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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. William Poole: Birth: 6 NOV 1756 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Death: 30 MAR 1782

  2. Mary Poole: Birth: 6 DEC 1758 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Death: 2 APR 1806 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. WARD POOLE: Birth: 17 APR 1763 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Death: 14 NOV 1828 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts

  2. Zachariah Poole: Birth: 3 SEP 1765 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Death: 21 SEP 1807 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts

  3. Nathaniel Poole: Birth: 30 SEP 1766 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Death: 1790 in At Sea

  4. Benjamin Poole: Birth: ABT 2 OCT 1768 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts.

  5. Elizabeth Poole: Birth: 30 APR 1770 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Death: 27 OCT 1827 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts

  6. FITCH POOLE: Birth: 13 FEB 1772 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Death: 22 JAN 1838 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts

  7. Rebekah Poole: Birth: 18 OCT 1774 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts. Death: 2 APR 1785 in Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts


Sources
1. Title:   Poole, Charles H., Genealogical Records of the Poole Family & Particularly the Descendants of John Poole of Reading.... (1876)
Page:   pgs. 113, 149-158
2. Title:   Massachusetts Vital Records for Medford, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
Page:   Page 112.
3. Title:   Massachusetts Vital Records for Danvers, Essex Co., Massachusetts
Page:   Pg. 427
4. Title:   Seccombe, Joseph Dea., Extracts From 'Text Books' of Joseph Seccombe. Essex Institute Historical Collections, Vol. XXXIV (Salem, MA: 1898)
Page:   pg. 38
5. Title:   Cemetery visit
6. Title:   Massachusetts Vital Records for Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts
Page:   pgs. 205 & 432

Notes
a. Note:   rs. Page 149 from Genealogical Records of the Poole Family & Particularly the Descendants of John Poole of Reading.... (1876). "He removed to Danvers in 1755, and established a tannery and manufactory of morocco and other leather goods. He may be regarded as the pioneer in that business, from which such great fortunes have since been made. He purchased of Roger Derby (or Darby as inscribed on his father's tombstone) Benj. Prescott and Jonathan Gardner, by deeds dated respectively 1756, 1757 and 1761, sundry parcels of land lying below Strong-water Brook Stone Bridge and between said brook and the burying place on Gardner's Hill. Here he built the large mansion still"....
Note:   Built house at lower end of Main Street (Poole's Hollow in 1757), Danve


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