William Durgin, 16301702 (aged 72 years)

Name
William /Durgin/
Given names
William
Surname
Durgin
Name suffix
Sr.
Birth 1630 61 30
MarriageMartha View this family
December 20, 1664 (aged 34 years)
Birth of a daughterHannah Durgin
1668 (aged 38 years)

Birth of a sonDaniel Durgin
1669 (aged 39 years)

Birth of a sonWilliam Durgin
1671 (aged 41 years)
MarriageCatherine MatthewsView this family
June 25, 1672 (aged 42 years)
Birth of a sonJames Durgin
1672 (aged 42 years)
Birth of a sonFrancis Durgin
1675 (aged 45 years)
Marriage of a childJames DurginSusan SmithView this family
1698 (aged 68 years)
Death of a fatherJohn Durgin

Death of a motherUnknown

Death December 30, 1702 (aged 72 years)
Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage
Marriage: before 1630
12 months
himself
16301702
Birth: 1630 61 30Kent Co., England
Death: December 30, 1702Oyster River, New Hampshire, USA
Family with Martha
himself
16301702
Birth: 1630 61 30Kent Co., England
Death: December 30, 1702Oyster River, New Hampshire, USA
wife
16341720
Birth: 1634England
Death: 1720New Hampshire, USA
Marriage
Marriage: December 20, 1664Ipswich, Massachussetts, USA
4 years
daughter
2 years
son
3 years
son
16711742
Birth: 1671 41 37Oyster River, New Hampshire, USA
Death: February 22, 1742Durham Twp, Strafford, New Hampshire, USA
Family with Catherine Matthews
himself
16301702
Birth: 1630 61 30Kent Co., England
Death: December 30, 1702Oyster River, New Hampshire, USA
wife
16341705
Birth: 1634 36 30Oyster River, New Hampshire, USA
Death: September 1705Oyster River, New Hampshire, USA
Marriage
Marriage: June 25, 1672Oyster River, New Hampshire, USA
6 months
son
16721761
Birth: 1672 42 38Oyster River, New Hampshire, USA
Death: 1761Rochester, New Hampshire, USA
4 years
son
16751735
Birth: 1675 45 41Oyster River, New Hampshire, USA
Death: June 9, 1735Newmarket, New Hampshire, USA
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(Research):https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raid_on_Oyster_River

The English settlement of Oyster River was attacked by Villieu with about 250 Abenaki Indians, composed of two main groups from the Penobscot and Norridgewock under command of their sagamore Bomazeen (or Bomoseen). A number of Maliseet from Medoctec took part in the attack. The Indian force was divided into two groups to attack the settlement, which was laid out on both sides of the Oyster River. Villieu led the Pentagoet and the Meductic/Nashwaaks. The attack commenced at daybreak, with the small forts quickly falling to the attackers. In all, 104 inhabitants were killed and 27 taken captive, with half the dwellings, including the garrisons, pillaged and burned to the ground. Crops were destroyed and livestock killed, causing famine and destitution for survivors.