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  (b. 1801Taunton, Massachusetts, USA   d. 24 April 1882New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA )  
Summary: John C HERVEY was born 1801 in Taunton, Massachusetts, USA . John C HERVEY was the child of

He married  Annie C. LEWIS .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Annie C. LEWIS  was born 3 December 1798 in Harwich, Massachusetts, USA (N., S., E., W.) (Pleasant Lake) .  She died 9 October 1871 in Acushnet, Massachusetts, USA . 

John C HERVEY died 24 April 1882 in New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA.

son of Jonathan and Bethane Hervey


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Taunton, Massachusetts, USA (East Taunton)
Westville Mill near Taunton, Mass.

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  Annie L. HERVEY (b.25 October 1831,   d. 4 October 1875, Acushnet, Massachusetts, USA)


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1871 Death of Spouse/Partner
Annie C. LEWIS died 9 October 1871, Acushnet, Massachusetts, USA
1875 Death of Child
Annie L. HERVEY died 4 October 1875, Acushnet, Massachusetts, USA
Death
24 April 1882
New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA


John is buried at: White Cemetery Freetown Bristol County Massachusetts, USA

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