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flag   John  YORK

  (b. 17 March 1724Standish, Maine, New England   d. 1771Standish, Maine, New England )  
Summary: John YORK was born 17 March 1724 in Standish, Maine, New England. John YORK was the child of

He married  Sarah FOLSOM 7 November 1748 in Kingston, New Hampshire, New England .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Sarah FOLSOM  was born 1730 in Standish, Maine, USA .  She died 1825 in Standish, Maine, USA . 

John YORK died 1771 in Standish, Maine, New England.
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August 14, 1916 - U.S. agrees to purchase Danish West Indies (Virgin Islands) for $25 million.
Did You Know?The name Maine is probably a practical nautical term which refers to the region being a mainland (separate from the many surrounding islands). Reference to the area as 'Maine' in writing first appeared in 1622. (

Prior to 1685 - New England
1686 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1775 - New England
1776 - 1820 - Massachusetts (District of Maine)
March 15, 1820 - Maine becomes 23rd U.S. state

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John YORK married flag  Sarah FOLSOM-- Date: 7 November 1748 Place: Kingston, New Hampshire, New England


flag  John YORK (b.1748, Standish, Maine, New England  d. 7 April 1838, Bethel, Maine, USA)
m. Abigail BEAN 1770

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17 March 1724
Standish, Maine, USA

1748 Marriage / Partner
John YORK and Sarah FOLSOM 7 November 1748, Kingston, New Hampshire, USA
Standish, Maine, USA

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