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Mary Draper (1719–1810) is known for the help she gave members of the Continental Army ... She was married, and widowed before marrying Moses Draper of Dedham, Massachusetts. They had six children, five boys and one girl. Mary ...

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She was born Mary Alvis on April 4, 1719. She was married, widowed, and remarried to a Moses Draper. Together they worked a large farm. They had six ...

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Feb 7, 2016 ... Genealogy for Mary Draper (Aldis) (1719 - 1810) family tree on Geni, with ... She was married, and widowed before marrying Moses Draper of ...

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Image: Map Showing the Journey of Mary Draper Ingles ... In 1750 at age 18, Mary married William Ingles, and gave birth to two sons, Thomas in 1751 and ...

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Mary Draper ... When the first call to arms sounded throughout the land, she exhorted her husband to lose no time in hastening to the scene of action; and with ...

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Feb 2, 2015 ... Mary Draper, who was the wife of Captain Draper of Revolutionary ... she exhorted her husband to lose no time in hastening to the scene of ...

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She advised her husband through thousands of letters. ... Mary Draper - Mary Draper is famous for doing everything she could to help the American troops.

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Mary Draper Ingles was only twenty-three and pregnant when Shawnee Indians invaded the peaceful Virginia settlement where she, her husband and children ...

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Apr 25, 2013 ... Most of what is known about Mary Ingles' escape from Indian captivity ... Mary Draper was 18 years old when she married 21-year-old William ...

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Biography of Mary Draper Ingles, who survived captivity by Indians. ... her family moved to Draper's Meadow in Virginia and in 1750 she married William Ingles.