Families of Plymouth, New Hampshire. Two Volumes.

Families of Plymouth, New Hampshire. Two Volumes.

» 08.06.2016 14:04

Families of Plymouth, New Hampshire. Two Volumes.


If you like this book, please support author/publisher and buy this book. You can find it on Amazon or Google.



Description:

File Size: 31 mb
Password: ieietwerprt
Rep+ and enjoy

RAR file contains

1. Families of Plymouth, New Hampshire. Two Volumes..pdf
2. ReadMe.Important!.txt
3. Families of Plymouth, New Hampshire. Two Volumes..mobi
4. Families of Plymouth, New Hampshire. Two Volumes..epub
5. Families of Plymouth, New Hampshire. Two Volumes..doc


Download VirusTotal.com Scan

SHA256: f52e819ddaa98195f2ccbf12414d0f2446fa8bb9f3121563e5c84a12e75b2917
File name: Families of Plymouth, New Hampshire. Two Volumes..rar
Detection ratio: 0 / 53 / Seems to be clean

Ebook Details:

Author: Stearns, Ezra S.
ISBN: 9781596411845

Originally published as Volume II of the "History of Plymouth, New Hampshire." Plymouth, New Hampshire, incorporated in 1763, is located between the Lakes Region to the south and the White Mountains to the north, and is in the geographical center of New Hampshire in Grafton County. On March 15, 1895, the Town History Committee voted that a history of the town of Plymouth be prepared by and under the direction of the committee. Soon after, the research and collection of information began. Town records were consulted, and surveys were distributed to town residents and descendants for genealogical information. It was not until May 1902, that the committee secured the services of Hon. Ezra S. Stearns to write this history, including a volume on the families of Plymouth. The project was completed in 1906, with the publication of a two-volume set, the History of Plymouth, New Hampshire. Volume I, consisted of a historical narrative of the Plymouth, while Volume II contained genealogical and biographical sketches of approximately 1,500 Plymouth families, and roughly 5,000 individuals. This second volume, Volume II, is reprinted here in its entirety, with the new title, "Families of Plymouth New Hampshire." Information includes dates of birth, death, and marriage; and often short narratives of the individual, including trade or profession, military service, accomplishments, and education. FOLLOWING IS A PARTIAL LIST OF FAMILIES COVERED: Abbot, Adams, Aldrich, Allen, Ames, Andrews, Atwood, Avery, Ayer, Babb, Bacon, Bailey, Baker, Baldwin, Ball, Barnard, Barnes, Bartlett, Batchelder, Bean, Bennett, Bickford, Blake, Blanchard, Bliss, Blood, Boardman, Boynton, Bradley, Brooks, Brown, Bryant, Burnham, Buzzell, Carr, Carter, Chamberlain, Chandler, Chapman, Chase, Cheney, Church, Cilley, Clark, Clement, Clifford, Clough, Coffin, Colby, Collins, Cook, Copp, Corliss, Corser, Cox, Craig, Crockett, Crosby, Cross, Cummings, Currier, Darling, Davis, Day, Dean, Dearborn, Dodge, Dole, Dolloff, Dow, Drew, Durgin, Eastman, Eaton, Elliot, Emerson, Emery, Emmons, Evans, Farnum, Farwell, Fellows, Fifield, Fisher, Flanders, Fletcher, Flint, Fogg, Ford, Foss, Foster, Fowler, Freeman, French, Fuller, Gage, Gale, Garland, George, Gilman, Glover, Goodhur, Goodrich, Gordon, Gould, Gove, Graham, Grant, Gray, Greeley, Green, Hadley, Haines, Hall, Hardy, Harris, Hart, Harvey, Haseltine, Hastings, Heath, Herbert, Herrick, Hill, Holmes, Holt, Homans, Hoyt, Hunt, Huntington, Huse, Hutchins, Ingalls, Jewett, Johnson, Jones, Kelley, Kendall, Keyes, Kidder, Kimball, King, Knight, Knowles, Ladd, Lane, Lawrence, Leavitt, Lewis, Libbey, Little, Locke, Lougee, Lovejoy, Lovering, March, Marsh, Marshall, Marston, Martin, Mason, Matthews, McClure, Meloon, Merrill, Milk, Mitchell, Moore, Morrill, Morrison, Morse, Moses, Moulton, Mudgett, Mulliken, Muzzey, Nason, Nelson, Nichols, Norris, Noyes, Nutting, Ordway, Osgood, Packard, Page, Paige, Paine, Palmer, Parker, Payne, Peabody, Pearson, Peaslee, Perkins, Permoit, Perry, Phelps, Philrick, Phillips, Pierce, Pike, Pillsbury, Pingrey, Piper, Plummer, Pollard, Poor, Pope, Porter, Powers, Prescott, Preston, Quimby, Randall, Reed, Richardson, Richmond, Roberts, Robie, Robinson, Rogers, Rollins, Rowe, Rowell, Russell, Rust, Sanborn, Sargent, Savage, Sawyer, Scott, Scribner, Senter, Shaw, Shepard, Shute, Simonds, Sleeper, Small, Smart, Smith, Spalding, Stanton, Steele, Stetson, Stevens, Stinson, Strong, Swain, Swett, Taylor, Tewksbury, Thomas, Thompson, Tilton, Townsend, Tucker, Tufts, Turner, Underwood, Wadleigh, Walker, Wallace, Walton, Ward, Warner, Warren, Washburn, Watson, Webber, Webster, Weeks, Wells, Wentworth, West, Wheat, Wheeler, Wheet, Whipple, Whitcher, White, White, Whitney, Willard, Willey, Williams, Willoughby, Wilson, Winegar, Wise, Wood, Woodbury, Woodman, Woodward, Woodworth, Worthen, Wright, Wyatt, Wyman, Yeaton, and Young.

User avatar
Amithe
Posts: 21
Joined: 11.12.2016
Location: Bolivia
Top

Families of Plymouth, New Hampshire. Two Volumes. Ebook

» 17.06.2016 17:47

Great share, lets do taht.. REPS RES REPS
User avatar
Begadd
Posts: 110
Joined: 16.08.2015
Location: Equatorial Guinea
Top

Families of Plymouth, New Hampshire. Two Volumes. Ebook MOBI

» 22.06.2016 00:42

Would love to have it
Sometimes you remind me a lot of James. He called it my 'furry little problem' in company. Many people were under the impression that I owned a badly behaved rabbit.
User avatar
Happeat
Posts: 31
Joined: 01.12.2016
Location: Tonga
Top

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest

Designed by Dinosaur facts
Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Group