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Ebenezer Dains (1680 - 1753)

Ebenezer Dains
Born in Norwich, New London, Connecticutmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 17 Mar 1707 in Canterbury, New London, Connecticutmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Canterbury, Windham, Connecticutmap
Profile last modified | Created 11 Sep 2012
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Biography

Ebenezer Dayns and Marcy Luddington were married on 11 March 1706/7 in Norwich, Connecticut.[1]

Children of Ebenezer Daynes and his wife Marcy included:

  1. Benajah Dayns, born in Norwich on 7 September 1708. [2]
  2. Elenor Dayns, born in Norwich 4 February 1709/10.[3]
  3. Ebenezer Dayns, born in Norwich on 9 April 1712. [4]
  4. Elizabeth Dayns, born in Norwich on 20 August 1717[5]


Sources

  1. Vital Records of Norwich, 1659-1848. Hartford, Society of colonial wars in the state of Connecticut, 1913. Accessed at AmericanAncestors.org. Vol. 1, page 63: Ebenezer Dayns and Marcy Ludington ware Married the. 11th. Day of March: Anno: 1706/7.
  2. Vital Records of Norwich, Vol. 1, page 63: Ebenezer Dayns was born the 9th of Aprill 1712 of Ebenezer Dayns and Marcy Ludington.
  3. Vital Records of Norwich, Vol. 1, page 63: Ebenezer Dayns was born the 9th of Aprill 1712 of Ebenezer Dayns and Marcy Ludington.
  4. Vital Records of Norwich, Vol. 1, page 63: Ebenezer Dayns was born the 9th of Aprill 1712 of Ebenezer Dayns and Marcy Ludington.
  5. Vital Records of Norwich, Vol. 1, page 63: Ebenezer Dayns was born the 9th of Aprill 1712 of Ebenezer Dayns and Marcy Ludington.




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Dains-98 and Dains-89 appear to represent the same person because: Same name, similar details.
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