Deborah (Hersey) Tyrrell (born 1684)

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Deborah (Hersey) Tyrrell
1684 - ? (edit)
updated February 06, 2019
Deborah Hersey Tyrrell was born in 1684. She was born into the Hersey family and married into the Tyrrell family.

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Born: Dec 6, 1730
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Aug 23, 1712 - Aug 31, 1740
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Born: Aug 20, 1707
Elizabeth Hersey
Dec 12, 1711 - Jun 19, 1775
Thomas Hersey
Born: Jan 12, 1763
Laban Hersey
Born: Jun 1, 1764
Charles Hersey
Born: May 6, 1766
Abel Hersey
Born: Apr 19, 1768
Abigail Hersey
Born: Jun 5, 1770
Abner Hersey
Born: Jul 21, 1773
Seth Hersey
Born: Nov 13, 1775
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Aug 19, 1778 - Dec 11, 1795

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