Hopestill (Eddy) Ormsbee (born 1684)

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Hopestill (Eddy) Ormsbee
1684 - ? (edit)
updated February 06, 2019
Hopestill Eddy Ormsbee was born around 1684 at Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA. She was born into the Eddy family and married into the Ormsbee family. She died at Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA.

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Hopestill Ormsbee was born at Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA,

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Hopestill Ormsbee died inRehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA,

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Hopestill Eddy Ormsbee passed away at Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA. She was born around 1684 at Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA. We have no information about Hopestill's immediate family.
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Other Eddies

James Eddy
Jun 21, 1725 - around Oct 6, 1795
Jean Eddy
1699 - 1769
Jeremiah Eddy
1696 - Feb 9, 1758
John Eddy
Dec 25, 1731 - Mar 21, 1823
John Eddy
1688 - 1758
John Eddy
Oct 10, 1666 - November 1726
Jonathan Eddy
Jan 20, 1712 - Mar 12, 1791
Joseph Eddy
Sep 6, 1706 - 1776
Joshua Eddy
Feb 21, 1680 - Nov 13, 1768
Lydia Eddy
1753 - 1823
Mary Eddy Shepard
Oct 22, 1713 - 1783
Mary Eddy Cole
Nov 30, 1693 - Apr 19, 1738
Nancy Anne Eddy
1749 - 1819
Nathaniel Eddy
Apr 14, 1716 - Nov 16, 1750
Nathaniel Eddy
Aug 22, 1723 - 1793
Obadiah Eddy
Sep 2, 1683 - 1757
Oliver Eddy
Dec 17, 1701 - Feb 4, 1735

Other Bios

James Eddy
Jun 21, 1725 - around Oct 6, 1795
Jean Eddy
1699 - 1769
Jeremiah Eddy
1696 - Feb 9, 1758
John Eddy
Dec 25, 1731 - Mar 21, 1823
John Eddy
1688 - 1758
John Eddy
Oct 10, 1666 - November 1726
Jonathan Eddy
Jan 20, 1712 - Mar 12, 1791
Joseph Eddy
Sep 6, 1706 - 1776
Joshua Eddy
Feb 21, 1680 - Nov 13, 1768
Lydia Eddy
1753 - 1823
Mary Eddy Shepard
Oct 22, 1713 - 1783
Mary Eddy Cole
Nov 30, 1693 - Apr 19, 1738
Nancy Anne Eddy
1749 - 1819
Nathaniel Eddy
Apr 14, 1716 - Nov 16, 1750
Nathaniel Eddy
Aug 22, 1723 - 1793
Obadiah Eddy
Sep 2, 1683 - 1757
Oliver Eddy
Dec 17, 1701 - Feb 4, 1735
Parker Eddy
Feb 24, 1717 - 1759
Patience ? Eddy
1747 - 1817
Peleg Eddy
Dec 7, 1726 - Mar 18, 1758
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