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A memoir of Judge Ebenezer Thompson of Durham, New Hampshire : with some account of his parentage and offspring

Judge Ebenezer Thompson, Durham, N.H
by Mary P. Thompson
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2011

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Digital images of original published: Concord, N.H. : Republican Press Assoc., 1886. 86 p. : facsims.

Includes bibliographic references.

Includes Bartlett, Coe, Davis, Demerit, McCrillis, Pickering and related families.

"Printed for private circulation only." (T.p.).

Robert Thompson (1688/1690-1752) moved to Oyster River near Madbury, New Hampshire in 1707, and married Abigail Davis in 1722, settling in Durham, New Hampshire. Ebenezer Thompson (1737-1802), a son, married Mary Torr in 1758, and was active in the Revolutionary War and New Hampshire politics. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Washington, D.C., Illinois and elsewhere.

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