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An American Family History

Alice Gorball Kilham

Wenham, Essex County, Massachusetts was settled in 1636. The first settlers called it Enon or Salem Village. It was officially set off from the Town of Salem on May 10, 1643.

Alice Gorball Kilham was born in England before 1600. Her parents were John Gorball and Christian Filby.

She married Austin Kilham. Their children and life together are described in detail in the section on Austin and Alice Kilham.

Various spellings of Kilham: Callum, Killam, Killiam, Killom, Killum
Children of Austin Kilham
and Alice Gorball
  • Daniel Kilham
  • John Kilham
  • Lot Kilham
  • Sarah Kilham Fiske
  • Elizabeth Kilham Hutton
  • Mary Kilham
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