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Re: PRESERVED GASKOYNE, SALEM MASS, C. 1662
Posted by: Joan Gaskill Date: October 15, 1999 at 11:59:47
In Reply to: PRESERVED GASKOYNE, SALEM MASS, C. 1662 by Bob Chase of 445

Preserved, daughter of Edward and Sarah Gaskoyne, married John Lmbert, a mariner and fisherman of Salem, to whom her father gave all his worldly goods. Lambert was lost at sea in the winter of 1710-11, when he was about 80 years old. Preserved, his widow, was then about 72, and had ten children to care for her. One of the children came under the gravest misfortune. John Lambert, Jr. was one of a crew who were tried, condemned and executed for piracy, June 30, 1704.

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