- Abigail (Brooks) Stebbins's Profile
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- Date: say 1746
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- User ID: 8F687E5A8F2849D7A69F70EC2A4F8E1D6BE6
- Husband: Nehemiah Stebbins
- Wife: Abigail Brooks
- Date: 6 SEP 1766
- Place: Salem, Westchester Co NY
- Source: #S805
- User ID: 81C283424DBB45C3946C09015D131BD481AA
- Husband: Ebenezer Brooks
- Wife: Jane St JOHN
- Date: 27 AUG 1730
- Place: Ridgefield, Fairfield Co CT
- Source: #S786
- User ID: 9193C50E56AC4ACBB34254F96BD70DB554D7
- Child: Ebenezer Brooks
- Child: Jane Brooks
- Child: Mary Brooks
- Child: Elizabeth Brooks
- Child: Samuel Brooks
- Child: Daniel Brooks
- Child: Rebekah Brooks
- Child: Joseph Brooks
- Child: Abigail Brooks
- Source S786
- Text: Ancestry.com. The history of Ridgefield, Connecticut [database on-line]. Provo, UT: The Generations Network, Inc., 2005. Original data: Rockwell, George Lounsbury,. The history of Ridgefield, Connecticut. Ridgefield, Conn.: Privately printed by the author, 1927, pp 459, 460, 461, 462, 464, 465, 511, 515, 516.
- Source S805
- Text: Baptisms: http://the-red-thread.net/NY-south-salem-baptisms.html
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