Persons born on 10 November 1734
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Richard Peabody was born 10 November 1734, in Pomfret, CT, child of Richard, married Tabitha Child, served in the American Revolutionary War: Capt. N. Morey Co.; Lieut, died 17 February 1811, in Lyman, New Hampshire, and was buried in Patternville Cemetery in Littleton.
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