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Content: The Great Migration Begins Immigrants to New England 1620-1633 . Volume III P-w Robert Charles Anderson Great Migration Study Project · New England Historic Genealogical Society Boston 1995
ISBN G-88082-0t14-6 Copyright 1995 New England Historic Genealogical Society 101 Newbury Street, Boston, MAssachusetts 02116 All rights reserved. Printed In the United States of America by BookCrafters. Chelsea. Michigan
These volumes are dedicated to my parents, Albert E. and Frances H. Anderson
TABLE OF CONTENTS Volume Three Acknowledgements HOW TO USE THIS BOOK General Instructions Key to Sketch Headings Key to Titles GENEAI.OGICAL SKETCHES P Oohn Page-William Pynchon) Q (Edmund Quincy) R (Edward Rainsford-William Ryall) S (Simon Sackett-Thomas Symons) T (Philip Tabor-Joseph Twitchell) U (Thomas Ufford-Nicholas Upsall) V (William Vassall-Richard Vines) W Oonathan Wade-Elizabeth Wybert) SUPPLEMENT ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA PHANTOM FILE INDEX SECTION INDEX OF SURNAMES INDEX OF FIRST NAMES INDEX OF PLACES INDEX OF SHIPS
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS In addition to the acknowledgements to be found in the first two volumes of this work, I recognize the following contributions. . As in volumes one and two, on some sketches I have benefited greatly from data supplied by various individuals who have not yet had the opportunity to publish their finds elsewhere, and I am most grateful to them for allowing the inclusion of that material here. , - Andrew B.W. MacEwen, for information on Elias Stileman. - Clifford L. Stott, for the English origin of Thomas Rogers. - Harry Macy, F.A.S.G., for assistance on Daniel Patrick, John Strickland, and especiallyJohn Underhill. - Jerome E. Anderson, for information on Aquila Purchase, Thomas Purchase and Robert Seeley. Even with all this help, there will still be errors here, and they are all attributable to the author. Please send any suggested corrections to Great Migration Study Project, 101 Newbury Street, Boston MA 02116.
HOW TO USE THIS BOOK This book consists of sketches of more than nine hundred families or unattached individuals who came to New England before the end of 1633. Each sketch follows a regular format, which is described below in more detail in the section entitled KEY TO SKETCH HEADINGS. Every statement in each sketch is supported by citation to a document. Most of the citations appear in an abbreviated form, the abbreviations being expanded in the section below entitled KEY TO Tn'IES. Two additional conventions which are employed in these sketches will help the reader navigate through this book: When a name is given all in capital letters, this means that that person also came to New England by the end of 1633, and is the subject ofa sketch elsewhere in these volumes. A string of citations of the form "[Dawes-Gates 1:74, citing Perley 1:254, citing ELR 20: 12]" or "[MD 16: 181-82, citing PCLR 2:2:73]" may serve one of two purposes. It may indicate a secondary source which cites a document, when the document itself has not been examined; or it may indicate a published transcript of a document, followed by the citation of the document itself. KEY TO SKETCH HEADINGS Except for that minority of persons who left behind one or two records in New England, each of the persons treated in these three volumes is presented according to a fixed format, which forces research to answer a series of questions. There are three sections which are rigidly formatted, and then a more informal section. The first section asks questions related directly to the movements of the family or individual from the date of the last known residence in England to the end of his, her or their lives. Entries in this section will generally be very brief, without documentation; the evidence for the statements made here will be found under headings in later sections of the sketch. The second group of questions is of a biographical nature, attempting to provide answers about education, officeholding, wealth and so on. The third formatted section presents the specifically genealogical material: birth, death, spouses and children These three sections are followed by a free-form space, in which a variety of matters may be discussed, and finally, in some cases, a bibliog-
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raphic note for those families which have been treated in print several times. · The rest of this section proceeds through the parts of a sketch, pointing out what is likely to be found under each heading, and what is not.
ORIGIN: The origin for our purposes is the last known residence in En-
gland before migration. This will frequently be different from the place of
birth, and knowledge of this difference can be important in assessing the
motivation for migration, and connecting the immigrant with others who
made the move about the same time. The place of birth will be given as
the place of origin only when no other residence in England is known.
If any residence in England other than the place of birth is known, it will
be given here even if it was many years before the date of migration. For
example, Bigod Eggleston, who was born at Settrington, Yorkshire, lived
at a later date in Norwich, Norfolk, but was last there in 1614, sixteen
years before he came to New England. Presumably he lived somewhere
else in England in the 1620s, but for now we give his origin as Norwich.
An origin will be given only when there is solid evidence. If someone in
the past has made a plausible suggestion, or if there is a leading clue, the
entry here will be ·Unknown,· and there will be discussion of the pos-
sibilities in the COMMENTS section. (Information on place and date of
birth, if known, will be given in the genealogical portion of the sketch, un-
MIGRATION: In this section we attempt to determine the year in which
this person or family migrated to New England. If we are fortunate
enough to have an entry on a passenger list, the year will be given, along
with the name of the vessel and a brief citation (usually to Hotten). Where
there is no passenger list entry (the vast majority of the cases), the year of
migration is estimated from the·
available. For example, it will
frequently be the case that the first evidence we have for the presence of a
person in New England is on the list of freemen of 14 May 1634. Since
most of the passenger ships arrived in May and June in these years, and
since freemanship presupposed church membership, a status not instantly
attained, we aSsume that anyone made free on that date must have arrived
no later than 1633, and that year will be given at this point. Thus, in some
cases the year given here will be precise, and in other cases it will be the
latest possible date of arrival; in either case, if no citation is given here, the
year chosen may be deduced from information given in a later section.
FIRST RESIDENCE: The evidence on first residence in New England will
usually come from the surviving town or church records, although it may
also be learned from court or literary sources. In many instances the evi-
dence on first residence will be from several years after arrival in New En-
gland, and so the possibility remains that the immigrant settled in one
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place for a short time without leaving a record, and then moved on to an-
other settlement. The entry here will simply be based on the best surviv-
ing evidence.
REMOVES; If the subject of the sketch resided in more than one New En-
gland settlement, that information is given here. When the year of
removal is known or can be deduced, the entry would say, for example,
"Hartford 1635"; in this example, we would probably not have a record
which explicitly stated that the person made the move in that year, but we
would learn from the Cambridge records that the person had received
land grants in 1633 and 1634, but did not appear in the land inventory
taken in the fall of 1635, indicating early removal to Hartford, in advance
of the main party. In many
we will not be able to fix the date of
migration so precisely, and the entry might then read "Windsor by 1648,"
indicating that the person was of record in Windsor in that year, but his or
her last record in the prior place of residence was two or more years ear-
lier. In some cases a family might reside in one of those towns that sub-
divided itself early, and so a date of "removal" might be impossible to
determine. In Charlestown, for instance, many families soon established
homes on the opposite side of the Mystic River from Charlestown proper.
When this area was set off some years later as Malden, it cannot be said that
the family moved, only that the town line had shifted around them.
Similar situations arise with Beverly and Braintree. In these instances the
new town will be included in the list of REMOVES, but without a date at-
RETURN TRIPS; This section encompasses movements in which the
sometime New England resident returned to England temporarily or
permanently, or moved on to a colony outside New England, whether on
the mainland or in the Caribbean.
OCCUPATION; This heading will frequently be blank, as many of the early New Englanders left no direct evidence of occupation. In a few instances when a detailed inventory allows a deduction that the person was a subsistence farmer, the occupation will be stated as husbandman. In most instances when no evidence is available and this . is omitted, we may assume that the person could be described as yeoman or husbandman. CHURCH MEMBERSHIP; When we have direct evidence from surviving church records of membership in a given church, that knowledge will appear here. In addition, when church membership can be deduced from other records, most commonly from admission to freemanship in Massachusetts Bay after 18 May 1631, that will be included here as well. For many settlements we have no surviving church records and no information on church membership. Most importantly, since no records exist for the early Plymouth church, and since no minister was settled there for a long period of time, we will only enter data on membership in Plymouth church for a few people who are mentioned directly in that context by Bradford or some other contemporary writer. FREEMAN; Most of our evidence on freemanship comes from Massachusetts Bay Colony, where, after 18 May 1631 and until the Restoration,
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church membership was a prerequisite for freemanship. This was also the case in New Haven Colony, but not in the other colonies. With the excep- , tion of the 19 October 1630 list of those wishing to be made free, all of our records for Massachusetts Bay are for admission. In other colonies we have both records of admission (far less complete than those of Massachusetts Bay), and lists of those who were freemen at a specific date. EDUCATION: The most direct evidence for education will be for those men, mostly ministers, who attended one of the universities in England Cambridge or Oxford, Our source for these institutions will be Venn and Foster. Some immigrants also attended a grammar school in England (preparatory to university in some cases). Beyond evidence of this sort, we will rely principally on three other sources to get some idea of the level of education and literacy reached by a given immigrant: holding an office which required reading and writing ability, such as town clerk; ownership of books, usually found in probate inventories; and ability to sign one's name, OFFICES: This section includes both civil service, whether at the town, county or colony level, and also military service. In most sketches we attempt to include all discoverable service, with the limitation that much of the evidence, especially for town offices, remains in manuscript form, not all of which has been searched. For those community leaders who held many higher offices, no attempt has been made here to collect evidence on all lesser offices. ESTATE: Most of the material included under this heading will be from land and probate records. At this early period much of the evidence on landholding (not limited to proprietorial grants) is to be found in town records, even for Massachusetts; since much of this material remains unpublished, not all records of land transactions for the persons of interest to us have been included here, Much of the evidence for the identities of the children of the immigrants, and the birth order, will be found here, When more detailed argumenta- tion on these points is needed, it will be found under COMMENTS below,
BIRTH: When we know the English origin of the immigrant, and have the baptismal record, that will be entered here, along with the names of the parents of the immigrant. More frequently, we will not have this information; nevertheless, in almost all cases, an attempt will be made to estimate a yea~ of birth for the immigrant, however crudely. This will be based largely on certain assumptions about the minimum or average age at which certain life events occurred: fourteen to witness a document or choose a guardian; sixteen to become a church member; twenty-one to become a freeman; twenty-five as the approximate age of first marriage for most men. DEATH: In the absence of a specific record of death, an estimate will be made based on the appearance of the subject in other records. This will frequently be based on probate documents, but there are many other possibilities. In such cases there may be no direct citation of the relevant doc-
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uments here. as they will almost always be cited more directly under some other heading. MARRIAGE: For each spouse data on date and place of marriage. when known. is given. as well as the parents of the spouse. any previous or later spouses of that spouse. and a date of death. CHILDREN: Evidence which allows us to compile a list ofchildren born to a given couple. and to deduce their birth order. will be found mostly un- der ESTATE. COMMENTS. or both. , When we do not have a specific date of birth or baptism from primary sources. we attempt to assign an approximate date. in order to bring the family into better focus. In some cases that date will be relatively precise. and will be entered as. for example. "about 1638." Such a date will generally be derived from an age at death or an age given in a deposition. but may also be imposed by our knowledge of the structure of the rest of the family. An "about" date should be considered to be accurate within a year or two on either side of the stated year. Dates which are known less precisely will be entered as. for example. "say 1638." These dates may be assigned somewhat arbitrarily. based on our knowledge of other dates in the family. on birth order. and on a number of assumptions. including the expectation of a two-year interval between births (unless the earlier child died very soon) and the exclusion of multiple births without specific evidence for such events. We do not attempt here to outline the full career of each child. We wish only to determine whether the child died young. and if not. whether the child eventually married. Thus. although all known marriages of the child will usually be given. in some cases we may only present the first marriage. just to differentiate this child from others of the same name in other families. We do not make a special effort to determine the date of death. although this may be included if it assists in estimating the year of birth. ASSOCIATIONS: Two different types of information may appear here. First. when the subject of the sketch is related. whether by marriage or by blood. to some other immigrant to New England prior to 1643. and when that relationship existed prior to migration. that information will be shown here. This may simply demonstrate the influence of kinship on migration. or it may provide clues for further research in England. Second. if no such tie to another participant in the Great Migration is known. this will be the place to point out persistent associations with other immigrants. which may provide clues to English origins and group or chain migrations.
COMMENTS: This section provides an opportunity for discussing any matter which does not fit neatly into one of the sections described above, It may include. but is not restricted to. the following: - Specific records which do not fall into any of the narrowly-defined categories above. but which are thought to be of interest. The most common of these records will be court appearances. whether in civil or criminal proceedings. - Various activities which fall outside the categories of the biographical section. such as William Aspinwall's trading and exploratory expedi-
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tion up the Delaware River, or the evidence for George Alcock as a
- Discussion of errors or discrepancies, whether in primary or secondary
sources. If possible the discrepancy will be corrected; if not, the
arguments in favor of various positions will be pJesented. Errors in
obscure sources may be ignored, but all problems in Savage and
Pope will be
- Evidence and arguments for specific genealogical conclusions will be
given in this section. In some cases the records given under the
ESTATE section above will be sufficient, without further interpreta-
tion, to establish the list of children. But when this is not the case,
further evidence and argumentation will be given here.
- Suggestions for further
may be presented here.. This will be
the case when not all available records have been searched, or when
some likely line of
suggests itself.
BIBliOGRAPHIC NOTE: For some families, there has been sufficient material
published to require separate discussion. This will especially be the case when a
late-nineteenth century genealogy has
corrected by more recent articles in
the periodical literataure, or when there are two or more published genealogies
of greatly different value. This note will attempt to point out the relative value
of what is in print, in hopes of deterring the continued reliance on outdated and
incorrect claims.
This listing includes all titles employed in more than one sketch. If a source is used in only one sketch, the full bibliographic details will be given in that sketch, usually toward the end. Thus, if an abbreviated title is found early in a sketch, but not in the list below, search the rest of the sketch for the full title.
Abel Lunt Anc
Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry of Abel Lunt, 1769-1806, of Newbury, Massachusetts (Portland, Maine, 1963)
Nathan Grier Parke II, The Ancestry of Lorenw Ackley & His Wife, Emma ArabeUa Bosworth, ed. Donald Lines Jacobus (Woodstock, Vermont, 1960)
Ancestral Roots
Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists Who Came to New England between 1623 and 1650, 6th ed. (Baltimore 1988)
Angell Anc
Dean Crawford Smith, The Ancestry of Emily JaneAngeU, 1844-1910 (Boston 1992).
Annis Spear Anc
Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry of Annis Spear, 1775-1858, of Litchfield, Maine (Port- land, Maine, 1945)
"A Volume Relating to the Early History of Boston Containing the Aspinwall Notarial Records from 1644 to 1651," in Reports of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston, Volume 32 (Boston 1903)
John Osborne Austin, The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island .. , (Albany 1887; rpt. Baltimore 1969 [with addenda et c017igenda as published in TAG])
Frederic W. Bailey, Early Massachusetts Marriages Prior to 1800 ... with the Addition of Plymouth County Marriages, 1692-1746 (Bal- timore 1979 [a reprint of three separate
··· XVlll Bangs BarbMR BarbPR BarnChR BarnPR Bassett Gen Bassett-Preston Batchelder Gen BBOP
The Great Migration Begins volumes published in 1897, 1900 and 1914, along with Plymouth County marriages published in The Genealogical Advertiser in 1898 and 1899]) The Pilgrims in The Netherlands, Recent Research, Papers Presented at a Symposium held by The Leiden Pilgrim Documents Center and The Sir Thomas Browne Institute, ed. Jeremy D. Bangs (Leiden, The Netherlands, 1984) Joanne McRee Sanders, comp., Barbados Records, Marriages, 1643-1800, 2 vols. (1982) Joanne McRee Sanders, comp., Barbados Records, Wills and Administrations, 1639- 1680, vol. 1 (1979) Barnstable, Massachusetts, Church Records Barnstable County, Massachusetts, Probate Records Buell Burdett Bassett, One Bassett Family in America ... (Springfield, Massachusetts, 1926) Belle Preston, Bassett-Preston Ancestors (New Haven 1930) Frederick Clifton Pierce, Batchelder, Batcheller Genealogy. Descendants of Rev. Stephen Bachiler, of England, a Leading Nonconf07'mist, Who Settled the Town of New Hampton, NH. and Joseph, Henry, Joshua and John Batcheller of Essex Co., Massachusetts (Chicago 1898) "The Book of Possessions" for Boston, in Sec- ond Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston; containing the Boston Records, 1634-1660, and the Book of Possessions, 2nd ed. (Boston 1881)
BChR Bethia Harris Anc Boardman Anc Bodge Bond Boston PR Boston Second Bosworth Gen Bradford Bradford LB
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The Records of the First Church in Boston, 1630- 1868, Publications of the colonial society of Massachusetts, Volumes 39, 40 and 41, ed. Richard D. Pierce (Boston 1961)
Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry of Bethia Harris, 1748-1833, Wife of Dudley Wildes of Topsfield, Massachusetts (Portland, Maine 1934) William F. J. Boardman, The Ancestry of William Francis joseph Boardman (Hartford 1906)
George Madison Bodge, Soldiers in King Philip's War being A Critical Account of That War with A Concise History of the Indian Wars of New England From 1620-1677 (Leominster, Massachusetts, 1896; rpt. Baltimore 1967) · Henry Bond, Genealogies of the Families and De- scendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts .. " two volumes in one, second edition (Boston 1860)
Charles Wilmer Foster, The Parish Registers of Boston in the County of Lincoln, 2 volumes, in The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society, Parish Register Series, volumes 1 and 3 (Lincoln, England, 1914, 1915)
Chandler Robins, History of the Second Church, or Old North, in Boston (Boston 1852)
Mary Bosworth Clarke, Bosworth Genealogy .. , (San Francisco 1926)
William Bradford, Of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647, ed. Samuel Eliot Morison (New York 1952)
Governor William Bradford's Letter Book (Boston, 1906; rpt. from Mayflower Descendant, 1904- 06)
xx Brady Anc Brainerd Anc BrChR BridTR Briggs Gen Brown-Parker BrPR BrTR BrVR BTR Bulkeley Gen Burrage Button Gen
The Great Migration Begins L. Effingham deForest and Anne Lawrence deForest, James Cox.Brady and His Ancestry (New York 1933) Thomas Chalmers Brainerd, Ancestry of Thomas Chalmers Brainerd, ed. Donald Lines Jacobus (Montreal 1948) Brooklyn Church Records, in Holland Society Yearbook, 1897 Bridgewater, Massachusetts, Town Records L. Vernon Briggs, History and Genealogy of the Briggs Family, 1254-1937, In Three Volumes (Boston 1937) Blanche Brown Bryant, The Progenitors and Descendants of Thomas Page Broum and Sarah (Sally) Parker (Springfield, Vermont, 1938) Bristol County, Massachusetts, Probate Records Records of the Toum of Braintree, 1640 to 1793, ed. Samuel A. Bates (Randolph 1886), pp. 1~625 Records of the Toum of Braintree, 1640 to 1793, ed. Samuel A. Bates (Randolph 1886), pp. 627-940 "Boston Town Records," in Second Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston; containing the Boston Records, 1634-1660, and the Book ofPossessions, 2nd ed. (Boston 1881) Donald Lines Jacobus, The Bulkeley Genealogy, Rev. Peter Bulkeley (New Haven 1933) Champlin Burrage, The Early English Dissenters, 1550-1641 (Cambridge, England, 1912) R. Glen Nye, Button Families of America (n.p. 1971)
BVR CaBOP CaTR CCCR CCL Chapin Chase-Wigglesworth ChBOP ChChR ChTR ChVR
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Boston Births, Baptisms, Man'iages, and Deaths, 1630-1699, Ninth Report of the Boston Record Commissioners (Boston 1883; rpt. Baltimore 1978)
The Register Book of the Lands and Houses in the
"New Towne" and the Town of Cambridge...
(Cambridge 1896)
The Records of the Town of Cambridge (FO"Imerly Newtowne) Massachusetts, 1630-1703... (Cambridge 1901)
The Public Records of the Colony of Connecticut, 1636-1776, 15 volumes (Hartford 18501890)
Leonard H. Smith Jr., comp., Cape Cod Library of Local History and Genealogy, 2 vols. (Baltimore 1992)
Howard M. Chapin, Documentary History of Rhode Island, 2 vols. (Providence 1916, 1919)
Alicia Crane Williams, Chase- Wigglesworth Genealogy: The Ancestors and Descendants of Philip Putnam Chase and His Wife Anna Cornelia Wigglesworth (Baltimore 1990)
Charlestown Land Records, 1638-1802, Third Report of the Boston Record Commissioners, 2nd ed. (Boston 1883)
Records of the First Church in Charlestown, Massachusetts, 1632-1789, ed. James Frothingham Hunnewell (Boston 1880)
Charlestown Town Records (see "Sources: Town Records: Charlestown")
Vital Records of Charlestown, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850, Volume I, compo and ed. Roger D. Joslyn, FAS.G. (Boston 1984)
·· XXll Clap Coldham Conant Gen Converse Gen Copp's Hill ColtmanAnc Corbin Council NE CoVR · CP CSM
The Great Migration Begins Roger Clap, Memoirs of Capt. Roger Clap (Boston 1731; rpt. Boston 1844) Peter Wilson Coldham, The Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1660 (Baltimore 1987) Frederick Odell Conant, A History ... of the Conant Family (Portland, Maine, 1887) Charles Allen Converse, Some of the Ancestors and Descendants of Samuel Converse, Jr. .. . Major James Convers ... Hon. Heman Allen .. . Captain Jonathan Bixby, Sr. ... (Boston 1947) Thomas Bridgman, Epitaphs from Copp's Hill Burial Ground, Boston (Boston 1851; rpt. Bowie, Maryland, 1989) Edith Bartlett Sumner, Ancestry and Descendants ofJames Hensman Coltman and Betsey Tobey (Los Angeles 1957) Corbin Manuscript Collection at New England Historic Genealogical Society (Call #SG COR 5, being "historical and genealogical material, generally pertaining to central and western Massachusetts for the period 1650-1850") "Records of the Council for New England," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Meeting of April 24, 1867, pp. 53131 Concord, Massachusetts[.J Births, Marriages, and Deaths[.J 1635-1850 (Concord, n.d.) The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, The Hon. Vicary Gibbs, ed., 13 in 14 vols. (London 1910-1940) Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachu- setts, Volume 1 to present (1895 +)
CSPD CT Civil List CTVR DAB Davenport Davis Fam Dawes-Gates DChR DeChR DeHR DeTR DeVR
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Calendar of State Papers, Domestic
List of Officials Civil, Military, and Ecclesiastical of Connecticut Colony ... and New Haven Colony... , compo Donald Lines Jacobus (New Haven 1935)
Births Ma1'7iages and Deaths Returned from Hartford, Windsor and Fairfield and Entered in the Early Land Records of the Colony of Connecticut... , ed. Edwin Stanley Welles (Hartford 1898)
Dictionary ofAmerican Biography
Isabel MacBeath Calder, Letters ofJohn Davenport, Puritan Divine (New Haven 1937)
Samuel Forbes Rockwell, Davis Families of Early Roxbury and Boston (North Andover 1932)
Mary Walton Ferris, Dawes-Gates Ancestral Lines, 2 vols. (n.p., 1943, 1931)
Records of the First Church at Dorchester in New England, 1636-1734 (Boston 1891)
The Record of Baptisms, Ma1'1iages and Deaths... from the Church Records in the Town of Dedham, Massachusetts, 1638-1845... , ed. Don Gleason Hill (Dedham 1888)
The Dedham Historical Register, 14 volumes (Dedham 1890-1903)
The Early Records of the Town of Dedham, Massachusetts. 1636-1659 ... being Volume Three of the Printed Records of the Town, ed. Don Gleason Hill (Dedham 1892)
The Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths... in the Town of Dedham, Volumes 1 & 2... , ed. Don Gleason Hill (Dedham 1886)
· XXIV DeweyGen Dexter DNB Doc Hist ME Doc Hist NY Doggett Gen Dorset Marr Dover Hist Drake's Boston DSGRM DTR Dudley
The Great Migration Begins Adelbert M. Dewey and Louis Marinus Dewey, Life of George Dewey, Rear Admiral, U.S.N., and Dewey Family History (Westfield, Massachusetts, 1898) Henry Martyn Dexter and Morton Dexter, The England and Holland of the Pilgrims (London, 1906; rpt. Baltimore 1978) Dictionary of National Biography Documentary History of the State of Maine, 24 vols. in Collections of the Maine Historical Society, Second Series (Portland, 1869-1916) The Documentary History of the State of New York, 4 vols., ed. E.B. O'Callaghan (Albany 1849) Samuel Bradlee Doggett, A History of the Doggett-Daggett Family (Boston 1894) Dorset Parish Registers, Marriages, eds. W.P. Phillimore and Edmund Nevill John Scales, History of Dover, New Hampshire (Dover 1923; rpt. Bowie, Maryland, 1977) Samuel G. Drake, The History and Antiquities of Boston, the Captial of Massachusetts and Metropolis of New England From its Settlement in 1630 to the Year 1770 (Boston 1856) Detroit Society for Genealogical Research Magazine, Volume 1 to present (Detroit, Michigan, 1937+) Fourth Report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston. 1880. Dorchester Town Records (Boston 1883) Thomas Dudley, Letter to Lady Bridget, Countess of Lincoln, 12 and 28 March 1630/1, in Letters from New England: The Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1629-1638, ed.
Dudley Wildes Anc DuLR DuVR DVR Early Rehoboth EddyGen EIHC Eliot Gen ELR Enfield Hist English Adventurers English Homes
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Everett Emerson (Amherst, Massachusetts, 1976), pp. 66-83
Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry of Dudley Wildes, 1759-1820, of Topsfield, Massachusetts (Portland, Maine, 1959)
Dukes County, Massachusetts, Dee9s
Vital Records of Duxbury, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850 (Boston 1911)
Dorchester Births, Marriages, and Deaths to the End of 1825, Twenty-first Report of the Boston Record Commissioners (Boston 1890)
Richard LeBaron Bowen, Early Rehoboth: Doc- umented Historical Studies of Families and Events in This Plymouth Colony Township, 4 volumes (Rehoboth 1945-1950)
Ruth Story Devereux Eddy, comp., The Eddy Family in America (Boston 1930)
Essex Institute Historical Collections, Volume 1 to present (1859+)
Wilimena Hannah Emerson, ...Genealogy of the Descendants ofJohn Eliot (New Haven 1905)
Essex County, Massachusetts, Deeds, originals at Essex County Courthouse and on microfilm
Francis Olcott Allen, The History of Enfield, Connecticut, 3 vols. (Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1900)
Peter Wilson Coldham, English Adventurers and Emigrants, 1609-1660 (Baltimore 1984)
Charles Edward Banks, The English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers ... (New York cl929)
· XXVI EPR EQC Essex Ant Evans Festschrift Exeter Hist Fairfield LR Fairfield PR Farmington LR Farm VR Barbour Farwell Gen Felt
The Great Migration Begins The Probate Records of Essex County, Massachusetts, 1635-1681, 3 volumes (Salem 19161920; rpt. Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1988). Citations to the unpublished probate records will be to case numbers, or to register volumes (which begin with volume 301 ). Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Massachusetts, 1636-1686,9 volumes (Salem 1911-1975) The Essex Antiquarian, Volume 1 through 13 (Salem 1897-1909) Studies in Genealogy and Family History in Tribute to Charles Evans On the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday, Lindsay L. Brook, ed. (Salt Lake City 1989) Charles H. Bell, History of the Toum of Exeter, New Hampshire (Exeter 1888; rpt. Bowie, Maryland, 1979) Fairfield, Connecticut, Deeds Fairfield County, Connecticut, Probate Records Farmington, Connecticut, Deeds Farmington Vital Records, Barbour Collection, Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Connecticut John Dennis Farwell, Jane Harter Abbott and Lillian M. Wilson, The Farwell Family, 2 volumes (n.p. 1929); all citations here from Volume I Joseph B. Felt, Annals of Salem, 2nd edition, 2 volumes (Salem 1845, 1849)
Fiske Notebook Flagg FOOF Ford Foster Frothingham GDMNH GenAdv Gen Bull Gen Mag Gilbert Gen
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The Notebook of the Reverend John Fiske, 1644- 1675, Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Volume 47 (Boston 1974)
Ernest Flagg, Genealogical Notes on the Founding
of New England, My Ancestors' Part in that
Undertaking (n.p. 1926; rpt. Baltimore
Donald Lines jacobus, compo and ed., History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield, 3 volumes (Fairfield, Connecticut, 1930; rpt. Baltimore 1976, 1991)
William Bradford, History of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647, ed. Worthington Chauncey Ford, 2 volumes (Boston 1912)
joseph Foster, Alumni Oxonienses: The Members of the University of Oxford, 1500-1714 ... , 4 volumes (Oxford 1891-1892)
Richard Frothingham, jr., The History of Charlestown, Massachusetts (Boston 1845)
Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby and Walter Goodwin Davis, Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire (Port. land, Maine, 1928-1939; rpt. Baltimore 1972)
The GeneaLogicaL Advertiser, v. 1-4 (Cambridge, 1898-1901; rpt. Baltimore, GPC, 1974)
The Genealogical Bulletin
The GenealogicaL Magazine (Salem, Massachusetts 1810-1915)
Homer Worthington Brainard, Harold 'Simeon Gilbert and Clarence Almon Torrey, The Gilbert FamiLy, Descendants of Thomas GiLbert, 1582(?)-1659 (New Haven 1953)
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Gilberts of New England George Gordon Gilbert and Geoffrey Gilbert, Gilberts of New England. Part I: Descendants ofJohn Gilbert of Dorchester, and Homer W. Brainard and Clarence A Torrey, Gilberts of New England. Part II: Descendants of Mathew Gilbert of New Haven, Humphrey Gilbert of Ipswich, and William Gilbert of Boston, from the Gilbert Family Manuscript Genealogy (Victoria, British Columbia, 1959)
Gillespie Anc
Paul W. Prindle, Ancestry of Elizabeth Barrett Gillespie (Mrs. William Sperry Beinecke) (New Orleans 1976)
Gleaner Articles, Fifth Report of the Boston Record Commissioners (Boston revised 1887)
John Brooks Threlfall, Twenty-Six Great Migra- tion Colonists To New England & Their Origins (Madison, Wisconsin, 1993)
John Brooks Threlfall, Fifty Great Migration Colonists To New England & Their Origins (Madison, Wisconsin, 1990)
Great Migration Newsletter, Volume 1 through present (1990 +)
Good News
"Good Newes From New England: or a true Relation of things very remarkable at the Plantation of Plimoth in New England..." by E[dward] W[inslow], in Alexander Young, Chronicles of The Pilgrim Fathers of The Colony of Plymouth, From 1602 to 1625... , 2nd edition (Boston 1844; rpt. Baltimore 1974); pp. 271-375
Frank Farnsworth Starr, Various ancestral lines of James Goodwin and Lucy (Morgan) Good- win, Hartford, Connecticut, 2 vols. (Hartford 1915)
GoodwinGen Goodwin Papers Gorges Granberry Grant Gravesend TR Gregory Stone Gen Guilford Anc HaBOP Hadley Hist HadVR
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James Junius Goodwin, The Goodwins of Hart- ford, Connecticut, Descendants of William and Ozias Goodwin (Hartford 1891)
Frank Farnsworth Starr, English Goodwin Family Papers (Hartford 1921)
The Letters of Thomas Gorges, Deputy Governor of the Province ofMaine, 1640-1643, ed. Robert E. Moody (Portland 1978)
Donald Lines Jacobus, The Granberry Family and Allied Families (Hartford 1945)
"Matthew Grant Record, 1639-1681" in Some Early Records and Documents of and Relating to The Town of Windsor, Connecticut, 1639- 1703 (Hartford 1930)
Gravesend, New York, Town Records
J. Gardner Bartlett, Gregory Stone Genealogy, Ancestry and Descendants of Dea. Gregory Stone of Cambridge, Mass., 1320-1917 (Boston 1918)
Joan S. Guilford, The Ancestry of Dr. J.P. Guilford (Orange, California, 1990)
Original Distribution of the Lands in Hartford Among the Settlers, 1639, Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, Volume 14 (Hartford 1912; rpt. Bowie, Maryland, 1989)
Sylvester Judd, The History of Hadley, Massachusetts (1905; rpt. Somersworth, New Hampshire, 1976)
Hadley, Massachusetts, Vital Records · Oliver Ayer Roberts, History of .. the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts, 1637-1888,4 volumes (Boston 1895-1901)
xxx Hale, House Hall-Baldwin HamLR Hammatt Papers HamPR HamVR Hampton Hist HampVR Hartford PD HarVR
The Great Migration Begins Donald Lines Jacobus and Edgar Francis Waterman, Hale, Rouse and Related Families, Mainly of the Connecticut River Valley (Hartford 1952; rpt. Baltimore 1978) Edith Bartlett Sumner, Ancestry and Descendants of Amaziah Hall and Betsey Baldwin (Los Angeles 1954) Hampshire County, Massachusetts, Deeds, Springfield, Massachusetts Abraham Hammatt, The Hammatt Papers. Early Inhabitants of Ipswich, Massachusetts. 1633- 1700 (Ipswich 1880-1899; rpt. Baltimore 1980) Hampshire County, Massachusetts, Probate Records, Northampton, Massachusetts (and on microfilm) Manuscript volume of vital records kept at Hadley Town Hall; same hand, same format and similar time span as Pynchon VR; covers Hadley, Hatfield, Deerfield and Northampton Joseph Dow, History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire: From Its Settlement in 1638, To The A utumn of 1892 (Salem 1893) Vital Records of Hampton, New Hampshire To The End of the Year 1900, eds. George Freeman Sanborn Jr. and Melinde Lutz Sanborn (Boston 1992) Hartford Probate District, original files, Connecticut State Archives (and on microfilm) Louise H. Kelley and Dorothy Straw, Vital Reocrds Town of Harwich, Massachusetts, 1694-1850 (Harwich 1982)
HaTR HaVR HaVR Barbour HempTR Henry Adams HewesGen Higginson Hingham Hist HingVR Hinshaw History of Grants
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"Hartford Town Votes, Volume I. 1635-1716" in Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, Volume 6 (Hartford 1897) . "Early Hartford Vital Records" in Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, Volume l4, pp. 575-632 (Hartford 1912; rpt. Bowie, Maryland, 1989) , Hartford Vital Records, Barbour Collection, Connecticut State Library, Hartford, Connecticut.
Records of the Towns of North and South Hempstead, Lond Island, New York, 1654-1880, 8 volumes, ed. Benjamin D. Hicks (Jamaica, New York, 1896-1904) J. Gardner Bartlett, Henry Adams of Some- rsetshire, England and Braintree, Mass. His English Ancestry and Some of His Descendants (New York 1927)
Eben Putnam, Lieutenant Joshua Hewes (New York 1913)
Francis Higginson, New-Englands Plantation with The Sea Journal and Other Writings (Salem 1908)
George Lincoln, History of the Town ofHingham, Massachusetts, 3 volumes (Hingham 1893; rpt. Somersworth, New Hampshire, 1982) Hingham, Massachusetts, Vital Records
William Wade Hinshaw and Thomas Worth Marshall, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Volume III, New York and Long Island (Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1940)
Samuel F. Haven, History of Grants under the . Great Council For New England ... (Boston 1869)
·· XXXIl Holden Gen Hotten Hoyt Hubbard Hull ILR Ipswich Hist ITR JIC John White · Johnson Joseph Neal Anc
The Oreat Migration Begins Eben Putnam, The Holden Genealogy (Boston 1923-26) · The Original Lists of Persons of Quality ... , ed. John Camden Hotten (London 1874; rpt. Baltimore 1974) David Webster Hoyt, The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts, 3 vols. (Providence, R.I., 1897-1919) William Hubbard, A General History of New England from the Discovery to MDCLXXX (Cambridge 1815) "Diary of John Hull" in Transactions and CoUec- tions of the American Antiquarian Society, Volume 3 (Worcester 1857) Ipswich Land Records, manuscript, Essex County Courthouse, Salem, Massachusetts Thomas Franklin Waters, Ipswich In the Massachusetts Bay Colony, 2 vols. (Ipswich 1905, 1917) Ipswich Town Records, from microfilm Neil D. Thompson and Robert Charles Anderson, eds., A Tribute to John Insley Coddington on the Occasion of the Fortieth Anniversary of The American Society of Genealogists (New York 1980) Frances Rose-Troup, John White, The Patriarch of Dorchester [Dorset} and The Founder of Massachusetts, 1575-1648... (New York 1930) Edward Johnson, johnson's Wonder- Working Providence, 1628-1651, ed. J. Franklin Jameson (New York 1910) Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry ofJoseph Neal, 1769-c.1835 (Portland, Maine, 1945)
KemptonAnc Kingsbury Gen King's Chapel Kittery Hist KitVR Lancaster Records LCVR Lechford
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Dean Crawford Smith, The Ancestry of Eva Belle Kempton, 1878-1908, Part 1: The Ancestry of Warren Francis Kempton, 1817-1879 (Boston 1996)
Frederick John Kingsbury and Mary Kingsbury Talcott, The Genealogy of the De- scendants of Henry Kingsbury qf Ipswich and Haverhill, Mass. (Hartford 1905)
Thomas Bridgman, Memorials of The Dead In Boston, Containing Select Transcripts of the King's Chapel Burial Ground, in the City of Boston (Boston 1853)
Everett S. Stackpole, Old Kittery and Her Families (Lewiston, Maine, 1903; rpt. Somersworth, New Hampshire, 1981)
Joseph Crook Anderson II and Lois Ware Thurston, Vital Records of Kittery, Maine, To The Year 1892, Maine Genealogical Society Special Publication No.8 (Camden, Maine, 1991)
Henry S. Nourse, , The Early Recorsds of Lan- castser, Massachusetts. 1643-1752 (Lan- caster, Massachusetts, 1884; rpt. Bowie, Maryland, 1993)
James N. Arnold, Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, First Series, Volume 4, Part VI, Little Compton (Providence 1893)
Note-book Kept by Thomas Lechford, Esq., Lawyer, in Boston, Massachusetts Bay, from June 27, 1638, to July 29, 1641, ed. Edward Everett Hale, Jr. (Cambridge 1885; rpt. Camden, Maine, 1988). Citations herein refer to the pagination as printed (and not to the man. uscript pagination) and will therefore differ from the index entries of the 1885 edition.
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Letters of NE
Letters from New England. The Massachusetts Bay Colony, 1629-1638, Everett Emerson, ed. (Amherst, Massachusetts, 1976)
Loomis Rec
Copy of Windsor Vital Records prepared by Town Clerk and included in Barbour Index
Lydia Harmon Anc
Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry of Lydia Ha1mon, 1755-1836, Wife ofJoseph Water- house of Standish, Maine (Boston 1924)
Lyme VR
Verne M. Hall and Elizebeth B. Plimpton, comps., Vital Records of Lyme, Connecticut to the End of the Year 1850 (Lyme 1976)
Lynn Hist
Alonzo Lewis and James Newhall, History of Lynn... (Lynn 1890)
The Register of the Lynn Historical Society, Numbers 1 through 23,1897-1926
Search for the Passengers of the Mary & John 1630, Volume 1 through present (Toledo, Ohio, 1985+)
"Massachusetts Archives," being bound volumes of loose papers at the Commonwealth Archives of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts
MA Civil List
William H. Whitmore, The Massachusetts Civil List for the Colonial and Provincial Periods, 1630-1774 (Albany 1870; rpt. Baltimore 1969)
Macdonough-Hackstaff Rodney MacDonough, The MacDonoughHackstaff Ancestry (Boston 1901)
Magna Chart Sureties
Frederick Lewis Weis, The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, The Barons Named in the Magna Charta, 1215 and Some of Their De- scendants Who Settled in America During the Early Colonial Years, 4th ed. (Baltimore 1991)
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Cotton Mather, Magnalia Christi Americana... , 2 volumes (Hartford 1855)
Maine PR
John Eldridge Frost, Maine Probate Abstracts, 2 volumes (Camden, Maine, 1991)
Maine Wills
William M. Sargent, Maine Wills, 1640-1760 (Portland 1887; rpt. Baltimore 1972)
Malden Hist
Deloraine Pendre Corey, The History of Malden, Massachusetts, 1633-1785 (Malden 1899)
Mansfield VR
Susan W. Dimock, Births, Baptisms, Maniages and Deaths From the Records of the Toum and Churches in Mansfield, Connecticut, 17031850 (New York 1898)
Man VR
Vital Records of Manchester, Massachusetts, to the End ofthe Year 1849 (Salem 1903)
A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records, Volume One, Hartford Probate District, 1635-1700, compo Charles William Manwaring (Hartford 1904)
Marsh Cen
Dwight Whitney Marsh, March Genealogy. Giving Several Thousand Descendants ofJohn Marsh of Hartford, Ct., 1636-1895 (Amherst, Massachusetts, 1895)
Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts, to the year 1850, ed. Robert M. Sherman and Ruth Wilder Sherman (n.p. 1970)
Martha's Vineyard Hist
Charles Edward Banks, The History of Martha's Vineyard, Dukes County, Massachusetts in Three Volumes (Edgartown 1966)
Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, 1628-1686, ed. Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, 5 volumes in 6 · (Boston 1853-1854)
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Selim Walker McArthur, McArthur-Barnes Ancestral Lines, ed..Donald Lines Jacobus (Portland, Maine, 1964)
Middlesex County Court Files, deposited at the Commonwealth Archives of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts (and on microfilm)
Leander McCormick-Goodhart, Genealogical Tables of the Descendants ofJohn Hamilton of "Locust Hill"... (n.p., 1933)
Mayflower Descendant, Volume 1 through pres-
ent (1899-1937,1985+)
Mayflower Families (the "silver" books)
Mayflower Families in Progress (the "pink" books)
Maine Historical & Genealogical Recorder
Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 1 through present (1792+). This serial is divided into a number of series, so the citations will sometimes be in three parts, designating series, volume and page.
Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 1 through present (1791 +). This serial is divided into a number of series, so the citations will sometimes be in three parts, designating series, volume and page.
Middletown, Connecticut, Church Records
Middleborough, Massachusetts Vital Records, Barbara Lambert Merrick and Alicia Crane Williams, eds., 2 vols. (Boston 1986, 1990)
Middletown, Connecticut, Deeds
Middletown, Connecticut, Vital Records
MidVR Barbour Minor Diary Minot Gen MLR Monnette MooreAnc Morison Morton Mourt MPCR MPR
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Middletown, Connecticut, Vital Records, Barbour transcript
The Diary of Thomas Minor, Stonington, Con- necticut. 1653 to 1684 (n.p. 1899; rpt. n.p. 1993 [with the diary of Manasseh Minor, 1696 to 1720))
Joseph Grafton Minot, A GeneaLogicaL Record of the Minot FamiLy ... (Boston 1897)
Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Deeds
Orra Eugene Monnette, First Settlers of Ye PLantations of Piscataway and Woodbridge, OLde East New Jersey, 1664-1714, parts 1-7 (Los Angeles 1930-1935)
L. Effingham deForest and Anne Lawrence deForest, Moore and Allied FamiLies: The Ancestry of William Henry Moore (New York 1938)
Samuel Eliot Morison, The Founding ofHarvard College (Cambridge 1935) [especially for Appendix B, "English University Men Who Emigrated to New England Before 1646," pp.359-410]
Nathaniel Morton, The New-EngLand's MemoriaL ... (Plymouth 1826)
A JournaL of the PiLgrims at PLymouth. Mourt's ReLation. A ReLation or JournaL of the EngLish PLantations Settled at PLymouth in New EngLand, by Certain EngLish Adventurers Both Merchants and Others, Dwight B. Heath, ed. (New York 1963)
Province and Court Records of Maine, 6 volumes (Portland 1928-1975; volumes 1-3 rpt. Newburyport, Massachusetts, 1991)
Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Probate Records
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Mayflower Quarterly, Volume 1 to present
Mulford Anc
Charles H. Cory, Jr., Lineal Ancestors of Susan (Kitchell) Mulford, Mother of Mrs. Susan (Mulford) Cory, 4 vols. (np 1937)
D.O.S. Lowell, A Munsey-Hopkins Genealogy ... (Boston 1920)
Nantucket Land
Henry Barnard Worth, Nantucket Lands and Land Owners (Bowie, Maryland, 1992)
Nantucket Vital Records
New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 1 through present (1847 + )
Newbury Hist
Joshua Coffin, A Sketch of the History of Newbury, Newburyport & West Newbury (Hampton, New Hampshire, 1845)
Newell Anc
William M. Emery, Newell Ancestry: The Story of the Antecedents of William Stark Newell (n.p. 1944)
New English Canaan
Thomas Morton, New English Canaan (Amsterdam 1637; rpt. Boston 1883)
New London Hist Newport Court Book A
Frances Mannering Caulkins, History of New London, Connecticut (New London 1852) Jane Fletcher Fiske, Newport Court Book A, manuscript in preparation
National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Volume 1 through present (1912 + )
Records of the Colony and Plantation of New Haven, 1638-1649, 1653-1664,2 volumes, ed. Charles J. Hoadly (Hartford 1857-1858)
NH Fam
Donald Lines Jacobus, Families of Ancient New Haven, 9 volumes in 3 (Baltimore 1974; originally published as New Haven
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Genealogical Magazine, Volumes 1 through 8 [New Haven 1922-1932]; these were the first 8 volumes of TAG, which see)
New Hampshire Genealogical Record, Volume 1 through present (1903-1910; 1990-present)
New Hampshire Province Court Record, manuscript records at New Hampshire Division of Records Management and Archives, Concord, New Hampshire
New Hampshire Provincial Deeds, New Hampshire Division of Records Management and Archives, Concord, New Hampshire
Provincial Papers, Documents and Records Relating to the Province of New Hampshire from 1686 to 1722, 40 volumes, ed. Nathaniel Boulton (Manchester, N.H., 1867-1943)
New Haven, Connecticut, Probate Records
New Haven Town Records, 3 volumes, ed. Franklin Bowditch Dexter (New Haven 1917-1962)
Vital Records of New Haven, 1649-1850, 2 volumes (Hartford 1917, 1924)
New Jersey Archives
New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, four series, 1845 to present
(Old) Norfolk County, Massachusetts, Deeds
New London Vital Reocrds, Barbour Collection, Connecticut State Library, Hartford, · Connecticut
Lucius M. Boltwood, History and Genealogy of the Family of Thomas Noble of Westfield, Mass- achusetts (Hartford 1878)
xl Northampton Hist NorthVR Norwalk Hist Norwich Cern NoVR Noyes-Gilman NYChR NYCM NYGBR NYHM:D NYHM:E NYMarr Old Dover
The Great Migration Begins James Russell Trumbull, History of Northamp- ton, Massachusetts, From its SettLement in 1654 (Northampton 1902) Northampton, Massachusetts, Vital Records Charles M. Selleck, Norwalk (Norwalk 1896) George S. Porter, Inscriptions from Gravestones in the OLd Burying Ground, Norwich Town, Connecticut (Norwich 1933) VitaL Records of Norwich, 1659-1848, 2 volumes (Hartford 1913) Charles Phelps Noyes, Noyes-GiLman Ancestry (St. Paul, Minnesota, 1907) Marriages from 1639 to 1801 in the Reformed Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Volume I (New York 1890), and Baptisms from 1639 to 1730 in the Refo7'17led Dutch Church, New York, Collections of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, Volume II (New York 1901) New York CounciL Minutes The New York GeneaLogicaL and BiographicaL Record, volume 1+ (1869- ) New York Historical Manuscripts: Dutch New York Historical Manuscripts: English New York Maniages Previous to 1784 ... (Baltimore 1868,1984) John Scales, HistoricaL Memoranda concerning Persons and PLaces in Old Dover, N.H. (Dover 1900)
OrdwayAnc Otis Parke-Gildersleeve Parker-Ruggles PCC PChR PCLR PCR PCPR Pemaquid Papers Perley
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Dean Crawford Smith, The Ancestry of SamueL BLanchard Ordway, 1844-1916 (Boston 1990)
Amos Otis, GeneaLogicaL Notes of BarnstabLe
FamiLies ... , 2 volumes (Barnstable, Massa-
chusetts, 1888, 1890; rpt. Baltimore 1979,
in 1 volume)
Nathan Grier Parke II, The Ancestry of Rev. Nathan Grier & his Wife, Ann ELizabeth GiLdersLeeve, Donald Lines Jacobus, ed. (Woodstock 1959)
John William Linzee, Jr., The History of Peter Parker and Sarah RuggLes of Roxbury, Mass., and Their Ancestors and Descendants (Boston 1913)
Prerogative Court of Canterbury, England
PLymouth Church Records, 1620-1859, Part 1 and Part 2 in Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, volumes 22 and 23 (Boston 1920, 1923)
Plymouth Colony Deeds (from microfilm; Volume 1 has been published as Volume 12ofPCR)
Records of the CoLony of New PLymouth in New En- gLand, ed. Nathaniel B. Shurtleff and David Pulsifer, 12 volumes in 10 (Boston 18551861)
Plymouth Colony Probate Records (from microfilm)
"Pemaquid Papers," in Collections of the Maine HistoricaL Society, vol. 5 (Portland 1857), pp. 1-138
Sidney Perley, The History of SaLem, Massachusetts, 3 volumes (Salem 1924-1928)
xlii Philip Sherman Phoebe Tilton Anc Pillsbury Anc Plain Dealing Planters PLR PoLE Pope PoTR PoVR PPR Prince PRO PrTR
The Great Migration Begins Roy V. Sherman, Some of the Descendants of Philip Sherman,. The First Secretary of Rhode Island (Akron 1968) Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry of Phoebe Tilton, 1775-1847, The Wife of Capt. Abel Lunt of Newburyport, Massachusetts (Portland 1947) Mary Lovering Holman, Ancestry of Charles Stinson Pillsbury and John Sargent Pillsbury ... 2 vols. (Concord, 1938) Thomas Lechford, Plain Dealing: or, Newes From New-England (London 1642) Charles Edward Banks, The Planters of the Commonwealth, 1620-1640 (Boston 1930; rpt. Baltimore 1972) Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Deeds (from microfilm) Portsmouth, Rhode Island, Land Evidences Charles Henry Pope, The Pioneers of Massachusetts... (Boston 1900; rpt. Baltimore 1965) The Early Records of the Town of Portsmouth (Providence 190 1) Portsmouth, Rhode Island, Vital Records Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Probate Records (from microfilm) Thomas Prince, A Chronological History of New England ... , Samuel G. Drake, ed., third edition (Boston 1852) Public Record Office, London, England The Early Records of the Town of Providence, 21 volumes (Providence 1892-1915)
PTR Pulsifer PVR Pynchon Court Pynchon Papers Pynchon VR Rambles RBOP RCA RChR
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Records of the Town of Plyrrwuth, Volume 1, 1636 to 1705 (Plymouth 1889)
David Pulsifer, manuscript transcription of the Middlesex County, Massachusetts, County Court records, vol. 1, 1653-
Vital Records of Plymouth, Mass(Lchusetts, to the Year 1850, Lee D. van Antwerp, comp., and Ruth Wilder Sherman, ed. (Camden, Maine, 1993)
Colonial Justice in Western Massachusetts (16391702), The Pynchon Court Reocrd. An Original Judges' Diary of the Administration of Justice in the Springfield Courts in the Massachsuetts Bay Colony, Joseph H. Smith, ed. (Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1961)
The Pynchon Papers, Volume I: Letters of John Pynchon, 1654-1700 and Volume II: Selections from the Account Books ofJohn Pynchon, 1651-1697, Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Volumes 60 and 61, ed. Carl Bridenbaugh (Boston 1982)
Manuscript volume of vital records kept by John Pynchon, at Connecticut Valley Historical Museum
Charles Brewster, Sketches of Persons, Localities and Incidents of Two Centuries, Rambles About Portsmouth, 2 series (Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 1869-1873; rpt. 1967)
Roxbury Book of Possessions in Sixth Report of the Boston Record Commissioners (Boston 1884) pp. 11-51
Records ofthe Court ofAssistants, 3 volumes (Boston 1901-1928)
Roxbury Land and Church Records, Sixth Report of the Boston Record Commissioners (Boston 1884), pp. 74-191
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James N. Arnold, Vital Record of Rehoboth, 1642-1896... (Providence 1897)
Records of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations ... , 1636-1692, 10 volumes, ed. John Russell Bartlett (Providence 1856-1865)
R I G R R h o d e Island Genealogical Register, Volumes 1 through present (1978+)
Rhode Island Land Evidences, Volume I, 16481696 (Providence 1921; rpt. Baltimore 1970)
Rhode Island Roots, volumes 1 through present (1975+)
James N. Arnold, Vital Record of Rhode Island, 1636-1850, volume 1 through 21 (Providence 1891-1912)
Rowlandson's Narrative The Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson (Lancaster, Massachusetts, 1903)
Rowley Fam
George Brainard Blodgette, comp., Early Settlers of Rowley, Massachusetts (Rowley 1933)
Records of the Particular Court of Connecticut, 1639-1663, Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, Volume 22 (Hartford 1928; rpt. Bowie, Maryland, 1987)
Roxbury Vital Records, manuscript copy at New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston
The Correspondence of Roger Williams, Volume One 1629-1653, Volume Two 1654-1682, ed. Glenn W. LaFantasie (Providence 1988)
George F. Willison, Saints and Strangers... (New York 1945)
Salisbury Fam Salisbury Mem Saltonstall Papers Sarah Hildreth Anc Sarah Johnson Anc Sarah Miller Anc Sarah Stone Anc Savage SayVR SChR SCC
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Edward Elbridge Salisbury and Evelyn McCurdy Salisbury, Family Histories and Genealogy, 3 vols. in 5 (New Haven 1892)
Edward Elbridge Salisbury, Family Memorials. A Series of Genealogical and Biographical Monographs ... (New Haven 1885) , Robert E. Moody, The Saltonstall Papers, 1607- 1815, Volume 1: 1607-1789, Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 80 (Boston 1972)
Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry of Sarah Hildreth, 1773-1857, Wife of Annis Spear of Litchfield, Maine (Portland, Maine, 1958)
Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry of Sarah johnson, 1775-1824, Wife of joseph Neal of Litchfield, Maine (Portland 1960)
Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry of Sarah Miller, 1755-1840, Wife ofLieut. Amos Toume of Arundel (Kennebunkport), Maine (Portland 1939)
Walter Goodwin Davis, The Ancestry of Sarah Stone, Wife ofjames Patten of Arundel (Kennebunkport) Maine (Portland, Maine, 1930)
James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, 4 volumes (Boston 1860-1862; rpt. Baltimore 1965)
The Vital Records of Saybrook Colony, 1635-1860, ed. Elizebeth Bull Plimpton (Old Saybrook, Connecticut, 1985)
The Records of the First Church in Salem, Massa- chusetts, 1629-1736, ed. Richard D. Pierce , (Salem 1974)
Records of the Suffolk County Court, 1671-1680,2 vols., in Publications of The Colonial Society of
xlvi SCHSR Scott Gen Scrapbook ScVR Sewall Shepard Sibley Simon Stone Gen Shattuck SimsLR SimsVR Barbour SLR Small Gen
The Great Migration Begins Massachusetts, vols. 29 and 30 (Boston, 1933) Suffolk County Historical Society Register Mary Lovering Holman, The Scott Genealogy.... (Boston 1919) The Plymouth Scrap Book, The Oldest Original Documents Extant In Plymouth Archives... , ed. Charles Henry Pope (Boston 1918) Vital Records of Scituate, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850, 2 volumes (Boston 1909) The Diary of Samuel Sewall, Volume One 1674- 1708, Volume Two 1709-1729, ed. M. Halsey Thomas (New York 1973) Thomas Shepard's Confessions, Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Volume 58, ed. George Selement & Bruce C. Woolley (Boston 1981) John Langdon Sibley, Biographical Sketches of Graduates of Harvard University, 1642-1689, 3 volumes (Cambridge 1873-1885) J. Gardner Bartlett, Simon Stone Genealogy ... (Boston 1926) Lemuel Shattuck, A History of the Toum of Concord... (Boston 1835) Simsbury, Connecticut, Deeds Simsbury Vital Records, Barbour Collection, Connecticut State Library, Hartford, ConnectJ· cut Suffolk Deeds, Volumes 1 through 14 (Boston 1880-1906). Citations to later volumes are from the microfilm copies of the originals. Lora Altine Woodbury Underhill, Descendants of Edward Small of New England and the
Snow-Estes SoTR Spencer SPR SPRNS Spragues of Malden Springfield Fam Springfield Hist SpTR Stevens-Miller Anc Stillwell
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Allied FamiLies with Tracings of EngLish Ancestry. revised edition. 3 volumes (Boston and New York. 1934)
Nora E. Snow. The Snow-Estes Ancestry. 2 volumes (Hillburn. New York. 1939)
The First Book of Records of the Town of Southampton... (Sag-Harbor. New York. 1874)
Wilbur D. Spencer. Pioneers on Maine Rivers with Lists to 1651 ... (Portland. Maine. 1930; rpt. Bowie. Maryland. 1990)
Suffolk County. Massachusetts. Probate Records
Suffolk County. Massachusetts. Probate Records. New Series
George Walter Chamberlain. The Spragues of MaLden. Massachusetts (Boston 1923)
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