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Ancestral Lines From New York to Texas: 80 Families in England, France, The Netherlands, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Missouri & The South

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Author: Carl Boyer III

Published: 2016

 Hardcover, 339 pages

Carl Boyer, 3rd

This third volume covers more than fifteen mid-Atlantic and sixty Southern families. Principle surnames include Gilliam and Hamner of Virginia, Van Winkle of New Jersey, and Vermillion of Maryland. 


15 Generation Pedigree Chart

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Finally we found a chart that allows you to track more than 10 generations on a single paper. We recommend you buy two. Generations 1-9 are on the front, 10-15 are on the back along with plenty of white space to document even more generations of long lines.  Two charts side-by-side would allow you to display the entire 15 generations.  This chart is also folded and hole-punched to fit in a three ring binder.  This chart is shipped folded in quarters. As this item is lightweight, we will adjust all shipping charges before we ship your order to you.

A New England Native American Reader

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A collection of articles on New England Native American genealogy, history, and culture that have appeared in the Register or American Ancestors magazine (formerly New England Ancestors) from 1854 to the present. Topics include Black and Native people of Old Braintree, Mass.; William of Sudbury; King Philip; Indians in colonial courts; DNA studies on the family of Edmund Rice; the Brotherton Indian Collection; Jos. Daggett of Martha's Vineyard; and Nantucket court records. This important and unique volume also includes a foreword, an introduction, and an index. Edited by Henry B.

A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England (4-volume set)

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This important work, originally published 1860–1862, provides a wealth of source material on early New England families. A key resource for the Great Migration Study Project, this four-volume set is a crucial component of the essential genealogical library. Includes an all-new index.

By James Savage  

Foreword by Gary Boyd Roberts

Published July 2016

A Guide to Massachusetts Cemeteries, Third Edition

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This valuable town-by-town guide provides updated entries for all known burial grounds in Massachusetts with the year of consecration or oldest known burial, year of town incorporation, location and contact information for the cemetery, and a comprehensive index. This new edition also includes all updated NEHGS MSS call numbers, as well as published sources that have been created per cemetery.

By David Allen Lambert

Published November 2018

6 x 9 paperback, 352 pages