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Newbury, Massachusetts, USA  - Old Garrison, Built 1636
Newbury, Massachusetts, USA
Old Garrison, Built 1636
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Newbury, Massachusetts, USA  - Newbury, Mass. Noyes House Built 1646.
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Newbury, Mass. Noyes House Built 1646.
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Newbury, Massachusetts, USA  - Spencer Pierce House, Newbury, Mass. Built About 1670.
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Spencer Pierce House, Newbury, Mass. Built About 1670.
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Newbury, Massachusetts, USA  - Newbury, Mass, Country Club, Parker River.
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Newbury, Mass, Country Club, Parker River.
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American Revolutionary War Soldier flag  Samuel  Moulton

  (b. 14 June 1753Newbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay   d. 25 December 1837Parsonsfield, Maine, USA )  

Samuel Moulton was born 14 June 1753 in Newbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay . Samuel Moulton was the child of Samuel Moulton and Mary Ordway and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Joseph Moulton and Mary Noyes (maternal)  Stephen Ordway and Abigail Merrick

He married  Hannah Noyes .  The couple had (at least) 8 children.

Samuel Moulton died 25 December 1837 in Parsonsfield, Maine, USA .


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Children:
 Ann Moulton (b.24 September 1777,   d. , )

flag Mary Moulton (b.January 1779, Parsonsfield, Massachusetts (District of Maine)   d. 22 August 1835, Parsonsfield, Maine, USA )

 Samuel Moulton (b.18 March 1780,   d. , )

 William Moulton (b.1782,   d. 11 October 1860, )

 Joseph Moulton (b.1787,   d. 13 October 1813, )

 Hannah Moulton (b.1789,   d. 2 December 1836, )

 Sarah Moulton (b.1793,   d. 10 October 1813, )

 Abigail Moulton (b.1795,   d. 31 May 1851, )




1779 Birth of Child
Mary Moulton was born January 1779, Parsonsfield, Maine, USA (Kezar Falls)

1835 Death of Child
Mary Moulton died 22 August 1835, Parsonsfield, Maine, USA (Kezar Falls)

Death
25 December 1837
Parsonsfield, Maine, USA (Kezar Falls)


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