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  (b. November 1656 New Haven Colony   d. abt. 1703 )  

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Sarah REYNOLDS was born November 1656 in New Haven Colony

Sarah REYNOLDS was the child of John REYNOLDS   and   Sarah BACKUS (BACKHOUSE) and the grandchild of: (maternal)  William BACKUS and Elizabeth COOK?

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Sarah  married  John POST .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. John POST  was born 11 April 1657 in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, USA (Saybrook Colony).  John died 15 July 1690 in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, USA (Saybrook Colony).  John was the child of John POST and Hester HYDE.

Sarah REYNOLDS died abt. 1703
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Sarah REYNOLDS married flag male ancestor John POST-- Place: 
John POST was the child of John POST and Hester HYDE




Children of John POST and Sarah REYNOLDS:

 female ancestor Sarah POST (b.1 December 1686,   d. 24 February 1760, )
m. Timothy BACKUS 



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John POST died 15 July 1690, Old Saybrook, Connecticut, USA (Saybrook Colony)
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