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The name 'Massachusetts' originates with native Americans in the Massachusetts Bay area (from the language of the Algonquian nation). The name translates roughly as 'at or about the great hill.' (statesymbolsusa.org)

1620 - 1627 - Plymouth Colony, New England
1628 - 1686 - Massachusetts Bay Colony
1686 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
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1776 - 1788 - Crown Colony of Massachusetts Bay
February 6, 1788 - Massachusetts becomes 6th U.S. state





Uxbridge, Massachusetts, USA (North Uxbridge) - Main Street (1907)
Uxbridge, Massachusetts, USA (North Uxbridge)
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Uxbridge, Massachusetts, USA (North Uxbridge) - R. R. Station (1918)
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American Revolutionary War Soldier flag  Joseph  Mosher

  (b. 12 July 1732Uxbridge, Province of Massachusetts Bay   d. 29 October 1801White Creek, New York, USA )  

Joseph Mosher was born 12 July 1732 in Uxbridge, Province of Massachusetts Bay . Joseph Mosher was the child of Jonathan Mosher and Isabelle Potter and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Joseph Mosher and Lydia Taber (maternal)  Stokes Potter and Elizabeth Sherman

He married  Maribah Allen 13 February 1755 in Dartmouth, Province of Massachusetts Bay .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Maribah Allen  was born 16 January 1739 in Dartmouth, Massachusetts, USA (Bliss Corner) (Smith Mills) .  She died 2 July 1778 in White Creek, New York, USA . 

Joseph Mosher died 29 October 1801 in White Creek, New York, USA.


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Joseph Mosher married flag Maribah Allen-- Date: 13 February 1755 Place: Dartmouth, Province of Massachusetts Bay


Added: 4/5/2009 7:39:41 PM  
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flag Paulina Mosher (b.11 May 1763, Uxbridge, Province of Massachusetts Bay   d. 26 June 1840, Ledyard, New York, USA )




1732 Birth
Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639-1915
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1755 Marriage / Partner
Joseph Mosher and Maribah Allen 13 February 1755, Dartmouth, Massachusetts, USA (Bliss Corner) (Smith Mills)

1763 Birth of Child
Paulina Mosher was born 11 May 1763, Uxbridge, Massachusetts, USA (North Uxbridge)

U.S. Revolutionary War
Birth: 5-12-1732 UXBRIDGE MASSACHUSETTS
Death: 10-29-1801 WHITE CREEK NEW YORK
Daughters of the American Revolution (services.dar.org)
Added: 3/10/2015 12:08:23 PM - Beckie  Updated: 3/10/2015 4:16:01 PM - Beckie

1778 Death of Spouse/Partner
Maribah Allen died 2 July 1778, White Creek, New York, USA

Death
29 October 1801
White Creek, New York, USA


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Friends Burying Grounds White Creek Washington County New York, USA

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