Persons born on 12 January 1760



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James Cook, occupation mill owner, was born 12 January 1760, in CT, married Clarissa Gilbert, served in the American Revolutionary War: Col. Baldwin Regt., died in 1812, in Lyme, New Hampshire, and was buried in Plains Cemetery in Lyme.
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Stephen Fogg was born 12 January 1760, in Exeter, New Hampshire, child of Stephen, married Sarah Marsh, served in the American Revolutionary War: Capt. D. Gordon Company/Pvt, died 26 December 1842, in Meredith, New Hampshire, and was buried in Cass Hill Graveyard in Meredith.
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