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Haring, Clark, Denton, White, Griggs, Judd

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Haring FamilyThe newly updated database, Genealogical and Biographical Notes: Haring-Herring, Clark, Denton, White, Griggs, Judd, and Related Families, compiled by Peter H. Judd, and published by Newbury Street Press of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, is now available to search. 

A follow-up to Peter Judd's 1999 award-winning Hatch and Brood of Time, this work examines the lives of the interrelated Haring, Herring, Clark, Denton, Phelps, White, Griggs, and Judd families beginning in the years of the Revolutionary War through to the late twentieth century.

This database includes genealogical and biographical notes on the above families and related familes, that, due to space limitations, were not included in the book. (These notes involve over 300 pages of text.) In modified Register format, the notes set forth the descents on paternal lines, from the immigrant ancestors of six of the principal families in the narrative. These provide a comprehensive set of references to vital and other records, with particular emphasis on prominent individuals in the preceding account. The notes in most instances carry the descents to the point at which there is a juncture with the family line covered in the narrative in the author's More Lasting than Brass that continues to later generations, also included are descendancy charts for Jan Pietersen Haring, Elbert Herring, and Julia Phelps Haring, and ancestor charts of Sarah Clark, Deborah Denton, George Luther White, Robert Foote Griggs, and Stuart Edwards Judd.

The notes include an examination of an early nineteenth-century manuscript devoted to the Haring family, "The Haring Family Notebook," established as the earliest family record validating the Hoorn, Holland, origins of Jan Pietersen Haring of New Amsterdam. There is also a biographical note on Thomas Ivers, father of Elizabeth Ivers, who married Abraham4 Herring, and tables showing burials in the Herring family vault at Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, and land transactions associated with Sarah4 Clark and Samuel5 Haring in Oneida County.

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Posted by Ryan Woods at 07/08/2011 08:37:30 AM | 


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