Mary Elizabeth Abbott 
- Born: 1632
- Marriage: Gabriel Harris  on 3 Mar 1652/53 in Pequot, Connecticut, American Colonies
- Died: 17 Aug 1702, New London, New London County, Connecticut, American Colonies at age 70
Some have her born in 1632 in Hingham, Massachusetts, but it did not exist in 1632. It was not settled until 1633 and was then called Bare Cove. Hingham was incorporated as Hingham in 1635. As there was not even any settlers there in 1632 this could not of been her birth place.
She had 9 children
Gale Ion Harris, "Walter and Mary (Frye) Harris of New London, Connecticut", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Volume 156 (April 2002).
Strong Family Cemetery, online www.rootsweb.com/~nytompki/cemeteries/tcem133.htm , compiled by Kent Davis and Cheryl Hall, , updated 18 May, 2006.
per Dawn Thurlow
b. 1632, d. 17 August 1702
Elizabeth Abbott was born in 1632 in Hingham, Massachusetts Bay Colony, now Plymouth County. She was the daughter of Robert Abbott and Mary (?) . Elizabeth Abbott married Gabriel Harris, son of Walter Harris and Mary Fry , on 3 March 1653/54 in New London, Connecticut Colony, now New London County. Elizabeth Abbott died on 17 August 1702 in New London, Connecticut Colony.
"The Florence Fox Harrop Papers," Florence Fox Collection of A. Gulbransen.
Gale Ion Harris, "Walter and Mary (Frye) Harris."
The Ricker Compilation (published), Guilford VR.
Roger F. Goodrich, "17577.ged", July 22, 1999, unverified.
The Ricker Compilation (published), New London VR.
Mary married Gabriel Harris  [MRIN: 551618402], son of Walter Harris  and Mary Fry , on 3 Mar 1652/53 in Pequot, Connecticut, American Colonies. (Gabriel Harris  was born on 2 Mar 1627/28 in Devonshire, England, christened on 8 Mar 1627/28 in Honiton, Devonshire, England, died on 16 Mar 1682/83 in New London, New London County, Connecticut, American Colonies and was buried in Ledyard Cemetary, New London County, Connecticut, American Colonies.)
New London first English settlement here in 1646. Inhabitants informally named it Pequot after the tribe. March 10, 1658 the town was officially named after London, England.
New London County established on May 10, 1666