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HELP! flag male ancestor  James  BEAN

  (b. abt. 1708 Exeter, New Hampshire, New England   d. abt. 1785 Brentwood, Crown Colony of New Hampshire )  

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James BEAN was born abt. 1708 in Exeter, New Hampshire, New England. James BEAN was the child of Jeremiah BEAN   and   Ruth JOHNSON

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James  married  Lydia HOAG abt. 1745 in Brentwood, New Hampshire, New England .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Lydia HOAG  was born 20 March 1720 in Amesbury, Massachusetts, USA.  Lydia died abt. 1788 in Brentwood, New Hampshire, USA.  Lydia was the child of Joseph HOAG and Sarah GOODWIN.

James BEAN died abt. 1785 in Brentwood, Crown Colony of New Hampshire.
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Prior to 1686 - New England
1686 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1775 - New Hampshire, New England
1776 - 1788 - Crown Colony of New Hampshire
June 21, 1788 - New Hampshire becomes 9th U.S. state

  • 1762 Birth of Child
    Ruth BEAN was born 24 April 1762, Brentwood, New Hampshire, USA

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Added: 6/6/2016 11:22:02 AM - Updated: 12/20/2016 10:21:00 AM

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