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Ebenezer Webster
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Birth: Aug. 1, 1667
Hampton
Rockingham County
New Hampshire, USA
Death: Feb. 1, 1736
Kingston
Rockingham County
New Hampshire, USA

Ebenezer Webster, son of Thomas & Sarah (Brewer) Webster, was born 1 August 1667 in Hampton NH and d. 1 February 1736 [or 21 Feb 1756] in Kingston NH; he was one of the grantees of the town of Kingston NH. He was a pilot in Captain John Gilman's company August 16, 1710 which went in pursuit of Indians. He was a soldier in the Indian Wars. He married July 1709 Hannah Judkins, dau of Joel & Mary (Bean) Judkins. She b. 13 Nov 1676 at Exeter NH and d. 21 Feb 1756.
Children of Ebenezer & Hannah (Judkins) Webster:
1. Rachel Webster, b. 19 March 1710; married 8 May 1735 Edward Scribner
2. Susanna Webster, b. 9 July 1712, married 27 Dec 1733 Daniel Darling
3. +Ebenezer Webster, b. 10 October 1714
4. William Webster, b. 26 Aug 1716, d. 6 Nov 1726
5. John Webster, b. 4 August 1719, d. 4 Nov 1730
6. Hannah Webster, b. 1721-22 Kingston NH; m. 4 Nov 1740 Samuel Scribner, son of Thomas & Hannah (Welch) Scribner. Her tombstone says "Great Aunt of Daniel Webster." Hannah died 17 Sep 1807 at Andover, Merrimack County NH; had issue
7. Mary Webster, b. 15 Sep 1724; m. 5 Nov 1741 Andrew Greeley
8. Joseph Webster, b. 15 Sep 1724; m. 26 Nov 1747 Maria Goss
9. Iddo, b. 16 Feb 1727
10. Edward Webster, b. 9 Feb 1728; m. 12 March 1747 Jane Goss
 
 
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 Children:
  Ebenezer Webster (1714 - 1806)*
  Hannah Webster Scribner (1722 - 1807)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Unknown
 
Created by: L. Ellis
Record added: Aug 09, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 74690045
 

Ebenezer Webster and Hannah Judkins are my 7th great grandparents on my Father's side.
- Charleen Schuster
 Added: Jul. 4, 2013
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