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Samuel Aborn, Jr
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Birth: Mar. 20, 1765
Death: Jan. 3, 1818

Parents:
. Col. Samuel Aborn &
. Mary Burrows

Marriage:
. Hannah Tillinghast; 7 Oct 1785

Children:
1. Maria Aborn (1788-1847)
+ sp: Henry Jacobs (1788-1819)
2. Daniel Tillinghast Aborn (1790-1836)
+ sp: Eliza Rogers Young (1797-1821)
3. Hannah Gibbs Aborn (1792-1865)
+ sp: Charles Lee Bowler (1786-1871)
4. Sally Aborn (1794-1795)
5. Elizabeth Aborn (1795-1809)
6. Samuel Aborn [1797-]
7. George Gibbs Aborn (1798-1806)
8. Francis B Aborn (1801-1801)
9. Abigail Aborn [1803-1866]
+ sp: Richard Thornton [1806-1875]
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Samuel Aborn (1725 - 1801)
  Mary Burrows Aborn (1732 - 1797)
 
 Spouse:
  Hannah Tillinghast Aborn (1762 - 1827)
 
 Children:
  Maria Aborn Jacobs (1788 - 1847)*
  Daniel Tillinghast Aborn (1790 - 1836)*
  Hannah Gibbs Aborn Bowler (1792 - 1865)*
  Sally Aborn (1794 - 1795)*
  Elizabeth Aborn (1795 - 1809)*
  George Gibbs Aborn (1798 - 1806)*
  Francis B. Aborn (1801 - 1801)*
  Abigail Aborn Thornton (1803 - 1866)*
 
 Siblings:
  Henrietta Aborn Whitney (1753 - 1803)*
  Sarah Aborn Rhodes (1754 - 1817)*
  Thomas Aborn (1756 - 1763)*
  Lowrey Aborn (1758 - 1830)*
  Cynthia Aborn Douville (1760 - 1806)*
  John Anthony Aborn (1761 - 1821)*
  Samuel Aborn (1765 - 1818)
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Swan Point Cemetery
Providence
Providence County
Rhode Island, USA
 
Created by: Superkentman
Record added: Sep 08, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21438816
Samuel Aborn, Jr
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