20 Sep 1701
Elizabeth Franklin [half]
Samuel Franklin [half]
Hannah (Franklin) Cole [half]
Josiah Franklin [half]
Joseph Franklin I [half]
Anne (Franklin) Harris [half]
Joseph Franklin II [half]
John Franklin Sr
Sarah (Franklin) Davenport
Lydia (Franklin) Scott
Jane (Franklin) Mecom
5 Feb 1703
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Ebenezer Franklin was born at Boston, Massachusetts on Sept. 20, 1701, the son of
Josiah Franklin and Abiah Folger.
He drowned 'in a tub of suds' on February 5, 1702/3 aged about 16 months
1701: Ebenezer son of Josiah Frankling and Abiah his wife, born Sept. 20, 1701. (p. 7)
1.0 City Document 43. A Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston containing Boston Births From AD 1700 to AD 1800, Rockwell and Churchill Printers, Boston, Massachusetts, 1894 1.1 ↑ Diary of Samuel Sewall: 1674-1729, Volume 2. In Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Volume 6, Massachusetts Historical Society, University Press, Boston, Massachusetts, 1879 p. 73
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