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HELP! flag male ancestor  Richard  CROCKETT

  (b. abt. 1682 Kittery, Maine, New England   d. 7 January 1757 Stratham, New Hampshire, New England )  

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Richard CROCKETT was born abt. 1682 in Kittery, Maine, New England

Richard CROCKETT was the child of Ephraim CROCKETT   and   Anna EDGE

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Richard  married  Deborah HALEY .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Deborah HALEY  was born abt. 1680 in Kittery, Maine, USA. 

Richard CROCKETT died 7 January 1757 in Stratham, New Hampshire, New England.
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1713 Birth of Child
Elizabeth CROCKETT was born 10 November 1713, Falmouth, Maine, USA
marriage1737 Marriage of Child
Elizabeth CROCKETT married 15 December 1737, Haverhill, Massachusetts, USA (Ayers Village) to John EDWARDS
1756 Death of Child
Elizabeth CROCKETT died 6 March 1756, Haverhill, Massachusetts, USA (Ayers Village)
death1757 Death
7 January 1757
Stratham, New Hampshire, USA
Added: 9/12/2016 8:51:59 AM - Updated: 1/8/2023 2:16:26 PM
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1686 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1775 - New England
1776 - 1820 - Massachusetts (District of Maine)
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