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An American Family History

John Dane

 

Dane is also spelled Dayne, Deane, Dene, Denne

 
 

John Dane married Eleanor Clark.

 
 

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from Genealogical and Personal Memoirs, Volume 1 edited by William Richard Cutter

John Dane, son of John Dane (1), died at Ipswich. Massachusetts, September 29, 1684; married first, Eleanor Clark; married second. Alice , who after his decease married Jeremiah Meacham, of Salem, Massachusetts. and died before May 4, 1704.

Children:
1. Mary, born about 1636; died May10, 1679, married August 24, 1658, William Chandler, of Andover, Massachusetts.
2. John, born at Ipswich about 1644
3. Sarah, born about 1645, died December 28, 1702, married September 23, 1668, Daniel Warner, Jr., of Ipswich, Massachusetts, who died November 24, 1696.
4. Philemon, born about 1646, died October 18, 1716; married first. October 7, 1685, Mary Thompson; married second, December 25, 1690, Ruth Converse, of Woburn, Massachusetts, who died January 12, 1735-6.
5. Rebecca, married James Hovey.
6. Elizabeth, married Reginald Foster, Jr.

 
 
 
     
     
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