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Hannah Dwinnell

 

Hannah Dwinnel married Dr. Michael Dwinnell about 1692. She may have been the daughter of Thomas Cave and Mary Nichols who had a daughter named Hannah on March 14, 1675/76.

On June 23, 1706 Thomas Cave, Hannah Dunnel and Ann Cave were baptized and admitted to the Topsfield church.

 

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Essex Institute Historical Collections, Volume 54

Thomas Cave House. This land was part of the farm of John Ruck, which he owned as early as 1644, and sold to Thomas Cave and Philip Knight in or before 1673. Mr. Cave became its sole owner, and died possessed of it in the summer of 1708. In his will, he devised all his land, house and barn to his son Thomas Cave, except that his widow was to have "that end of the house that John Putnam built" before 1704.

 
     
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