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Maltby Genealogy - American Lineage - Second Generation

Samuel and Elizabeth (SCUDDER) LOTHROP
Samuel and Sarah BALDWIN

His Parents - John and Hannah (HOWSE) LOTHROP

Spouse's Parents - Thomas and Elizabeth (LOWERS) SCUDDER

Kids - John , Elizabeth , Samuel , Sarah , Martha. , Israel , Joseph , Abigail and Anne

CF-2mF. Samuel LOTHROP b. abt. 1623 in Egerton, Huddersfield, York or Kent, Eng. d. Feb. 28, 1699/00 in Norwich, New London Co., CT. m. Nov. 28, 1644 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA. to Elizabeth SCUDDER b. abt. 1622 est. Boston, Suffolk, Eng. d. Feb. 28, 1699/00 in New London, CT. m. (2. abt. 1690, Sarah BALDWIN b. abt. 1645

     Children of Samuel and Elizabeth SCUDDER 
CF-2mF-A.    John LATHROP,    b. Dec. 07, 1645.
CF-2mF-b.    Elizabeth  "     b. Mar. 1647/48.
CF-2mF-C.    Samuel     "     b. Mar. 1649/50.
CF-2mF-d.    Sarah      "     b. Oct. 1655.
CF-1F.       Martha.    "     b. Jan. 1656/57.
CF-2mF-F.    Israel     "     b. Oct. 1659.
CF-2mF-G.    Joseph     "     b. Oct. 1661.
CF-2mF-h.    Abigail    "     b. May 11, 1665.
CF-2mF-i.    Anne       "     b. Aug. 07, 1667. 


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