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HELP! flag male ancestor  John  CRANE

  (b. 1 October 1687 Norwich, Connecticut Colony   d. 1 March 1765 Mansfield, Crown Colony of Connecticut )  

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John CRANE was born 1 October 1687 in Norwich, Connecticut Colony

John CRANE was the child of Jonathan CRANE   and   Deborah GRISWOLD and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Benjamin CRANE and Mary BACKUS (maternal)  Francis GRISWOLD and Sarah UNKNOWN

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John  married  Sarah SPENCER 16 September 1708 in Windham, Crown Colony of Connecticut .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Sarah SPENCER  was born August 1686 in Braintree, Massachusetts, USA.  Sarah died 15 September 1715 in Windham, Connecticut, USA (Willimantic).  Sarah was the child of Samuel SPENCER and Sarah UNKNOWN.

John  married  (2) Prudence BELDEN (BELDING) 18 April 1716 in Coventry, Crown Colony of Connecticut .  Prudence BELDEN (BELDING)  was born 12 February 1694 in Wethersfield, Connecticut, USA.  Prudence was the child of Samuel BELDEN and Hannah ELDERKIN.

John CRANE died 1 March 1765 in Mansfield, Crown Colony of Connecticut .
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John CRANE married flag female ancestor Sarah SPENCER-- Date: 16 September 1708 Place: Windham, Crown Colony of Connecticut
Sarah SPENCER was the child of Samuel SPENCER and Sarah UNKNOWN




Children of John CRANE and Sarah SPENCER:




John CRANE married flag female ancestor Prudence BELDEN (BELDING)-- Date: 18 April 1716 Place: Coventry, Crown Colony of Connecticut
Prudence BELDEN (BELDING) was the child of Samuel BELDEN and Hannah ELDERKIN




Children of John CRANE and Prudence BELDEN (BELDING):


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birth1687 Birth
1 October 1687
Norwich, Connecticut, USA (Norwichtown) (Yantic) (Greeneville) (Occum) (Taftville)

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marriage1708 Marriage / Partner
John CRANE and Sarah SPENCER 16 September 1708, Windham, Connecticut, USA (Willimantic)

He was 20 years old.
1709 Birth of Child
John CRANE was born 31 July 1709, Windham, Connecticut, USA (Willimantic)

John was 21 years old.
1715 Death of Spouse/Partner
Sarah SPENCER died 15 September 1715, Windham, Connecticut, USA (Willimantic)
marriage1716 Marriage / Partner
John CRANE and Prudence BELDEN (BELDING) 18 April 1716, Coventry, Connecticut, USA

He was 28 years old.
marriage1734 Marriage of Child
John CRANE married 24 January 1734, Windham, Connecticut, USA (Willimantic) to Rebecca HUNTINGTON
death1765 Death
1 March 1765
Mansfield, Connecticut, USA (Storrs)

He died at the age of 77.
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Prior to 1638 - Connecticut, New England
1638 - 1662 - New Haven Colony
1662 - 1687 - Connecticut Colony
1688 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1787 - Crown Colony of Connecticut
January 5, 1788 - Connecticut becomes 5th U.S. state

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