1753 - 1823 (69 years)
||Silas Fairbanks |
||29 Sep 1753
||Medway, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
||Massachusetts Soldiers & Sailors of the Revolutionary War, Volume 5, Page 458; Captains Jacob Miller, Josiah Fuller; Colonels Ephraim Doolittle, Wheelock |
|Proven Ancestor for
||Daughters of the American Revolution #A038484 |
||11 Jun 1823
||Medway, Norfolk County, Massachusetts
||Prospect Hill Cemetery, Millis, Norfolk County, Massachusetts
||9 Feb 2016 |
||Mary Day, b. 31 Mar 1766, Walpole, Norfolk County, Massachusetts , d. 21 Jun 1827, Medway, Norfolk County, Massachusetts (Age 61 years) |
||1 Jul 1784
||Walpole, Norfolk County, Massachusetts
| ||1. Silas Fairbanks, Junior, b. 16 May 1790, Medway, Norfolk County, Massachusetts , d. 6 Mar 1846 (Age 55 years)|
|+||2. Nancy Fairbanks, b. 23 Sep 1795, Medway, Suffolk County, Massachusetts , d. 1865, Medway, Norfolk County, Massachusetts (Age 69 years)|
|+||3. George Fairbanks, b. 11 Apr 1806, Medway, Norfolk County, Massachusetts , d. 18 Feb 1901, Walpole, Norfolk County, Massachusetts (Age 94 years)|
||9 Feb 2016 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
In memory of
Mr. SILAS FAIRBANKS.
Died June 11, 1823:
Aged 70 Years.
Humble and meek a lovely path he trod;
And while he liv'd on Earth, he walk'd with GOD.
Good without show, obliegeing without art
His speech the faithful language of his heart.
His hope was Grace, and his delight was Prayer,
His aim was Heaven, O may we meet him there.