John Huntoon

Male 1729 - 1821

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  • Name  John Huntoon  [1
    Born  11 Jul 1729  [1
    Gender  Male 
    Died  14 Nov 1821  [1
    • In 1774 John Hunton, Jr., with other inhabitants of Kingston, sent to the assistance of Boston their hearty sympathy and one hundred sheep for the relief of the poor. On an article on longevity in the New Hampshire Historical Societys collections, appeared the following: "Died, in 1820, Captain John Huntoon, aged ninety-two. His wife died the same week aged eighty-six. They lived together sixty-five years. Captain Huntoon was born at Kingston, and removed to Canterbury about fifteen years before his death. He was a soldier sent with others to guard the inhabitants against the invasion of the savages, about the time the Bradleys were killed at Concord, Aug. 11, 1746. Cap tain Ladd and his men were sent by the governor to protect the inhabitants of Rumford. They marched from Kingston on July 19, 1746." [1]
    Person ID  I40957  L C Earle's Family
    Last Modified  6 Aug 2001 

    Father  John Huntoon,   b. Abt 1696,   d. 08 Dec 1778 
    Mother  Mary Rundlett 
    Married  Abt 1716  [1
    Family ID  F338  Group Sheet

  • Sources 
    1. [S307] Huntoon Family.

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