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No. 30, viii, 5 pg 32 - The St. John genealogy; descendants of Matthias St. John, of Dorchester, Massachusetts, 1634, of Windsor, Connecticut, 1640, of Wethersfield, Connecticut, 1643-1645, and Norwalk, Connecticut, 1650b y Alexander, Orline St. John Alexander Published 1907 https://archive.org/details/stjohngenealogyd00alex
May, Samuel. The Descendants of Richard Sares (Sears) of Yarmouth, Mass., 1638-1888 (Joel Munsell's Sons, 1890) Page 73 & Page 112 The names of the first three children are given upon the authority of H.G. Somersby's manuscript collections, re. Sears. The fourth is ascribed by family tradition to a bro. of Col. Isaac Sears, and was probably a son of Joshua, and I have so placed him subject to correction. Joshua Sears is said to have removed to North Salem, Westchester Co, NY and some data of his family may be found in the records or churchyards of that place. I find nothing in the County Surrogate's office relative to his estate.
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