Meet Mary Mullins Rider
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HISTORIC PORTSMOUTH #45

You know her house. The Rider-Wood House stands in Strawbery Banke. Mary Mullins Rider came from Devonshire in 1794. Her husband John was a successful trader. The childless couple brought nine nieces and nephews from England and helped set them up. Mary lived to age 94 and her nephew James Wood, who got the house, lived to 104.

 


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Mary Mullins Rider of the Rider Woods House / Strawbery Banke

SEE: Mary's house at Strawbery Banke

From HISTORIC PORTSMOUTH
Early Photographs from the Collections of Strawbery Banke
by James L. Garvin & Susan Grigg, Peter Randall Publisher
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