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Deborah (Ingersoll) Larrabee (1668 - aft. 1732)

Deborah Larrabee formerly Ingersoll
Born in Kittery, York, Mainemap [uncertain]
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 1 Dec 1686 in Falmouth, Cumberland, Mainemap
Descendants descendants
Died after in Falmouth, Cumberland, Mainemap [uncertain]
Profile last modified | Created 3 Aug 2009
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Biography

Deborah Ingersoll, daughter of John and Deborah Gunnison, was born about 1668, likely in Falmouth, Maine where her parents lived at the time. She married at Falmouth, Maine, December 1, 1686, Benjamin Larrabee. Deborah died after August 2, 1746.[1]

Deborah Ingersoll married Benjamin Larrabee, December 1, 1686 at Falmouth, Maine. She was his widow as of July 29, 1732, age about 64.[2]

Research Notes

Her name in a list of children of her parents: List of children in Rev Thomas Smith's journal also in Avery's Ingersoll Family page 6-7. i. Elisha ii. Nathaniel iii. John b 1665 iv. Ephraim b 1666. Lived Kittery. v. Deborah b 1668 who m Benjamin Larrabee. vi. Mary m abt 1708 to Daniel Low. vii. Rachel m in 1719 to John Chapman, lived east of Spruce Creek (Kittery), 6 ch. viii. Abigail b 1685 d 1755, m 1st Joseph Judkins, 2nd Mr Blacey, m 3rd Ebenezer Blaisdell, had 9 ch by 3rd husband. ix. daughter d bef 1714, married Mr Brown, child Sarah.

Sources

  1. Avery, Lillian Drake, A Genealogy of the Ingersoll family in America 1629-1925 : comprising descendants of Richard Ingersoll of Salem, published 1927 Reference pages 6-7, 11
  2. Libby, Charles Thornton, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, published 1929-1939. Reference Volume 3, page 416
  1. Rev Thomas Smith's journal

Acknowledgments

Thank you to Andrew White for creating WikiTree profile Ingersoll-288 through the import of APW_2013-03-26.ged on Mar 26, 2013. Thank you to William Graham for creating WikiTree profile Ingersoll-299 through the import of WLGraham.ged on May 24, 2013.



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Ingersoll-288 and Ingersoll-1 appear to represent the same person because: Appears to be same lady. -288 is orphaned and basically unsourced.

Her death date is not sourced.

posted by Beryl Meehan
Ingersoll-55 and Ingersoll-1 appear to represent the same person because: Appear to be the same person, because they have the same birth and death date and other vital information look the same.
posted by John Floyd

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