Persons born on 18 July 1759


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Joseph Wheat, occupation minister, was born 18 July 1759, in Hollis, New Hampshire, married Bridget Farley, served in the American Revolutionary War: Captain Ed Everett, died 28 October 1837, in Canaan, New Hampshire, and was buried in Cemetery on the Hill in Canaan.
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