Dorcas (Gardiner) Perry
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Dorcas (Gardiner) Perry (1732 - 1770)

Dorcas Perry formerly Gardiner aka Gardner
Born in South Kingstown, Washington, Rhode Islandmap
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Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Wife of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Died in Richmond, Kings, Rhode Islandmap
Profile last modified | Created 15 May 2018
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Biography

Dorcas was born in 1732. She passed away in 1770.


Sources


  • The Gardiners of Narrangansett page 20 ref GN 212 shows Dorcas Gardiner, was born in 1730, and married Edward Perry, Jr. Page 56 shows their children Benjamin, Susannah, and George. Edward married 2nd.


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There are a few corrections that should be made before this merger goes thru. Edward Perry is shown as Edward Perry, Jr. by the Gardiners of Narrangansett so his father would be suspect as a Benjamin. His son George Perry married married Ann Perry not as the other folks have an unsourced marriage. Other problems as well, and I work on fixing them a bit tonight.
posted by Howard Reynolds
Gardiner-2935 and Gardner-196 appear to represent the same person because: Gardner -196 is the proper spelling of this person, not Gardiner - Source is NSDAR: Volume 140:1918, Edward Perry m. Dorcas Gardner (Parents of George)
posted by Tim Nesmith

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