♀ Hannah Tolman

1710 - 1804

Hannah Tolman
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???? - 1735
Henry Tolman
Henry Tolman
1678 - 1759
James Franklin
James Franklin
1709 - 1800
Henry J Franklin
Henry J Franklin
1741 - 1783



Dec 6
Tolman - Book of the Lockes: A Genealogical and Historical Record by John Goodwin Locke


Attleboro, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA ⇓
It would seem the Hannah Tolman, daughter of Henry, born in 1710 in Attleboro was the Hannah Tolman who married James Franklin. The year of birth matches up, as well as the location, names, and the fact that it has been said she's the only Hannah in the right time window.
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1710 Battle of Helsingborg: Fourteen thousand Danish invaders under Jørgen Rantzau are decisively defeated by an equally large Swedish army under Magnus Stenbock.


Apr 30
Age: 27y


James Franklin
Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA ⇓
By Jus Bradford. James is described as being "of Providence." Hannah is described as being of "Barrington".
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1738 • The excavation of Herculaneum, a Roman city buried by Vesuvius in AD 79, begins.


Jun 18
Age: 93y
Hannah Tolman - Connecticut, Hale Collection of Cemetery Inscriptions and Newspaper Notices, 1629-1934


Brooklyn, Windham, Connecticut, USA ⇓
Stone reads: In memory of the widow Hanna, wife of Mr James Franklin, who died June 18 1804 in the 94th year of her age.
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1804 Coronation of Napoleon I: At the cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris, Napoleon crowns himself as the first Emperor of the French in a thousand years. Witnessing this, Simón Bolívar dedicates himself to liberating Venezuela from Spanish rule.