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HELP! flag female ancestor  Deborah  STALLYON (STALLION)

  (b. 20 February 1649 New London, New Haven Colony   d. 27 March 1729 Groton, Crown Colony of Connecticut )  

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Deborah STALLYON (STALLION) was born 20 February 1649 in New London, New Haven Colony

Deborah STALLYON (STALLION) was the child of Edward STALLYON (STALLION)   and   Margaret Mary MILLER

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Deborah  married  James AVERY 20 February 1669 in New London, Connecticut Colony .  The couple had (at least) 2 children. James AVERY  was born 16 December 1646 in New London, Connecticut, USA.  James died 22 August 1728 in Groton, Connecticut, USA.  James was the child of James AVERY and Joanna (Joane) GREENSLADE.

Deborah STALLYON (STALLION) died 27 March 1729 in Groton, Crown Colony of Connecticut.
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Spouse(s) / Partner(s) and Child(ren) of Deborah STALLYON (STALLION)


Deborah STALLYON (STALLION) married flag male ancestor James AVERY-- Date: 20 February 1669 Place: New London, Connecticut Colony
James AVERY was the child of James AVERY and Joanna (Joane) GREENSLADE

Children of James AVERY and Deborah STALLYON (STALLION):

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birth1649 Birth
20 February 1649
New London, Connecticut, USA

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marriage1669 Marriage / Partner
Deborah STALLYON (STALLION) and James AVERY 20 February 1669, New London, Connecticut, USA

She was 20 years old.
1680 Birth of Child
Christopher AVERY was born 23 January 1680, Groton, Connecticut, USA

Deborah was 30 years old.
1693 Birth of Child
Mary Ann AVERY was born 2 July 1693, Groton, Connecticut, USA

Deborah was 44 years old.
marriage1714 Marriage of Child
Christopher AVERY married 1 April 1714, Groton, Connecticut, USA to Prudence PAYSON
marriage1716 Marriage of Child
Mary Ann AVERY married 3 July 1716, Groton, Connecticut, USA to William MORGAN
1728 Death of Spouse/Partner
James AVERY died 22 August 1728, Groton, Connecticut, USA
death1729 Death
27 March 1729
Groton, Connecticut, USA

She died at the age of 80.
Added: 12/14/2022 12:09:39 PM - Updated: 12/14/2022 12:16:28 PM
Did You Know?America - Did you know? American Indians were not made citizens of the U.S. until Congress acted in 1924.
Did You Know?The name Connecticut originates from the Algonquian word 'Quinnehtukqut' (beside the long tidal river). (

Prior to 1638 - Connecticut, New England
1638 - 1662 - New Haven Colony
1662 - 1687 - Connecticut Colony
1688 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1690 - 1787 - Crown Colony of Connecticut
January 5, 1788 - Connecticut becomes 5th U.S. state

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