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One Hundred and Sixty Allied Families (1893)

by John Osborne Austin

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This record of the ancestry of my wife and myself is dedicated to my son
Richard Sisson Austin
who is in the tenth generation of descent (through both his parents)
from Richard Sisson of Portsmouth, R.I., and Dartmouth, Mass.
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This work embodies the author's earliest attempts at genealogical work. For the past ten years his efforts have been mainly in other genealogical fields. Many of the families here given are presented for the first time, and genealogical students will glean from them much that is new and interesting.
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