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Thomas Burk 1790 Eaton
Posted by: John Burke Date: February 03, 2002 at 17:05:31
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Looking for a Thomas Burk of Lime (Lyme) or Thomas Burk of Eaton, Strafford Co. Both appear in the early census data around 1790 to 1810 then disappear. Thomas Burk of Eaton was a "founding father" of Eaton and a First Deacon in the church. His wife may have been Polly. Both had large young families and then disappeared. Thomas Burk of Eaton may have been a land grantee under Gov. Wentworth. Looking for their families, parents, children, any info appreciated. John



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