Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Benjamin Coates - 1790 Boston, MA


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Cherokee Baskets said...

Boston, MA Marriages 1762 - 1809
From the Record Commissioners Report 101
Published 1902


Coats
Alice & William Gardner, Feb. 18, 1787 by Rev. Samuel Stillman
Catharine & Benjamin Whipple, July 19, 1801 by Rev. Thomas Baldwin
Deborah & Samuel Maynard, Dec. 29, 1791 by Rev. John Clark
Elizabeth & Solomon Sylvester, Mar. 25, 1784 by Rev. Samuel Stillman
Elizabeth & Cornelius Mansise, Nov. 9, 1796 by Rev. John Clarke
Lydia & Benjam. Salt Williams, Aug. 17, 1790 by Rev. John Clarke
Mary & John Ballard, Dec. 25, 1777 by Rev. Samuel Stillman
Ruth & James Gardner, Dec. 21, 1794 by Rev. Thos. Baldwin

Cherokee Baskets said...

MARRIAGE INTENTIONS, BOSTON, SUFFOLK CO., MA
Extracted From
A Volume of Records Relating To The
Early History of Boston
Containing Boston Marriages From 1752 to 180


1753

17 Dec, William COATS & Mercy HUNSTABLE

Cherokee Baskets said...

BOSTON, SUFFOLK CO., MA - MARRIAGES, 1762-1780
UNKNOWN to FURNACE
Extracted from
Record Commisioners Report 101


Coats
Mary & John Ballard, Dec. 25, 1777 by Rev. Samuel Stillman

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Obituary: Mr. Benjamin Coates, and child, November 1774; Massachusetts Gazette; Boston Post Boy and Advertiser, November 14-21, 1774

Obit from the Boston Post Nov. 21, 1774 - Mr. Benja. Coates, Keeper of a Livery Stable near Trinity-Church

Obit from American Apollo, Boston, Friday Jan. 18, 1793 : At Sea, Mr. Benjamin Coates; Drowned, it appears a Capt Thomas Greenleaf suffered the same fate.

Cherokee Baskets said...

The Boston Evening Post, Monday, May 3, 1773 - Obit: At Lynn, Mr. Benjamin Coates, aged 67

Cherokee Baskets said...

New-England Weekly Journal, Monday April 24, 1732: Outward bound, Coatts or Coaus for Barbados