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The Mayflower Descendant, Volume 30, 1932

by Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0788448854, Paperback)

The material covered in this thirty-four volume series includes essentially everything of interest to researchers studying the Mayflower passengers, the first few generations of their progeny, and others who settled in the many towns they established in southeastern Massachusetts. The volumes in this series contain extensive transcriptions of original records, as well as compiled genealogies, and related historical articles. Volume XXX contains: Massachusetts Society proceedings; the diary of Jabez Fitch, Jr.; Mayflower births, marriages and deaths in Thomas Prince's "Chronological History of New-England;" church records for Truro, Massachusetts; Mayflower memorial funds; Barnstable County probate records; deed grantee: Samuel Swift; deed grantor: Josiah Swift; numerous wills and inventories from Atwood to Wood; vital records of: Barnstable, Duxbury, Halifax, Marshfield, Middleborough, Plymouth, Sandwich, and Truro, Massachusetts; vital records of Plymouth Colony; and much more. Indices to subjects, persons and places enhance the text. (1932), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 262 pp.

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