James Pabodie

(1745 - 1784)

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James Pabodie
1745 - 1784
Born
December 14, 1745
Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA
Death
May 29, 1784
North Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA
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James Pabodie was born on December 14, 1745 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA. He died on May 29, 1784 at North Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA at 38 years of age.
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James Pabodie was born on at Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA
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James Pabodie died on at North Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA
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James Pabodie was born on at Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA
James Pabodie died on at North Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA
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James Pabodie died on May 29, 1784 at North Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA at 38 years of age. He was born on December 14, 1745 at Stonington, New London, Connecticut, USA. We are unaware of information about James's family.

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