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Paul Brigham, Jr was born 1761 in Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts to Paul Brigham (1732-1777) and Elizabeth Rice (1729-1785) and died 17 November 1833 St. Albans, Franklin County, Vermont of unspecified causes. He married Fanny Brigham (1769-1865) 1790 in Southborough, Worcester County, Massachusetts.


St Albans Vermont

Paul Brigham is considered one of the early pioneers and original settlers of St. Albans, Vermont. Those who lived in St. Albans in the year 1800 or earlier are considered the Founding Fathers.

'Theory': The majority of the Founder of St. Albans Vermont were Revolutionary War Patriots and the children of Patriots.


Offspring of Paul Brigham, Jr and Fanny Brigham (1769-1865)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Pierpoint Brigham (1785-)
Josiah Brigham (1787-1810)
Lovina Brigham (1789-1878)
Sumner Brigham (1791-1813)
Elbridge Brigham (1794-1845)
Jonah Brigham (1797-1799)
Paul Brigham (1799-1803)
Elijah Brigham (1801-1813)
Elisha Brigham (1803-)
William Brigham (1806-1875) 14 January 1806 St. Albans, Franklin County, Vermont 17 July 1875 Lucy Doane (1805-1883)
Moses Brigham (1808-1839)
Lummus Brigham (1810-)
Elisha Brigham (1813-)



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