Did you know? FamilySearch now has Plymouth Colony Records

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From: "Dale H. Cook", webmaster at plymouthcolony.net

Subject: [Plymouth Colony] Images of Plymouth Colony Records Online

To: plymouth-colony@rootsweb.com


FamilySearch.org has been adding images of the original Plymouth Colony manuscript records, which were disbound, repaired, interleaved, and rebound in 23 volumes in the nineteenth century. Two manuscript indices were then created. As of this writing 17 of the 23 records volumes, plus the two index volumes, are available online. Some of the volumes are in two parts. The two parts of Wills volumes 2-4 were bound together, the two parts of Deeds volumes were bound individually. Links to those image sets are at:


in The Tree House by Jillaine Smith G2G6 Pilot (817k points)
Fantastic! Thank you, Jillaine.
They Have .. Great Image Quality and Superb User Tools !


TH'XS .. Jillaine Smith ..
Perhaps Ellen Newton will turn out to be a transcription error and she'll be Ellen Worden really.
Smart a--  

Thanks.  This is great to know.  Karen

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OMG!  I was browsing the records and it looks like an Edward BOMPASS came on the Mayflower!  That's how it was spelled.
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