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Lieut John Merriman
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Birth: Feb. 28, 1659
Death: 1741
New Haven County
Connecticut, USA

The son of my ancestors, NATHANIEL & JOAN (LINES) MERRIMAN, he married Elizabeth Peck on Nov. 20, 1690 in Wallingford, Conn.

In Oct., 1698, Sarg. John Merriman & Capt. Thomas Yale were appointed to lay out land granted for Thomas Hull in Wallingford. On the same date, the Court grants to Sarg. John Merriman of Wallingford, 50 acres of land "in consideration of his fathers service in the Pequot warre".

He was appointed Lieut. of the trainband at Wallingford in October 1704. Between 1697 and 1706, he served as a deputy to the general court in Hartford for Wallingford. 
Family links: 
  Nathaniel Merriman (1613 - 1694)
  Joan Lines Merriman (1628 - 1709)
  Elizabeth Peck Merriman (1673 - 1709)
  Elizabeth Brown Merriman (1670 - 1740)*
  Sarah Merriman Atwater (1701 - 1732)*
  Hannah Merriman Ives (1651 - 1702)*
  Abigail Merriman Hitchcock (1654 - ____)*
  Mary Merriman Curtis (1657 - 1733)*
  John Merriman (1659 - 1741)
  Caleb Merriman (1665 - 1703)*
  Elizabeth Merriman Lewis (1669 - 1749)*
*Calculated relationship
Center Street Cemetery
New Haven County
Connecticut, USA
Created by: Nareen, et al
Record added: Aug 06, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 28820708
Lieut John Merriman
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Rest In Peace, 7G Grandfather
- James E. Welch
 Added: Feb. 6, 2016

- Rose Mary Minyard
 Added: Sep. 14, 2013
Love to a distant ancestor, Wynn Woolman Beeson
- wynn beeson
 Added: Aug. 31, 2013
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