John Wiley (1610 - 1672)

John Wiley
1610 - 1672
updated August 02, 2020
John Wiley, father to 6 children, was born in 1610 in Mumby, England United Kingdom. He married Elizabeth Clough in in Reading, Massachusetts. They gave birth to John Wiley, Mary Wiley, Elizabeth Wiley, Susannah Wiley, Timothy Wiley, and Sarah (Wiley) Fletcher. He died on September 5, 1672 in Reading, Massachusetts at age 62.
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John Wiley was born in in Mumby, Lincolnshire County, England United Kingdom LN13
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John Wiley died on in Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts United States
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John Wiley & Elizabeth (Clough) Wiley

Reading, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States

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1625 - Aug 3, 1662

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1646 - 1672
1647 - 1711
1649 - Unknown
1655 - 1729
1653 - 1728
Feb 4, 1658 - Apr 24, 1761

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John Wiley, father to 6 children, passed away on September 5, 1672 in Reading, Massachusetts at 62 years old. He was born in 1610 in Mumby, England United Kingdom. He married Elizabeth Clough in in Reading, Massachusetts. They gave birth to John Wiley, Mary Wiley, Elizabeth Wiley, Susannah Wiley, Timothy Wiley, and Sarah (Wiley) Fletcher.
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