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John RIPLEY & Jane WHITMARSH
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Husband: John RIPLEY
Born: 01 FEB 1656 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Married: 13 OCT 1686 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: 27 SEP 1720 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Father: John RIPLEY
Mother: Elizabeth HOBART
Spouses:
Wife: Jane WHITMARSH
Born: 08 APR 1664 in Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts
Died: 22 MAY 1705 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Father: Nicholas WHITMARSH
Mother: Hannah REED
Spouses:
Children
01 (F): Rebecca RIPLEY
Born: 1690 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: Unknown
Spouses: John GARNET, Junior
02 (M): Hezekiah RIPLEY
Born: 29 MAR 1693 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: 20 JUN 1736
Spouses: Sarah GARDINER
03 (F): Jane RIPLEY
Born: 1694 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: 23 MAR 1765
Spouses: James GARNET
04 (M): Joel RIPLEY
Born: 24 DEC 1694 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: Unknown
Spouses:
05 (M): Charles RIPLEY
Born: 03 AUG 1699 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: Unknown
Spouses: Deborah WILCUT
06 (F): Hannah RIPLEY
Born: about 1700 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: Unknown
Spouses: Samuel BRADFORD
07 (F): Deborah RIPLEY
Born: 26 FEB 1702 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: 15 OCT 1784 in Killingly, Connecticut
Spouses: Joseph TORREY
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Revised: January 26, 2021

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