Person:Susannah Harrington (3)

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m. 13 May 1720
  1. Isaac Harrington1722 - 1727
  2. Moses Harrington1724 -
  3. Susannah Harrington1726 - 1730
  4. Thankful Harrington1728/29 - 1794
  5. Tamar Harrington1730/31 - 1734/5
  6. Isaac Harrington1734 - 1737
  7. Stephen Harrington1739/40 -
  8. Jason Harrington1741/42 - 1827
  9. Isaac Harringtonaft 1743 - 1819
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Name Susannah Harrington
Gender Female
Birth[2] 15 Oct 1726 Weston, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Christening[3] 13 Nov 1726 Weston, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
Death[4] 7 Apr 1730 Weston, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1.   Harrington, George H. Manuscript of Harrington family genealogical gazetteer. (Austin, Tex.: unknown, 1941).

    Susannah, b. Weston, Mass., Apr. 7, 1730; (Bible rcd. says Oct. 15, 1726); She prob. same who married in Westborough, Mass., Apr. 15, 1758, Abner Newton.
    [Note: this source is totally contradicted by the records. The record of 7 Apr 1730 is clearly a death record. The Newton Genealogy, p. 76, suggests a different Susanna.]

  2. Weston, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Town of Weston, Births, Deaths and Marriages, 1707-1850: 1703-gravestones-1900, church records, 1709-1825. (Boston: McIndoe Bros., 1901), p. 19.

    Susanna Harrington the Daugter of Isaac Harrington and of Susanna his wife Was Born in Weston october the 15th. 1726.

  3. Weston, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Town of Weston, Births, Deaths and Marriages, 1707-1850: 1703-gravestones-1900, church records, 1709-1825. (Boston: McIndoe Bros., 1901), p. 409.

    Nov'r. 13 [1726]. Susanna - Daught'r to Isaac & Susanna Harrington [baptized]. ab'r 5 weeks old.

  4. Weston, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Town of Weston, Births, Deaths and Marriages, 1707-1850: 1703-gravestones-1900, church records, 1709-1825. (Boston: McIndoe Bros., 1901), p. 25.

    Susanna herrington the Daughter of Isaac Herrington & of Susanna his Wife Deces'd in Weston the 7-day of apriel 1730.