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In memory of Ebenezer Abbey Sr, my Maternal 8th Great-Grandfather on the HARVEY branch.


Abbe-Abbey Genealogy [Link]

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Genealogy is my hobby and the information provided here is a work in progress. I have loads of information to add and new finds are continually being discovered. If you have any corrections, additions, or comments to contribute, please use the comment box below. Visit the Latest Updates page to see when this Ancestor Profile page is updated. 

Ebenezer Abbey Sr

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1682/83 July 31

Salem (or Wenham?), Essex, Massachusetts


1707 Oct 28

Windham, Windham, Connecticut




1758 Dec 5

Windham, Windham, Connecticut



Ebenezer Abbe was born July 31, 1683, in Salem Village, Essex County, Massachusetts (or Wenham, Essex, Massachusetts?). He married Mary Allen on October 28, 1707, and died on December 5, 1758 in Winham, Connecticut or Salem, Massachusetts. Additional research needed. (Depending on when Mary died, Ebenezer may have remarried to a younger woman, Abigail Goodale, daughter of Isaac Goodale and Mary Abbe. Abigail was born in Essex County, Mass. in 1718 and died in 1797 in Tolland County, Connecticut. Isaac was born on Mar. 29, 1670, in Salem, Mass. and died on Aprl 26, 1739, in Salem. Isaac's wife, Mary Abbe, was born in Wenham, Essex, Mass. in 1674 and died in 1739 in the same place).


Ebenezer Abbey Sr & Mary Allen were the parents of my ancestor,

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