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[[Family:Whitney, Richard (1624-a1691)|Richard<sup>2</sup>]],
 
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son of [[Family:Whitney, Sarah (c1703-?)|Capt. Hezekiah and Sarah<sup>4</sup> (Whitney) Hapgood],
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son of [[Family:Whitney, Sarah (c1703-?)|Capt. Hezekiah and Sarah<sup>4</sup> (Whitney) Hapgood]],
 
was born 21 Apr 1725 at Stow, MA,{{ref|1}} and died 31 Oct 1780.{{ref|2}}
 
was born 21 Apr 1725 at Stow, MA,{{ref|1}} and died 31 Oct 1780.{{ref|2}}
  

Latest revision as of 18:42, 19 June 2008

Ephraim Hapgood (Sarah4 Whitney, Richard3, Richard2, John1), son of Capt. Hezekiah and Sarah4 (Whitney) Hapgood, was born 21 Apr 1725 at Stow, MA,[1] and died 31 Oct 1780.[2]

Ephraim married, circa 1747, Rebecca Gibson, daughter of Abraham and Mary (Wheeler) Gibson. She was born 27 Jan ro 27 Feb 1727/8, Stow, MA.

Children of Ephraim and Rebecca (Gibson) Hapgood:

i. Nathaniel Hapgood, b. 26 Feb 1747, Stow, MA; d. 8 Oct 1756, Acton, MA.
ii. Oliver Hapgood, b. 7 Nov 1749, Stow, MA; d. 7 Oct 1756, Acton, MA.
iii. Abraham Hapgood, b. 9 Oct 1752, Stow, MA; d. 6 Apr 1819.
iv. Ephraim Hapgood, b. 3 May 1755, Acton, MA; d. 28 Mar 1828; m. Molly Tuttle.
v. Hezekiah Hapgood, b. 23 Dec 1757, Acton, MA; d. Oct 1818; m.(1) 25 Nov 1777, Stow, MA, Dorcas Whitcomb; poss. m.(2) Persis (Whitcomb) Blodgett.
vi. Nathaniel Hapgood, b. 2 Apr 1760, Acton, MA; d. 31 Oct 1780.
vii. Oliver Hapgood, b. 12 Aug 1762, Stow, MA; d. 11 Nov 1819; m. 10 Oct 1789, Littleton, MA, Lucy Tuttle.
viii. Sarah Hapgood, b. 7 Apr 1765, Acton, MA.
ix. Jonathan Hapgood, b. 30 Jul 1767, Acton, MA; d. 1 Jan 1843; m. 31 Dec 1795, Milton, VT, Abigail Austin.
x. Mary Hapgood, b. 17 Oct 1769, Acton, MA; d. 3 Jan 1799.
xi. Joseph Hapgood, b. 2 Apr 1772, Acton, MA.

References

1. Stow VRs


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