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Persons born on 17 January 1757

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John Marston, occupation farmer, was born 17 January 1757, in Hampton, New Hampshire, child of Elisha, married Anna Nancy Moulton, served in the American Revolutionary War: Capt. Sinclair Co./Pvt, died 19 January 1846, in Sandwich, New Hampshire, and was buried in Baptist Church Cemetery, Ctr. Sandwich in Sandwich.
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Joseph Bell was born 17 January 1757. He died and was buried in Bedford, New Hampshire, United States of America [Spouse: Bell, Mary].
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