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immigrant flag male ancestor  William  SPRAGUE

  (b. abt. 1609 England   d. 26 October 1675 Hingham, Massachusetts Bay Colony )  

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William SPRAGUE was born abt. 1609 in England. William SPRAGUE was the child of ?   and   ?

William was an immigrant to the United States, arriving by 1632.

Marriage(s) and Child(ren):

He married  Millicent EAMES .  The couple had (at least) 2 children. Millicent EAMES  was born abt. 1616 in Dorchester, Dorset, England (Fordington).  She died 8 February 1696 in Hingham, Massachusetts, USA.  She was the daughter of Anthony EAMES and Margery PIERCE.

William SPRAGUE died 26 October 1675 in Hingham, Massachusetts Bay Colony.

son of Edward Sprague and Christiana Holland


Details of the family tree of William appear below.
  • 1633 Birth of Child
    John Francis SPRAGUE was born 26 March 1633, Duxbury, Massachusetts, USA (Cedar Crest) (South Duxbury) (West Duxbury)
  • 1648 Birth of Child
    Jonathan SPRAGUE was born 28 May 1648, Hingham, Massachusetts, USA
  • 1675 Death
    26 October 1675
    Hingham, Massachusetts, USA


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Added: 9/3/2016 7:59:04 AM - Updated: 9/23/2016 4:30:16 PM

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