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The daughter of Rev. Peter & Joanna (Boyse) Prudden, she was baptized on March 11, 1642/3 in Milford, and she married Jehue Burr about 1655 in Fairfield, Conn. (he married second, Esther Ward). Her will dated March 22, 1682/3 mentions property in Milford & Stamford,Conn. and land in Yorkshire, England. Parents: Peter Prudden (1601 - 1656)Joanna Boyse Prudden Willett Bishop
Spouse: Jehu Burr (1625 - 1692) Children: Peter Burr (1668 - 1724)*Sarah Burr Gold (1672 - 1711)*
Burial: Old Congregational Burying Ground Stratford Fairfield County Connecticut, USA
Created by: Nareen, et al Record added: Mar 05, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 49136811
NameElizabeth Prudden #S00089: http://www.genealogy.com/genealogy/famousfolks/aaron-burr/d0/i0000013.htm#i13</ref>
BirthMAR 1643 #S00089: http://www.genealogy.com/genealogy/famousfolks/aaron-burr/d0/i0000013.htm#i13
- 11 MAR 1643 Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
- Inheritance: 1690, received accrued English income.176
- Residence 1: Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut at time of
- Residence 2: Milford, later Stamford, New Haven County, Connecticut, USA
- Will: March 22, 1682/83, mentioned property in Milford and "Stanford" [Stamford], and land in England commonly called Edgton Kerbye Moreside & Southfields in Yorkshire.
- ABT 1655 Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut
- Husband: Jehu Burr
- Wife: Elizabeth Prudden
- Marriage: ABT 1666
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