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John Spafford - Grave
John Spafford

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Rowley, Massachusetts, USA - The Village Pancake House, Rowley, Mass.
Rowley, Massachusetts, USA
The Village Pancake House, Rowley, Mass.
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Rowley, Massachusetts, USA - Baptist Church, Rowley, Mass.
Rowley, Massachusetts, USA
Baptist Church, Rowley, Mass.
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Rowley, Massachusetts, USA - Centre School
Rowley, Massachusetts, USA
Centre School
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flag  John  Spafford

  (b. 12 June 1678Rowley, Massachusetts Bay Colony   d. 11 October 1735Bradford, Province of Massachusetts Bay )  

John Spafford was born 12 June 1678 in Rowley, Massachusetts Bay Colony. John Spafford was the child of John Spafford (Spofford) and Sarah Wheeler and the grandchild of: (paternal)  John Spofford and Elizabeth Scott (maternal)  David Wheeler and Sarah Wise (Wyeth)

He married  Sarah Poore 2 May 1717 in Newbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Sarah Poore  was born 18 January 1693 in Newbury, Massachusetts, USA .  She died abt. 1730 in Rowley, Massachusetts, USA .  She was the daughter of Henry Poore and Abigail Hale.

John Spafford died 11 October 1735 in Bradford, Province of Massachusetts Bay.


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John Spafford married flag Sarah Poore-- Date: 2 May 1717 Place: Newbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay
Sarah Poore was the daughter of Henry Poore and Abigail Hale




Added: 9/21/2016 9:52:04 AM  
Updated: 9/21/2016 9:53:39 AM


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flag Daniel Spafford (b.23 April 1721, Newbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay   d. 26 April 1803, Rowley, Massachusetts, USA)




1717 Marriage / Partner
John Spafford and Sarah Poore 2 May 1717, Newbury, Massachusetts, USA

1721 Birth of Child
Daniel Spafford was born 23 April 1721, Newbury, Massachusetts, USA

Death
11 October 1735
Bradford, Massachusetts, USA


Research Death
Union Cemetery Georgetown Essex County Massachusetts, USA
Inscription:
HERE LYES BURIED
the BODY OF
CaPtEn IOHn
SPaFFaRD WHO
DIED, OCtOBER Ye 11
1735 & In the
58 YEaR OF
HIS AGE

Added: 9/21/2016 9:51:46 AM

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