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HELP! Grave has been located flag female ancestor  Phebe  WILCOXSON

  (b. 31 August 1650 Stratford, New Haven Colony   d. 20 September 1743 Stratford, Crown Colony of Connecticut )  

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Phebe WILCOXSON was born 31 August 1650 in Stratford, New Haven Colony

Phebe WILCOXSON was the child of William WILCOXSON   and   Margaret BIRDSEYE

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Phebe  married  John BIRDSEYE 11 December 1669 in Fairfield, Connecticut Colony .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. John BIRDSEYE  was born 28 March 1641 in Milford, Connecticut, USA.  John died 9 January 1697 in Stratford, Connecticut, USA (Putney).  John was the child of John BIRDSEYE and Philippa SMITH.

Phebe WILCOXSON died 20 September 1743 in Stratford, Crown Colony of Connecticut .
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Phebe WILCOXSON married Grave has been locatedflag male ancestor John BIRDSEYE-- Date: 11 December 1669 Place: Fairfield, Connecticut Colony
John BIRDSEYE was the child of John BIRDSEYE and Philippa SMITH

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birth1650 Birth
31 August 1650
Stratford, Connecticut, USA (Putney)

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marriage1669 Marriage / Partner
Phebe WILCOXSON and John BIRDSEYE 11 December 1669, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA (Southport) (Greenfield Hill)
1671 Birth of Child
Hannah BIRDSEYE was born 5 February 1671, Stratford, Connecticut, USA (Putney)
1697 Death of Spouse/Partner
John BIRDSEYE died 9 January 1697, Stratford, Connecticut, USA (Putney)

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death1743 Death
20 September 1743
Stratford, Connecticut, USA (Putney)

Phebe is buried at: Old Congregational Burying Ground Stratford Fairfield County Connecticut, USA
Added: 11/2/2016 2:19:03 PM - Updated: 10/13/2017 9:15:22 AM

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