The Cressy Family

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Richard4 Cressey (Lieutenant Daniel,3 John,2 Mighill1) was bapt. April 17, 1737, in Beverly, Mass., m. Susan Eaton of Methuen in 1761. He and his brother Daniel4 were two of the 10 soldiers who served in the Revolutionary War from Bradford, N.H. He was a blacksmith by trade and served in the army as a gunsmith to keep the old flintlock in repair. Some of his descendants have a pass and leave of absence given him by General Stark. He kept a country store in Bradford. Earlier he lived for a time in Salem and Hopkinton, N.H. He d. in Bradford September 9, 1809. She d. in 1825 in 85th year.


156 I.

Jabez,5 b. September 3, 1762.

157 II.

Hannah, b. November 8, 1764, d. July 30, 1778.

158 III

Susan, b. June 27, 1767, d. July 7, 1778.

159 IV.

Mary, b. April 1, 1770, m. Abram Currier, a Revolutionary soldier.

160 V.

Ebenezer, b. February 25, 1773, m. Martha -----.

161 VI.

Richard, b. November 10, 1775, m. Abigail Presby.

162 VII.

Hannah, b. August 9, 1778, d. July 14, 1780.

163 VIII.

William, b. May 25, 1781, m. Hannah Noyes.

164 IX.

Cyrus, b. June 4, 1786, m. Hannah Sawyer.

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LeRoy Cressy