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HELP! Grave has been located flag female ancestor  Elizabeth  PABODIE

  (b. 24 April 1647 Duxbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony   d. )  

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Elizabeth PABODIE was born 24 April 1647 in Duxbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony

Elizabeth PABODIE was the child of William PABODIE   and   Elisabeth ALDEN and the grandchild of: (maternal)  John ALDEN and Priscilla MULLINS

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Elizabeth  married  John ROGERS 16 November 1666 .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. John ROGERS  was born 1 March 1641 in Duxbury, Massachusetts, USA (Cedar Crest) (South Duxbury) (West Duxbury).  John died 28 June 1732 in Barrington, Rhode Island, USA (West Barrington).  John was the child of John ROGERS and Anna CHURCHMAN.
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1620 - 1627 - Plymouth Colony, New England
1628 - 1686 - Massachusetts Bay Colony
1686 - 1689 - Dominion of New England
1689 - 1692 - Massachusetts Bay Colony
1692 - 1775 - Province of Massachusetts Bay
1776 - 1788 - Crown Colony of Massachusetts Bay
February 6, 1788 - Massachusetts becomes 6th U.S. state

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John ROGERS was the child of John ROGERS and Anna CHURCHMAN




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Duxbury, Massachusetts, USA (Cedar Crest) (South Duxbury) (West Duxbury)
Crab Island. The Old Southwick House, built 1646
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birth1647 Birth
24 April 1647
Duxbury, Massachusetts, USA (Cedar Crest) (South Duxbury) (West Duxbury)
marriage1666 Marriage / Partner
Elizabeth PABODIE and John ROGERS 16 November 1666,
1673 Birth of Child
Elizabeth ROGERS was born 16 April 1673, Duxbury, Massachusetts, USA (Cedar Crest) (South Duxbury) (West Duxbury)

Elizabeth is buried at: Princes Hill Burial Ground Barrington Bristol County Rhode Island, USA
Added: 9/23/2016 5:16:01 PM - Updated: 10/5/2017 2:04:14 PM

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