Guide to the Eunice Fowler Deposition, Nov. 26, 1777
Collection number: MS 44
About Eunice Fowler, b. ca. 1755
Eunice Fowler was a single woman of Kingston, N.H. She was born about 1755 (probably in Kingston or nearby), and married Moses Worthen 10 Apr 1779 at Newton, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire. Their daugther was Judeth Worthen (1780-1857). No other mention is to be found of the child she had with Edward Brown.
About the Eunice Fowler deposition (1777)
Deposition of Eunice Fowler taken Nov. 26, 1777 by Josiah Bartlett. Fowler stated that Edward Brown, yeoman of Exeter, N.H., “by wheedlings and promises of great kindness” had “carnal knowledge of her body whereby she is now pregnant with a child.”
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Eunice Fowler Depositon, Nov. 26, 1777, MS 44, Milne Special
Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
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