Abigail (Manning) Bacon (born 1722)

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Abigail (Manning) Bacon
1722
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1722
Woodstock, Connecticut
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Nov
Woodstock, Connecticut
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Abigail Manning Bacon was born in 1722 in Woodstock, Connecticut. She was born into the Manning family and married into the Bacon family. She died in Nov in Woodstock, Connecticut.
Updated: February 6, 2019
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