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ELIZABETH FOLLETT, b. 23 MAR 1701, Kittery, York, Maine
Posted by: Sarah Clayton (ID *****1084) Date: June 02, 2005 at 15:51:21
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I have an ELIZABETH FOLLETT, b. 23 MAR 1701, Kittery, York, Maine, born to John Follett and Sarah Gunnison.
Source for Elizabeth is "Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire" as follows:

"FOLLETT, John, married in Boston 14 MAR 1700 Sarah Gullison (Gunnison), perhaps same 22 in 1701. In 1707, of Kittery, butcher, wife Sarah, he sold 6 acres laid out to him 6 OCT 1702. List 298. Sarah first joined Kittery Church in 1718. He was baptised., sick, 8 NOV 1719. Church Records: Elizabeth, born 23 MAR 1701, married 14 NOV 1720, John Dolley of Newcastle. Frances, born 16 FEB 1702, married 13 JAN 1725-26 Matthew Vincent. Sarah, born 18 DEC 1703. One sarah married in Boston 13 March 1726 Charles Treleaven. Martha, baptisted 5 JUL 1719. Mary, baptised same day, owned Covt. 8 Sep 1728. John, baptised same day, married (int. 16 SEp 1731) Mary Tripe. Children: Charles, baptised same day. One Charles married in Boston, 25 OCT 1739, Lydia Doak."

I am connected, I suppose, to Elizabeth Follett, through her son John Dolley, who married Sarah Goddard, and her grandaughter Dorcas Dolley, who married Moses Twitchell.

Can someone suggest a connection for this John Follett with daughter Elizabeth and wife Sarah? I had thought he was the son of Robert Follett and Persis Black.

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