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Inscriptions on tombstones in Milford, [Conn] [1644]

Tombstones of Milford, Conn. 1644
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[S.l. : s.n.],
69 leaves : ill.

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Inscriptions beginning with William East age a year who died 18 June 1644; first adult was Sarah, wife of Nicholas Camp.

Here were buried all who died in the town previous to about 1675, among these was Mr. Prudden himself in 1656 once his farmland.

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