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Lucy (Johnson) Abbe (1750)

Lucy Abbe formerly Johnson
Born in Lebanon, CTmap [uncertain]
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married 10 Mar 1768 in Mansfield, Tolland, Connecticutmap
Descendants descendants
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 21 Apr 2009
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Becky (Nally) Syphers notes: "One written source gives her father as John and her birth place as Lebanon, CT.[1] I was not able to verify this using the Barbour Index at the CT State Library."

Research Notes

There was a John Johnson who was a resident of Lebanon. He had a daughter Lucy born about 1747. John Johnson is such a common name that there are problems trying to connect this Lucy with the Lucy who married Solomon Abby

There was a second Lucy Johnson born about 1750, daughter of David Johnson. She was baptized at the Congregational Church of Colchester, Connecticut.[2]

I also looked at the microfilm land records for both towns and the card file of probate cases at the Connecticut State Library.


  1. Dimock: Vital Records of Manchester, Conn
  2. the microfilm records of Colchester, Connecticut show water damage or other deterioration

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Hello there! I saw that this is a brick wall - I can take a look. I'm extremely familiar with Lebanon and Columbia original records and the area in general - as Lebanon covered such a large area until it was broken up into smaller towns, in this case it is helpful to find the direct records rather than the Barbour transcriptions, as additional data can often be gleaned from the original book (often, families stayed within a congregation and somehow designated familial relationships).
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