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chr. 25 Jun 1615 Manchester, Lancashire, England
married Jane Dummer 25 Mar 1646 Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts, USA
NEHGR, 1847, Vol. 1, p. 372 "THE BURIAL PLACE AT "OLD TOWN", NEWBURY, MASS." Mr. Henry Sewall (sent by Mr. Henry Sewall in ye ship Elizabeth & Dorcas, Cat. Watts, Commander arrived in Boston 1634, wintered at Ipswich, helped begin this plantation, 1635 furnished English servants meat cattel & provisions, married Mrs. Jane Dummer on March ye 25, 1646 died May ye 16
1700 AET 86. His fuitful vine, Being thus disjoined. Fell to ye ground January ye 13th following AE 74 Psal. 27-10." Parents: Henry Sewell (1576 - 1656)Anne Hunt Sewall
Spouse: Jane Dummer Sewall (1627 - 1701)* Children: Hannah Sewall Toppan (1649 - 1699)*Samuel Sewall (1652 - 1730)* Stephen Sewall (1657 - 1725)*
Burial: First Parish Burying Ground Newbury Essex County Massachusetts, USA
Maintained by: Robert Sewell Originally Created by: Nareen, et al Record added: Jul 25, 2007 Find A Grave Memorial# 20628887
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