Solving the Mystery: DNA Tests for Your Research

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Notes for Abraham Pulford

Abraham Fulford(Pulford) clothier was in Stratford, Conn. previous to 1700, where he married Phoebe daughter of James Clarke Sen. In 1700 they removed to Watertown, then part of Ancient Woodbury of which he was one of the proprietors, and established the first fulling mill in the colony, where he combed the wool, wove and fulled the cloth. He later returned to Stratford.

His wife Phoebe died in Woodbury Oct. 22-1717. His children so far as records were found were: Gershom born 1701. Phoebe born June 10-1703. Rebeckah born July 5-1715, both were bapt. May 25-1718 in Woodbury. Eunice married Samuel Beardsley of Stratford. Judith born 1707.

John died Sept. 26-1717. ("supposed died by a ram" he may be one of their children.)


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