The New England Historical and Genealogical Register
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Volume 170, Whole Number 677, Winter 2016
Augustin Davignon and André Brault dit Chaillot, Brothers-in-Law of Winooski Falls, Vermont
Thomas3 Trowbridge (1677–1725) of Newton, Massachusetts, and Canterbury, Connecticut
Major Alexander3 Hart, a Jewish Conferdate Officer, and His Family
The Rhode Island Barker Family: Suffolk Background and Connections to Other New England Immigrants
Marriages from the New London County Court Records, 1667–1670
Decoster/DaCosta Family: Colonial Massachusetts Beginnings
|Religious and Political Radicalism in London: The Family of Thomas Howse, with Massachusetts Connections, 1642–1665 |
Craig L. Dalley
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