Beach, N.H.
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Hampton, New Hampshire, USA - Looking North from Hampton River, Hampton, N.H.
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Hampton, New Hampshire, USA - Lamie's Tavern, Lafayette Road, Hampton, N.H.
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American Revolutionary War Soldier flag  Simon  Moulton

  (b. 7 September 1752Hampton, New Hampshire, New England   d. 5 September 1775Medford, Province of Massachusetts Bay )  
Cause of Death: died in Revolutionary war at Medford, MA

Simon Moulton was born 7 September 1752 in Hampton, New Hampshire, New England. Simon Moulton was the child of John Moulton and Hannah Lamprey and the grandchild of: (paternal)  John Moulton and Mary Perkins

Simon Moulton died 5 September 1775 in Medford, Province of Massachusetts Bay.


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5 September 1775
Medford, Massachusetts, USA


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