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HELP! Grave has been located flag female ancestor  Elizabeth  COTTON

  (b. 5 August 1663 Guilford, Connecticut Colony   d. September 1743 Salisbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay )  

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Elizabeth COTTON was born 5 August 1663 in Guilford, Connecticut Colony

Elizabeth COTTON was the child of ?   and   ?

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Elizabeth  married  James ALLING 20 June 1690 in Salisbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony .  The couple had (at least) 3 children. James ALLING  was born 24 June 1657 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA (Westville).  James died 4 March 1696 in Amesbury, Massachusetts, USA.  James was the child of Roger ALLING and Mary NASH.

Elizabeth COTTON died September 1743 in Salisbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay .

daughter of John Cotton and Joanna Rossiter

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Spouse(s) / Partner(s) and Child(ren) of Elizabeth COTTON


Elizabeth COTTON married Grave has been locatedflag male ancestor James ALLING-- Date: 20 June 1690 Place: Salisbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony
James ALLING was the child of Roger ALLING and Mary NASH

Children of James ALLING and Elizabeth COTTON:

flag female ancestor Joanna ALLING (b.5 March 1691, Salisbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony   d. , )

flag female ancestor Mary ALLING (b.10 April 1692, Salisbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay   d. , )

flag female ancestor Elizabeth ALLING (b.2 September 1694, Salisbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay   d. , )

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birth1663 Birth
5 August 1663
Guilford, Connecticut, USA

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marriage1690 Marriage / Partner
Elizabeth COTTON and James ALLING 20 June 1690, Salisbury, Massachusetts, USA (Salisbury Beach)

She was 26 years old.
1691 Birth of Child
Joanna ALLING was born 5 March 1691, Salisbury, Massachusetts, USA (Salisbury Beach)

Elizabeth was 27 years old.
1692 Birth of Child
Mary ALLING was born 10 April 1692, Salisbury, Massachusetts, USA (Salisbury Beach)

Elizabeth was 28 years old.
1694 Birth of Child
Elizabeth ALLING was born 2 September 1694, Salisbury, Massachusetts, USA (Salisbury Beach)

Elizabeth was 31 years old.
1696 Death of Spouse/Partner
James ALLING died 4 March 1696, Amesbury, Massachusetts, USA
death1743 Death
September 1743
Salisbury, Massachusetts, USA (Salisbury Beach)

She died at the age of 80.

Elizabeth is buried at: Salisbury Colonial Burying Ground Salisbury Essex County Massachusetts, USA
Added: 1/7/2016 12:33:46 PM - Updated: 7/6/2017 4:30:55 PM
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Did You Know?The name Connecticut originates from the Algonquian word 'Quinnehtukqut' (beside the long tidal river). (

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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