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Enoch Coffin
Birth: Aug. 21, 1758
Dukes County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Oct. 21, 1801, At Sea

Enoch was the son of Daniel Coffin Sr. and Mary Harlock. He was a master mariner. He was referred to as "3d" and "Jr." to distinguish him from his uncle and cousin with the same name.

He married Huldah Norton on 2 Mar. 1780 in Edgartown, Dukes Co., MA. They had 7 children, all baptized at Christ Church, Edgartown. In addition to the three linked below, there were:

Mary Coffin (1783-1788); William Coffin (1794-1850), m. Sarah Mayhew; Henry Coffin (1795-1833); and Cordelia A. Coffin (1801-1866), m. Bartlett Allen.

Enoch and his family lived in Kennebec Co., ME, for several years. He died of yellow fever "on passage from West Indies" (VR Edgartown to 1850). He was 43 years old, and left behind 6 children, all minors (though the oldest, Ann/Nancy, was married by the time of his death).

He was the brother of: Mary (Coffin) Ferguson, Love (Coffin) Allen, Sarah (Coffin) Jones, and Jedidah (Coffin) Beetle
Family links: 
  Huldah Norton Coffin (1758 - 1845)*
  Ann Cousins Coffin Howard (1780 - ____)*
  Velina P. Coffin (1786 - 1871)*
  Mary Coffin Cornell (1790 - 1865)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: Heartfelt thanks to Charles Baker for creating this memorial and member John Meyer for his contributions.
Westside Cemetery
Dukes County
Massachusetts, USA
Maintained by: Joseph R. Klett
Originally Created by: Charles Baker
Record added: Feb 08, 2011
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- Brigitte Masters
 Added: Dec. 24, 2014
Thank you for your part in bringing about my life, for the love you gave and the sacrifices you made. May you rest in peace.
- Joseph R. Klett
 Added: Feb. 15, 2014
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 Added: Jun. 27, 2013
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