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William Pabodie Jr (1664 - 1744)

William Pabodie Jr
Born in Duxbury, Plymouth Colonymap
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Husband of — married 27 Jun 1693 in Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Islandmap
Husband of — married 20 Mar 1715 [location unknown]
Husband of — married 14 Dec 1717 [location unknown]
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Died at age 79 in Little Compton, Newport, Rhode Islandmap
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William Pabodie, Jr. was born November 24, 1664 at Duxbury, Massachusetts and died at Little Compton, Rhode Island on September 17, 1774. He married three times.

His first wife was Judith Tilden (a descendant of Pilgrim Richard Warren). They married June 27, 1693 at Scituate, Massachusetts. Together they had eight children. She died at Little Compton on July 28, 1714.

He married his second wife, Widow Elizabeth (Troope) Peck, on March 20, 1715 at Little Compton. One child was born to this marriage. This wife died December 14, 1717, a few days after the birth of the baby.

His third wife was Mary (Morgan) Starr, who was born in New London, Connecticut.


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