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a. Note:   d to Ipswich. He was a farmer. He was in Capt. Joseph Gardiner's company in King Philip's war and took part in the attack on Fort Narraganset on Dec. 19,1675. He was admitted to the First Church of Beverly 1 March 1701/1702, and to a full commission 19 July 1702. Gravestone reads: The sin of Adam's laid me low, For sin hath wrought an overthrow: From dust I came to dust am come. And now the dust's become my home; When Christ comes down with saints to rain Then dust me no more shall detain. Lot Conant Old Burying Ground, Concord, Massachusetts
Note:   !Lot Conant was born in 1657 or 1658 in Beverly, Mass. where he lived until 1717 when he move


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