Ancestry and Descendants of Deacon David Batchelder of Hampton Falls, N.H., Born Jan. 13, 1736, Died Mar. 11, 1811

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Batchelder Reunion Assoc., 1902 - Digital images - 80 pages

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Page 53 - Karrer served as a soldier in the Civil war, and is a member of the Grand Army of the Republic.
Page 25 - He was active in church work, and for many years was a deacon in the Congregational church at Amesbury.
Page 51 - He was a soldier in the War of the Rebellion, serving in the...
Page 8 - Deborah, daughter of John Smith of Martha's Vineyard. She died March 8, 1675. The following story is told in "New England Families,
Page 8 - Ruth, b. May 9, 1662 ; m. Deacon James Blake of Dorchester, Mass.; d. Jan. 11, 1752.
Page 25 - Co. M, First RI Cavalry; killed in battle at Aldie, Va., June 18, 1863.
Page 25 - Portland, which passed through Hampton Falls. After the Eastern railroad was built he ran a...
Page 29 - As the youngest son he stayed on the homestead to care for his parents in their declining years.
Page 50 - Falls church, thus making six generations of deacons by Batchelder name in the town.
Page 50 - Her death was a great loss to her family and the community. Children [Brown] : 332.

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