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Mary (Howlett) Hazen (abt. 1664 - 1727)

Mary Hazen formerly Howlett
Born about in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts Baymap
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Wife of — married 1 Jan 1683 in Rowley, Essex, Massachusettsmap
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Died in Norwich, New London, Connecticutmap
Profile last modified | Created 15 Apr 2009
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Mary was born about 1664 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. She died about 24 October 1727 and was buried at Great Pine Swamp Cemetery, Franklin. Her memorial has a some biographical material, a photo and links to those of her spouse and children.[1]


  1. Mary Howlett Hazen memorial at Find A Grave.

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Mary Howlett

(dau. of Thomas Howlett and Lydia Peabody) b. prob. at Ipswich, Mass. about 1664 d. Oct. 24, 1727, Norwich, Conn. bur. Old Indian Burying ground opposite their house, Norwich Twp., Conn. (On a mound called the Old Indian Burying ground in a field opposite the house, is a tombstone inscribe “HERE LYES YE BODY OF MRS. MARY HAZEN LAT WIFE TO LEUT. THOMAS HAZEN WHO DIED OCTO YE 24 1727, AGED 63 YEARS. It was said her husband was also buried there, but no stone remains to mark the grave.)

posted 15 May 2011 by kj Fogge
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Howlett-352 and Howlett-1 appear to represent the same person because: Same name, same family, similar dates
posted by Bob Tonsmeire