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John Coe (1699 - 1784)

John Coe
Born in Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Islandmap
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Husband of — married 10 Dec 1740 in Little Comptonmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Island, United Statesmap
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John Coe was born on 1 February 1699 to John Coe and Sarah Pabodie. He was married to Rebecca Taylor on 10 December 1740 (daughter of Peter Taylor and Hanna Wood, b. 4 January 1719). John died November 1784 at Little Compton, Rhode Island. He and Rebecca had eight children.[1]


  1. Bartlett, J. Gardner. Robert Coe, Puritan, his ancestors and descendants, 1340-1910 : with notices of other Coe families. Boston: Bartlett (Boston: Bartlett, 1911), Pg. 532; digital images, Text: "The descendants of Matthew Coe, through his son John, resided as far as known in Little Compton, R.I., until about 1800, since which time most of them have lived in or near ... Portland, Me.... This family is a small one, all the known descendants of Matthew Coe born of the name amounting to only about three hundred persons... [ in 1911]" ( : accessed 22 June 2017).
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  • WikiTree profile Coe-332 created through the import of Donnell_FosterTREE gedFILE.ged on Oct 2, 2011 by Ann Fuller. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Ann and others.
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