I've been thinking about this some more, and reflecting on other replies as well. As mentioned by some, it might be too broad to consider a group of "Early Families of New England" since that would include so many, and thus make it difficult to manage and involve many sources. In other words, even thought it's seems like a good idea, maybe it actually might be useful consider something more specific that be more manageable and helpful - maybe something like "Early Families of Plympton". For example, I have lots of ancestors (like Bryant and Churchill) from Plympton, with many of them buried in the "Old Burying Place" in Hillcrest Cemetery. It also raises some other questions about inclusion criteria. I wonder whether it would be based on whether they were born, lived, died, or buried there? For instance, many of my ancestors were born in Plymouth, Scituate, etc. but moved to Plympton and were buried there. And what about someone born there who moved somewhere else?