Need NYGBR lookup for PGM profile Robert Coles.

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For PGM, I am researching and writing a bio for Robert Coles-49.  One of the sources is NYGBR 123:11-16, 87-93 "Matthias Harvey, A Very Public Man" by Harriet Beach.

Is there someone who has a subscription to NYGBR who would do a look up?  Check the bio I have already written on Coles-49 and see if NYGBR123 adds any further information?  If there is additional info for bio, perhaps you could e-mail me the pages, please?  It would be very much appreciated.
WikiTree profile: Robert Coles
in Genealogy Help by Cheryl Skordahl G2G6 Pilot (240k points)

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One difference is that the article says that Mary Hawkehurst was not the first wife and mother of at least John Coles. The last 4 were possibly Mary's children.  For some reason I wasn't able to save or download pages easily. If someone else can do it, I'll let them otherwise I'll scan the pages from the hardcopy later.
by Doug McCallum G2G6 Pilot (445k points)
selected by Cheryl Skordahl
Thanks Doug,  Yes, GMB also says that Robt. Coles had two wives named Mary, with last 4 children attributed to Mary the 2nd wife,  so NYGBR affirms Anderson's Great Migration Begins.   

Anything else you find would be greatly appreciated, or if there is no additional information, I'll just go with what I have.  Again, thank you for your time.
Thanks so much, Doug.  I am so appreciative that you took the time to e-mail me the 13 pages of the NYGBR article.  Yippee!
Doug, I worked on Matthias Harvye first.  Hervey-46.  It needs to be merged with Harvye-1, and I've requested the merge already.

I thought perhaps you may enjoy reading it.
I think you've covered him quite well. Once thing I noticed is that the <references /> tag is missing following the == Sources == heading. Matthias certainly didn't stay put for very long in any one place.

The early part in Warwick, Rhode Island was of interest. I grew up relatively close to there.
thanks Doug.  fixed reference tag.

Yes, both Matthias Harvye and Robert Coles were definitely wanderers...

Good working with you... have a nice evening.

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