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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Tabitha Flint: Birth: 15 Feb 1713/14. Death: 9 May 1715 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA

  2. Ebenezer Flint: Birth: 1 Sep 1716 in North Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. Death: in Charlestown, Sullivan, New Hampshire, USA

  3. John Flint: Birth: 30 Aug 1719-1720 in North Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. Death: 15 Feb 1802 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA

  4. Tabitha Flint: Birth: 18 May 1721 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. Death: 4 Jan 1808 in Wilbraham, Hampden, Massachusetts, USA

  5. Eunice Flint: Birth: 1722 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. Death: 1811 in Jaffrey, Cheshire, New Hampshire, USA

  6. Elizabeth Flint: Birth: 1723 in North Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.

  7. Jacob Flint: Birth: 1729 in North Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.

  8. Hepzibeth Flint: Birth: 18 Jun 1732 in North Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. Death: 1764

  9. Ann Flint: Birth: 30 Jul 1734 in North Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA. Death: 30 Jul 1734 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA


Sources
1. Title:   Genealogical Register of the Decendants of Thomas Flint of Salem
Author:   Compiled by John Flint and John H. Stone
Publication:   Andover: Printed by Warren F Draper, 1860
2. Title:   Genealogical Register of the Decendants of Thomas Flint of Salem
Page:   pg 11 & 15
Author:   Compiled by John Flint and John H. Stone
Publication:   Andover: Printed by Warren F Draper, 1860
3. Title:   Genealogical Register of the Decendants of Thomas Flint of Salem
Page:   Page 15
Author:   Compiled by John Flint and John H. Stone
Publication:   Andover: Printed by Warren F Draper, 1860
4. Title:   Genealogical Register of the Decendants of Thomas Flint of Salem
Page:   Page 16
Author:   Compiled by John Flint and John H. Stone
Publication:   Andover: Printed by Warren F Draper, 1860

Notes
a. Note:   Lived in North Reading, on a farm that was given to him by his father, and which was taken from the northern end of his own land , near the Andover line. It has always been in the possession of the descendants, and remains to this day (1860) the same in quantity as when it was occupied by the first settler. An interesting fact connected with it is, that it is a part of the land Sergeant George Flint inherited from his father Thomas Flint the old patriarch, and which was called by him, in his will, 'the land I bought beyond Ipswich River.'


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