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Joshua Paine
Birth: Aug. 28, 1697
Eastham
Barnstable County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Mar. 10, 1775
Amenia
Dutchess County
New York, USA

Mayflower Descendant: Great-great grandson of Stephen Hopkins.
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Thomas Paine (1656 - 1721)
  Hannah Shaw Paine (1661 - 1713)
 
 Spouses:
  Rebecca Sparrow Paine (1702 - 1736)
  Constance Paine Baker Paine (1704 - 1787)*
 
 Children:
  Joshua Paine (1721 - 1763)*
  Ruth Paine (1723 - 1740)*
  Elijah Paine (1724 - 1749)*
  Abijah Paine (1724 - 1745)*
  Sparrow Paine (1726 - 1734)*
  Benajah Paine (1728 - ____)*
  Ephraim Paine (1730 - 1785)*
  Rebacca Paine Dyer (1732 - ____)*
  Ichabod Paine (1736 - 1812)*
  Barnabas Paine (1737 - 1822)*
  Abigail Paine (1739 - 1749)*
  Uriah Paine (1741 - 1749)*
  Moses Paine (1744 - 1749)*
  Phebe Paine Monroe (1746 - 1799)*
  Anne Paine (1748 - 1749)*
 
 Siblings:
  Hannah Paine (1679 - 1681)*
  Hugh Paine (1680 - 1681)*
  Hannah Paine Binney (1684 - 1757)*
  Jonathan Paine (1685 - 1752)*
  Abygaile Paine (1687 - 1688)*
  Abigail Paine French (1689 - 1731)*
  Phebe Paine (1691 - 1695)*
  Elkanah Paine (1692 - 1774)*
  Moses Paine (1695 - 1764)*
  Joshua Paine (1697 - 1775)
  Phebe Paine Knowles (1699 - 1748)*
  Lydia Paine Hinckley (1700 - ____)*
  Barnabas Paine (1705 - 1768)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
There is no marker for Joshua Paine.
Description of the Amenia Burying Grounds from VanAlystyne, "Burying Grounds of Sharon, Conn., Amenia and North East, New York" (1903):

"The old cemetery of Amenia lies about a mile north-east of the present village. The Church Society to which it belonged was called "Carmel in the Nine Partners"; the building went by the name of the "Red Meeting House". The land for both was donated by Stephen Hopkins.

Paine Family Records by Henry D. Paine 1883 Vol.2 p.85-86
" and was buried," says the late Dr. L. C. Paine, of Albion, N. Y., who visited the place of his burial in 1856, " in the old cemetery near where the old red Meeting House stood, a little to northeast of Amenia village. There is no stone or other monument denoting the spot where his ashes repose ; but an open spot was pointed out to me by Barnabas Paine, Esq., where, he said Joshua and Constance Paine, his grand-parents, were buried."


NOTE: This memorial was originally created by Jan Franco in 2007, she was kind of enough to transfer it to me. In the process of transferring information from my duplicate memorial to hers, I inadvertently delete her original memorial instead of mine.
 
Note: "The old cemetery of Amenia lies about a mile north-east of the present village. The Church Society to which it belonged was called "Carmel in the Nine Partners"; the building went by the name of the "Red Meeting House". The land for both was donate
 
Burial:
Old Amenia Burying Ground
Amenia
Dutchess County
New York, USA
 
Created by: Sandy
Record added: Jul 09, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39259702
Joshua Paine
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Added by: Jan Franco
 
 
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