Carlisle Massachusetts Births – D Surnames

DAVIS,

Abel, s. Thomas and Sarah, Dec. 25, 1755.
Dolly, d. Nehemiah and Dorothy, June 22, 1755.
George, s. Thaddius and Sarah, Aug. 14, 1812.
John Proctor, s. John and Rebeckah, Jan. 28, 1830.
Luke, s. Nehemiah and Dorothy, June 16, 1754.
Rebekah, d. John and Rebeckah, Oct. 2, 1824.

DURANT (see also Duren),

Isaac, s. Reuben and Susanna, June 6, 1795.
Sibbel, at Billerica, Feb. 29, 1744.

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DUREN (see also Durant),

Abi, d. Thomas and Anne, Feb. 17, 1769.
Alferd, s. Thomas and Anne, Dec. 12, 1771.
Anna, d. Willard and Mary, July 20, 1799.
George, s. Reuben and Susanna, Nov. 19, 1803. P. R. 8.
George Fradrick, s. Isaac and Mary, Apr. 13, 1817.
Hannah, d. Willard and Mary, July 2, 1802.
Isaac Frederick, s. George F., agriculture, and Lucy A. F. Pease, Oct. 31, 1844.
John, s. Thomas and Anne, May 13, 1760.
Leafe, d. Thomas and-Anne, Feb. 10, 1763.
Martha Augusta, d. Isaac and Mary, Jan. 14, 1822.
Mary, d. Willard and Mary, July 17, 1794.
Mary Elizabeth, d. Isaac and Mary, Dec. 12, 1818.
Mehetebel, d. Thomas and Anne, Nov. 13, 1758.
Nancy Blood; d. Isaac and Mary, Jan. 3, 1824.
Percis, d. Thomas and Anne, Oct. 20, 1774.
Reuben, Sept. 12, 1769. P. R. 8.
Susan Maria, d. Isaac and Mary, June 4, 1820.
Susanna, w. Reuben, Feb. 28, 1773. P. R. 8.
Willard, s. Thomas and Anne, Feb. 8, 1766.
Willard, jr., s. Willard and Mary, Jan. 2, 1797.

DUTTON,

Alexander, s. Nathaniel and Jane, at Billerica, Mar. 30, 1809.
David, s. Nathaniel and Rebeckah, July 2, 1800.
Elnathan, s. Nathaniel and Rebeckah, Aug. 14, 1801.
Isachar, s. Nathaniel and Rebeckah, Jan. 6, 1803.
Jane, d. Nathanil and Jane, at Billerica, Nov. 1, 1806.
Nathaniel, s. Nathaniel and Rebeckah, at Billerica, Oct. 16, 1794.
Parker, s. Nathaniel and Rebeckah, Sept. 4, 1796.
Rebekah, d. Nathaniel and Jane, Sept. 18, 1804.
Stephen, s. Nathaniel and Rebecca, May 3, 1798.


Topics:
Birth Records,

Collection:
Town of Carlisle. Vital records of Carlisle, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849. The Essex Institute, 1918.

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