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- Ancestor of Temperance Shipman (Frances Brooks). See Natalie R Fernald, The Genealogical Exchange, Vol. 1-7, page 78. GoogleBooks.
- The Vital Records of Saybrook, Connecticut write that "Abraham Shipman the first above written Departed this Life Aprill 26th 1750."
- User ID: 81BF4F4A05F34EDB820605BC796416265C27
- Data Changed:
- Date: 23 APR 2010
Prior to import, this record was last changed 23 APR 2010.
- Husband: Abraham Shipman
- Wife: Ruth Butler
- Date: 9 MAY 1722
- Place: Saybrook, Middlesex Co CT
- Source: #S827
- User ID: 6CB904A18B7F431E8641B4871FBC2768A1D9
- Child: Abraham Shipman
- Child: Martha Shipman
- Child: Michael Shipman
- Child: Jonathan Shipman
- Child: Mary Shipman
- Child: Temperance Shipman
- Child: John Shipman
- Child: Edmund Shipman
- Child: Ruth Shipman
- Source S827
- Text: Vital Records of Saybrook 1647-1834 (Online Database: NewEnglandAncestors.org, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2008), (Originally published as: Vital Records of Saybrook 1647-1834. Hartford, The Connecticut Historical Society and the Connecticut Society of the Order of the Founders and Patriots of America, 1952.) p 58: 9 May 1722, marriage of Abraham Shipman and Ruth Butler. Their son Abraham was born 6 Oct 1723. Abraham Sr died 26 Apr 1750.
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