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Hannah Webb Adams was born 5 September 1665 in Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States to Christopher Webb (1630-1694) and Hannah Scott (1635-1718) and died 14 April 1694 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States of unspecified causes. She married John Adams (1661-1702) 1687 in Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States.



Children


Offspring of John Adams II and Hannah Webb (1665-1694)
Name Birth Death Joined with
John Adams (1687-1728)
Samuel Adams (1689-1748) 6 May 1689 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States 8 March 1748 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States Mary Fifield (1694-1748)

Mary Adams (1691-)
Joseph Adams (1695-1713)
Thomas Adams (1701-)
Abijah Adams (1702-1768)

Siblings


Offspring of Christopher Webb II and Hannah Scott (1635-1718)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Sarah Webb (1656-)
Peter Webb (1657-1718) 10 December 1657 Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts 12 February 1718 Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts Ruth Bass (1663-1699)
Amee Hayden (1671-1732)

Samuel Webb (1660-1739)
John Webb (1661-1718)
Christopher Webb (1663-1690) 25 March 1663 Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States 16 March 1690 Buried at Sea, Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States Mary Bass (1669-1725)

Hannah Webb (1665-1694) 5 September 1665 Braintree, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States 14 April 1694 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, United States John Adams (1661-1702)

Benjamin Webb (1667-1739)
Mary Webb (1669-1725)
Thomas Webb (1670-)
Joseph Webb (1672-1699)
Abigail Webb (1675-1764)
Betty Webb (1775-)







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