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Thomas Stebbins
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Birth: Jul. 11, 1648
Springfield
Hampden County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Dec. 17, 1695
Springfield
Hampden County
Massachusetts, USA

Thomas Stebbins was the son of Thomas Stebbins and Hannah Wright and the husband of 1) Abigail Munn; and 2) Mary Day. He served in King Philip's War and participated in Turner's Falls Fight under Capt. William Turner. Stone relocated from Elm Street Cemetery, stone gone.

In his will he mentions no sons and leaves his property to his three daughters.

Children with Abigail:

Thomas
b. January 28, 1673
d. March 20, 1675

Abigail
b. May 27, 1675
d. May 15, 1692

Hannah
b. December 29, 1677
d. January 10, 1678.

Child
still. b., November 23, 1678.

Hannah
b. December 22, 1680
m. Luke NOBLE.

Thomas
b. November 13, 1682
d. September 9, 1684.

Daughter
s. b. May 16, 1695.

Sarah
b. April 17, 1686
m. David PARSONS.

Mary
b. November 1, 1688
m. Nathan WHEELER.

Son
b. ___, January 6
d. February 15, 1691

 
 
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 Parents:
  Thomas Stebbins (1620 - 1683)
  Hannah Wright Stebbins (1626 - 1660)
 
 Spouses:
  Abigail Munn Stebbins (1650 - 1692)
  Mary Day Ely Stebbins Coleman (1641 - 1725)*
 
 Children:
  Sarah Stebbins Parsons (1686 - 1759)*
 
 Siblings:
  Samuel Stebbins (1646 - 1708)*
  Thomas Stebbins (1648 - 1695)
  Joseph Stebbins (1652 - 1728)*
  Sarah Stebbins Bliss (1654 - 1721)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Springfield Cemetery
Springfield
Hampden County
Massachusetts, USA
 
Created by: GWC
Record added: Jul 18, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 39582372
Thomas Stebbins
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