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Abigail (Blackman) Ingersoll (1663 - 1719)

Abigail Ingersoll formerly Blackman aka Dickinson, Blakeman
Born [location unknown]
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Wife of — married 4 Dec 1679 in Stratford, CTmap
Wife of — married 21 Jan 1708 [location unknown]
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Died [location unknown]
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  • DICKINGSON, Hezekiah (?1645-1707, Springfield) & Abigail BLACKMAN/BLAKEMAN, m/2 Thomas INGERSOLL 1708; 4 Dec 1679, 8 Dec 1679/1680, 24 Dec?; Stratford/Hadley/Hatfield
  • {Dickinson (1955) 2, 223; McCormick-Hamilton 400; Springfield Fam. (ms) 246; Dommerich Chart 28; Stratford VR 17; Hadley Fam. 34; Deerfield 144; Sv. 1:195; Boardman Anc. 248; Field 1:141; Goodwin: Gen. Notes 6; Dickinson (1897) 87; Morton 136; Fairfield Fam. 1:84; Wethersfield 2:285; Andrus (1933) 124}
  • Jacobus, Donald Lines, compiled & edited. Additions and Corrections to History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield. Supplement to The American Genealogist, October 1943. For the Eunice Dennie Burr Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (Fairfield, Connecticut) page 84

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Blackman-1837 and Blackman-11 appear to represent the same person because: Jacobus has her born November, not December
posted by [Living Winter]
Blakeman-19 and Blackman-11 appear to represent the same person because: The family were Blakeman in England; switched to Blackman in the New World.
posted by [Living Winter]

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