NameJohn CRAM
Birth12 Jan 1686, Hampton Falls, Rockingham Co, NH [58]
Death1759, Amherst, Hills., NH [630]
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FatherThomas CRAM (1644-1751)
MotherElizabeth WEARE (1657-)
Marriage18 Feb 1708, Andover, Essex Co, MA [56]
SpouseSarah HOLT
Birth17 Jun 1678, Andover, Essex Co, MA [55]
Death1 Oct 1767, Lyndboro, NH [630]
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FatherHenry HOLT (1644-1719)
MotherSarah BALLARD (1654-1733)
Children
1 MJonathan Cram
Birth21 Feb 1708, Woburn, Middlesex Co, MA [630]
Death23 Jan 1790, Lyndboro, Rockingham Co, NH [1002, "Michael A. Cram" <Cram@erinet.com>]
SpouseMary Chamberlain
Marriage1 Dec 1732, Billerica, Middlesex, MA [66]
Birth18 Nov 1710, Hampton Falls, Rockingham, NH [1000]
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Marriage22 Feb 1733, Lisbon, New London, CT
Marr Memoper FamilySearch. Connecticut, Marriages, 1729-1867
3 FPhoebe Cram
Birth8 Jul 1712, Hampton Falls, Rockingham, NH [1000]
Death24 Dec 1794, Troupsburg, Addison Co, NY [1003]
SpouseMoses Stiles
Marriage8 Jan 1735, Ashford, Windham Co, CT [146], [4]
4 MJoseph Cram
Birth23 Sep 1713, Woburn, Middlesex, MA
5 FHuldah Cram
Christen7 Aug 1715, Andover, Essex Co, MA [55]
Death21 Aug 1810, Brooklyn, Windham Co, CT [149], [4]
SpouseEphraim Woodward
Marriage22 Jul 1742, Willington, CT [72]
6 MJohn Cram
Christen4 Aug 1717, Andover, Essex Co, MA [55]
7 FSarah Cram
Birth27 Jun 1719, Andover, Essex Co, MA
Christen6 May 1722, Andover, Essex Co, MA [55]
Death15 Oct 1777, Lyndeborough, Hillsborough Co, NH [5], [672]
SpouseEphraim Putnam
8 FElizabeth Cram
Birth27 Jun 1719, Andover, Essex Co, MA
Christen6 May 1722, Andover, Essex Co, MA [55]
Death30 Apr 1806, Lyndeborough, Hillsborough Co, NH [1002]
SpouseJonathan Chamberlain
9 MBenjamin Cram
Birth10 Mar 1721, Andover, Essex Co, MA
Christen6 May 1722, Andover, Essex Co, MA [55]
Death1823, Lyndeborough, Hillsborough Co, NH [1002]
10 MEli Cram
Birth10 Mar 1721, Andover, Essex Co, MA
Notes for John CRAM
In 1735, a petition was made for land in consideration of ancestors' efforts in the Canada Expedition in 1690. Land was set aside in what is now New Hampshire, called Salem-Canada. John was there as early as 1737, and had a lot in Lyndboro in what is now North Cemetary. Sarah did not join him until later. In 1738 John was given leave to build a sawmill if he kept it up for 15 years. In return he got £20 bills of credit and lot 39 in the second land division.
Notes for Sarah HOLT
After marriage, lived in Woburn (now part of Wilmington), where their first son was born in 1708. She and John signed the quitclaim to her brother William's estate in 1720, calling them selves of "Oburn". [630]
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