Persons born on 30 August 1745



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Lemuel Marden, occupation farmer, was born 30 August 1745, in Bradford, MA, child of David, married Hannah Greenough, served in the American Revolutionary War: Colonel Foy's Regt./Pvt, died 8 January 1818, in New Boston, New Hampshire, and was buried in Village Cemetery in New Boston.
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Simeon Bullard was born 30 August 1745, in New Ipswich, married Ruth Adams, served in the American Revolutionary War: Capt. Joseph Parker Co./Sergeant, died 21 January 1828, in Dublin, New Hampshire, and was buried in Old Town Cemetery in Dublin.
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