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"The wife of Ezra Corning" was "recd to full communion" at the Beverly church on 21 April 1728. She died of small pox when she was 70 during one of the various outbreaks of the disease during the Revolutionary War.
children of Lois Woodbury and Ezra Corning:(1)
ii. Hannah, bap. 7 September 1729
vital records sources: Lois' birth, marriage (1. p. 72, "Lowes Woodbery," 2. p. 72, "Loes" and "Mekeney of Salem," 3. p. 332, "McKiney" and "Whight of Wenham") and burial (p. 599, smallpox, age 70, from a First Parish Unitarian record) are recorded in Vital Records of Beverly, Massachusetts to the Year 1850 (Topsfield: Topsfield Historical Society, 1906). Also, intentions of marriage were published on 17 June 1732 for the Corning/McKenny marriage. Records of the First Church in Beverly, p. 250, Jonathan Mackenney of Salem and Lois Corning of Beverly.
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