Abigail (Batchelder) Bachelder (born 1713)

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Abigail (Batchelder) Bachelder
1713
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May 16, 1713
Hampton Falls, New Hampshire US
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Abigail Batchelder Bachelder was born on May 16, 1713 in Hampton Falls, New Hampshire. She was born into the Batchelder family and married into the Bachelder family.
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