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Deborah the daughter of Stephen and Hannah (Jones) (Ransom) DeWolf, was born in 1690 at Lyme, Connecticut.
She married Aaron Huntley, son of Aaron Huntley Sr. and Mary Champion, on 27 Jul 1707 at Lyme.
She passed away after the death of her husband who died in 1748.
Deborah /DeWolf/ Gender Female Sources Birth 25 July 1690 Lyme, New London, Connecticut Sources Sources Death 1 after 26 September 1748 , New London, Connecticut Sources 1. Miller, Champion, Dewolf, Huntley, Part 4b PARENTS Father Stephen /DeWolf/ Sources Mother Hannah /Jones/ Sources MARRIAGES (1) Spouse Aaron /Huntley/ Sources Marriage 27 July 1707 Lyme, New London, Connecticut Sources SOURCES (1) 1. Miller, Champion, Dewolf, Huntley, Part 4b NOTES (1) BIRTH: Taken from " John Huntley, Immigrant of Boston & Roxbury, Massachusetts and Lyme, Connecticut 1647-1977 and Some of His Descendants Book 1" Compiled by Virgil Huntley p 10 DEATH: From Virgil Huntley's "John Huntley of Lyme, CT CITING THIS RECORD "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/2:2:3QWX-F2C : accessed 2015-04-28), entry for Deborah /DeWolf/.
- ↑ Virgil W. Huntley. John Huntley, Immigrant of Boston & Roxbury, Massachusetts and Lyme, Connecticut 1647-1977 and some of his Descendants. Author: Books I, II, III. 1978, 1993, 1996. Material from the books used with written permission of the author. Collection of Phil Smith. Vol I. p. 71-74
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