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The Darlings of Mendon, Massachusetts

by Susan Salisbury

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0788423517, Paperback)

Denice (Dennis) Darling, son of George, was born 1640 in England and came to Mendon, Massachusetts around 1677. He and his wife, Hannah Frances, had ten children.

This work covers seven generations and contains more than 1300 names. It is presented in the easy to understand NGHS style, wherein each descendant is numbered consecutively, in addition to being labeled with the number of his or her generation. Typical entries include name, place and date of birth, and date of death. Marriage information is supplied when known. Mini-biographical sketches of principal family members often provide further information, especially regarding second and third spouses and their parents. Place of burial is noted when known. 2003, 5.25 x 8.25, index, paper, 154 pp.

S2351 - A4058HB

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