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Edward Stebbing
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Birth: Feb. 24, 1594
Harwich, England
Death: 1663
Hartford County
Connecticut, USA

Probably the Edward Stebbing baptized at Black Notley, Essex, 24 February 1594/5, son of William Stebbing. Came (probably) from Braintree, Essex to Massachusetts Bay in 1633. First settled in Cambridge; moved to Hartford in 1636. Deacon. Died between 8 October 1663 and 19 August 1668 (date of inventory), and probably closer to the latter date.
Married by about 1629 Frances (Tough) (Chester) Smith, daughter of Ralph Tough of Burrough-on-the-Hill, Leicestershire, and widow of Sampson Chester and Thomas Smith. She died between 12 November 1673 (date of codicil to will) and 23 December 1673 (date of inventory).
Edith (Stebbins) (Day) (Maynard) Holyoke, wife successively of Robert Day, John Maynard and Eliazer Holyoke, was a younger sister of Edward Stebbins. Edward and Edith Stebbins may have been related to the brothers Rowland and Martin Stebbins

Family links: 
  Frances Tough Stebbins (1596 - 1673)*
  Mary Stebbins Gaylord (1632 - 1657)*
*Calculated relationship
Ancient Burying Ground
Hartford County
Connecticut, USA
Created by: Linda Mac
Record added: Feb 23, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34128306
Edward Stebbing
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To my 9th great grandfather, you are not forgotten. May you rest in eternal peace.
- Sally Davis
 Added: Mar. 29, 2014
Rest well, my dear Eighth Great Grandfather. You are in our hearts always.
- Jeanie
 Added: Dec. 27, 2013
To My 11th Great Grandfather, May You Forever Rest in Peace
- Elton Ellis
 Added: Nov. 11, 2013
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