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flag  Deborah  PALMER

  (b. abt. 1711Little Compton, Crown Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations   d. 12 September 1736 Rehoboth, Province of Massachusetts Bay )  
Summary: Deborah PALMER was born abt. 1711 in Little Compton, Crown Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations . Deborah PALMER was the child of

She married  William SALISBURY 27 December 1731 in Swansea, Province of Massachusetts Bay .  William SALISBURY  was born 22 September 1710 in Little Compton, Rhode Island, USA (Adamsville) .  He died abt. 1791 in Scituate, Rhode Island, USA .  He was the son of Joseph SALISBURY and Mary PADDOCK.

Deborah PALMER died 12 September 1736 in Rehoboth, Province of Massachusetts Bay.
Notes:
daughter of John Palmer and Mary Hilliard


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Did You Know?The first mention of Rhode Island in writing ('isola di Rhode') was made by explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano in 1524 (he refers to an island near the mouth of Narragansett Bay which he compares to the Island of Rhodes in the Mediterranean). Some attribute the name to Dutch explorer Adriaen Block ('Roode Eylandt'), again because its red clay is similar to the Greek island of Rhodes. (statesymbolsusa.org)

Prior to 1633 - New England
1633 - 1662 - Providence Plantations
1663 - 1685 - Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
1686 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1790 - Crown Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
May 29, 1790 - Rhode Island becomes 13th U.S. state

Did You Know? America - Did you know? 1849 - Harriet Tubman escapes from slavery and becomes one of the most effective and celebrated members of the Underground Railroad.

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Little Compton, Rhode Island, USA (Adamsville) - Betty Alden House, Little Compton, R. I.
Little Compton, Rhode Island, USA (Adamsville)
Betty Alden House, Little Compton, R. I.
Little Compton, Rhode Island, USA (Adamsville) - South Shore, Little Compton, R. I.
Little Compton, Rhode Island, USA (Adamsville)
South Shore, Little Compton, R. I.
Little Compton, Rhode Island, USA (Adamsville) - United Congregational Church, Little Compton, R.I.
Little Compton, Rhode Island, USA (Adamsville)
United Congregational Church, Little Compton, R.I.
Rehoboth, Massachusetts, USA - Post Office, Rehoboth, Mass.
Rehoboth, Massachusetts, USA
Post Office, Rehoboth, Mass.
Rehoboth, Massachusetts, USA - Congregational Church, Rehoboth, Mass.
Rehoboth, Massachusetts, USA
Congregational Church, Rehoboth, Mass.
Rehoboth, Massachusetts, USA - Anawan Club in Winter, Rehoboth, Mass. (1908)
Rehoboth, Massachusetts, USA
Anawan Club in Winter, Rehoboth, Mass. (1908)

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Deborah PALMER married flag William SALISBURY-- Date: 27 December 1731 Place: Swansea, Province of Massachusetts Bay
William SALISBURY was the son of Joseph SALISBURY and Mary PADDOCK


Children:

Jonathan Salisbury, born September 20, 1733 in Rehoboth, Bristol, MA; died February 22, 1816 in Scituate, Providence, RI.

Mary Salisbury, born December 18, 1735 in Rehoboth, Bristol, MA.

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1731 Marriage / Partner
Deborah PALMER and William SALISBURY 27 December 1731, Swansea, Massachusetts, USA (Ocean Grove)
Death
12 September 1736
Rehoboth, Massachusetts, USA

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