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John Pabodie (1645 - 1669)

John Pabodie
Born in Duxbury, Plymouth Colonymap
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Died in Duxbury, Plymouth Colonymap
Profile last modified | Created 10 Jan 2009 | Last significant change: 20 Jan 2022
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Biography

John Pabodie (1645-1669), the eldest child of William Pabodie and his wife Elizabeth Alden Pabodie, was killed when he fell while riding a horse. A tree branch caught him and forced him to the ground. He was age 24 when he died. He never married.

Name

John Pabodie

Birth

4 OCT 1645 Duxbury, Plymouth Co, Massachusetts

Death

17 NOV 1669 Duxbury, Plymouth Co, Massachusetts

Sources


  • Page 21: John pabodie the son of william pabodie & Elizabeth his wife was borne October . 4 . 1645.
  • Page 164: John pabodie the sonn of william pabodie & Elizabeth his Wife Dyed november : 17 . 1669.
  • Page 114: birth of John, son of William & Elizabeth [dup. Elisabeth], 04 October 1645.


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