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Text:"... the Portledge property to this day. All the other property was lost to the Family. Mr. Nathaniel Coffin, the father of GeneralJohnCoffin, was born in the early part of the 18th century, and received his..."
Date:1880
Publication place:England
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Text:"...MEMOIR OF GENERALJOHNCOFFIN. The subject of the following memoir, GeneralJohnCoffin, was the third son of Mr. Nathaniel Coffin, Cashier of Customs at Boston, Capital of the State of Massachusets..."
Date:1880
Publication place:England
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Text:"...MEMOIR OF GENERALJOHNCOFFIN. .•ti^ The subject of the following memoir, GeneralJohnCoffin, was the third son of Mr. Nathaniel Coffin, Cashier of Customs at Boston, Capital of the State..."
Date:1860
Publication place:England
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Text:"...MEMOIR OP GENERALJOHNCOFFIN, CO»iPILED PROM VARIOUS SOURCES, BY HIS THIRD SON, CAPTAIN HENEY COFFIN, RN. For the purpose of distribution amongst his relations and friends. READING : PRINTED BY E..."
Date:1880
Publication place:England
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Text:"... in Kings County, GeneralJohnCoffin, aged 82 years, being born in the year 1756. General Coffin commenced his Military career as a Volunteer at the battle of Bun"ker's Hill, - soon rose to the rank..."
Date:1880
Publication place:England
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Text:"... of death without benefit of clergy. The descendants of Nathaniel, to wit, GeneralJohnCoffin and family, made for themselves a place and a name among the earliest settlers of New Brunswick. John, his uncle..."
Date:1880
Publication place:England
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Text:"...\\..- I!/ .;, y^ MEMOIR / 1 . Of GENERALJOHNCOFFIN, COMPILED FROM VARIOUS SOURCES, BY HIS THIRD SON, CAPTAIN HENRY/% COFFIN, R.N. For the purpose of distribution amongst his relations and friends..."
Date:1860
Publication place:England
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Text:"... withdrew to England, but returned to New York in 1781, and died on landing. He left three sons, afterwards GeneralJohnCoffin, of New Brunswick, and Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin, Bart., of both of whom more..."
Date:1880
Publication place:England
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Text:"...69 The fifth, Mary, married Charles R. Ogden, Esquire, Attorney-General, Lower Canada, and died in 1827. Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin, Bart., was a brother of GeneralJohnCoffin, of New Brunswick..."
Date:1880
Publication place:England
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Text:"... instant, at his residence in Kings County, GeneralJohnCoffin, aged 82 years, being born in the year 1756. General CofiSn commenced his Military careoi as a Volunteer at the battle of Bunkers Hill,- soon..."
Date:1860
Publication place:England
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Text:"... to another Boston Royalist family, being a •daughter of John Coffin and sister of Lieutenant-GeneralJohnCoffin of the British army and of Sir Isaac Coffin, admiral In the British navy. HARD NUT FOR GOLFERS..."
Date:Apr 20 1902
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... left their homes liv North Carolina and took up their residence in New Brunswick. He was th« great-grandson of GeneralJohnCoffin and the great-grand-nephew of Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin, Bart. Charles..."
Date:Oct 26 1899
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... was the second son of GeneralJohnCoffin, who did good service dnring the American War of Independence. Admiral Coffin was taken to sea by his uncle, Admiral Sir Isaac Coffin, G.C.H., in 1799, and entered..."
Date:May 15 1882
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... District.—At Bath. ag;d 76, Anne, relict of GeneralJohnCoffin, Governor of Sr. John's. N.B.—At Alnwick, in her 71st year, Mary Ann, wife of Robert Thorp, Esq . Clerk if the Peace f-'r Northumberland..."
Date:Apr 6 1839
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of the late Lieut.-Col. H. Young, of Bedford, aged 22. On tlie 2nd inst., at Alwington House, Kingston, Ontario, Canadian Dominion, the Dowager Baroness de longuieul, daughter of the late GeneralJohnCoffin..."
Date:June 26 1868
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., New Brunswick, a prosperous merchant. GeneralJohnCoffin, the third son of Nathaniel, the Cashir, was born in Boston, 1756, was sent to sea at a very early age, and at the age of eighteen..."
Date:1910
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... of GeneralJohnCoffin, which I have read with much pleas"ure and interest. I cannot understand how my relationship can be established with Mr. Pine who married Miss Coffin, Brixton, as my ancestor, Mr..."
Date:1868
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... the peace, he was at St. John, New Brunswick, a prosperous merchant. GENERALJOHNCOFFIN, the third son of Nathaniel, the Cashier, was born in Boston, 1756, was sent to sea at a very early age, and at the age..."
Date:1910
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...HI8T0BI0AL HAQAZIHB. lU M In bsluid, t th* cannot (iluna oar n GeneralJohnCoffin, compiled by hit ton, Captain Hairy E. Coffin. B.N. By the Rev. J. T. Pine Coffin, of Pottledge, and Sir Edward..."
Date:1868
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Text:"... the Portledge property to this day. All the other property was lost to the Family. Mr. Nathaniel Coffin, the father of GeneralJohnCoffin, was bom in the early part of the 18th century, and received his..."
Date:Between 1751 and 1874