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This person was created through the import of fitzmaster032511.ged on 27 March 2011. The following data was included in the gedcom. You may wish to edit it for readability.
- Date: 28 MAY 1750
- Place: Wilton, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, USA
- Source: #S164
- Page: 354
- Note: #N3873
- Source S164
- Author: Abiel Abbot Livermore, Sewall Putnam
- Title: History of the town of Wilton, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
- Publication: Name: Marden & Rowell Printers; Location: Lowell, Massachusetts; Date: 1888;
- Repository: #R3
- Repository R3
- Name: Google
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- Source S43
- Author: Marston
- Title: Lane Memorial Library - Hampton, Rockingham Co, New Hampshire
- Publication: Name: Name: Lane Memorial Library; Location: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb/~marston/Hampton;;
- Note N3873Lydia, b. May 28, 1750 (Livermore - p354)
Lydia was born in 1750. Lydia Cram ... She passed away in 1818.
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