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Text:"... and after a were made before Benjamin was killed and Peter Lurvey Jinortally wounded JohnMorganStanwood married iurveya daughter and lived with his tnotberinlaw in the Lurvey xHeiwas born in or one year..."
Date:Aug 8 1920
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... three years Liter. JohnMorganStanwood was Peters son-in-law, and tradition was thus led astray as to;the name of the patriot, as this was the home of both. Granther Stannard believed that his legs..."
Date:1897
Publication place:Salem, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... Elvvell three years later. JohnMorganStanwood was Peters son-in-law, and tradition was thus led astray as to the name of the patriot, as this was the home of both. Granther Stannard believed that his..."
Date:1897
Publication place:Salem, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... Elwell three years later. JohnMorganStanwood was Peters son-in-law, and tradition was thus led astray as to the name of the patriot, as this was the home of both. Granther Stannard believed that his..."
Date:Between 1897 and 1898
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...GLOUCESTER MARRIAGES 355 LuRVEY, Margaret, and Daniel Tucker, int. Nov. 25, 1769. Martha, and John Phipps, int. Dec. 11, 1784. Mary, and William Davis, Mar. 21, 1765.* Mary, and JohnMorganStanwood..."
Date:1849
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... Elwell three years later. JohnMorganStanwood was Peters son-in-law, and tradition was thus led astray as to the name of the patriot, as this was the home of both. Granther Stannard believed that his..."
Date:1897
Place:Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... Elwell three years later. JohnMorganStanwood was Peters son-in-law, and tradition was thus led astray as to the name of the patriot, as this was the home of both. Granther Stannard believed that his..."
Date:1897
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Text:"...GLOUCESTER MARRIAGES 355 LuRVEY, Margaret, and Daniel Tucker, int. Nov. 25, 1769. Martha, and John Phipps, int. Dec. 11. 1784. Mary, and William Davis, Mar. 21, 1765.* Mary, and JohnMorganStanwood..."
Date:1849
Place:Massachusetts, USA
MyHeritage Family Trees
Smith Family Tree(2015) in Smith Web Site, managed by D Smith
Birth:Day Month 1774 - Place
Wife:Name of wife
Son:Name of son
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Baker Family Site (23andMe), managed by Roland Baker
Birth:Date - Place
Death:Day Month 1852 - Place
Wife:Name of wife
Children:Nehemiah Stanwood and names of 2 more children
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Hanson March 29, 2016 in Hanson Web Site, managed by Carla Hanson
Birth:1774 - Place
Death:Day Month 1852 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Wife:Name of wife
Children:Nehemiah Stanwood and names of 2 more children
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Baker Family Site (23andMe), managed by Roland Baker
Birth:Day Month 1757 - Place
Wife:Name of wife
Daughter:Name of daughter
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4864489-1 in Family site (GenCircles), managed by David Hare
Birth:Circa 1774
Death:Month 1852
Parents:Names of both parents
Wife:Name of wife
Son:Name of son
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Hanson March 17, 2016_2016-03-29 in Hanson Web Site, managed by Carla Hanson
Birth:1774 - Place
Death:Day Month 1852 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Wife:Name of wife
Children:Nehemiah Stanwood and names of 2 more children
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Smith Family Tree(2015) in Smith Web Site, managed by D Smith
Birth:Day Month 1774 - Place
Wife:Name of wife
Son:Name of son
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6579219-3 in Donovan Web Site, managed by Janice Kay Oates Donovan
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Harding Web Site, managed by Bill Harding
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Johnson Web Site, managed by Eric A. Johnson
Birth:Circa 1774
Death:Month 1852
Parents:Names of both parents
Wife:Name of wife
Son:Name of son
Essex Antiquarian, a Quarterly Magazine Devoted To the Biography, Genealogy, History And Antiquities of Essex County, Massachusetts, Volume 1, 1897
Text:"..., the hero of Hiram Rich's poem, beginning THE ESSEX ANTIQUARIAN. Browne His father, Peter Lurvey, removed from Ipswich to Gloucester in 1707, and married Rachel three years later. JohnMorganStanwood..."
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Text:"... Morgan, JohnStanwood, Albert Day, Nathan Seymour, Elisha Olmstead, Philo A. Goodwin, Joseph Pratt, Nathan Allyn, Thomas Cooly, Benning Mann, Caleb Pond, Oliver C. Phelps, Jr. Samuel H. Huntington, Simeon..."
Date:Between 1836 and 1840
Place:Connecticut, USA