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Families of Ancient New Haven

A.K.A: The New Haven Genealogical Magazine
A.K.A.: The American Genealogist, Vol. 1-8.

An eight-volume work created by Donald Lines Jacobus between 1923 and 1932. These volumes were originally published as New Haven Genealogical Magazine, which was the predecessor of The American Genealogist. The complete work contains over 65,000 names of early Connecticut settlers and their descendents.

From the Introduction to Volume 1: "The following compilation includes the families of the ancient town of New Haven, covering the present towns of New Haven, East Haven, North Haven, Hamden, Bethany, Woodbridge and West Haven. These families are brought down to the heads of families in the First Census (1790), and include the generation born about 1790 to 1800. Descendants in the male line who removed from this region are also given, if obtainable, to about 1800, unless they have been adequately set forth in published genealogies.

It is intended to give every record of birth or baptism to 1800, every record of marriage to 1810, and every record of death of individuals born prior to 1800 in the above towns. All dates derived from the public records are followed by an abbreviated reference in italics, indicating their source. A key to these abbreviations is provided. The vital records of six towns, the registers of seven churches, and the inscriptions in twenty-seven graveyards have been copied The probate, land and court records have been searched, as far as they relate to families that settled in this region prior to 1750. Much material has also been gathered from probate and town records of districts and towns outside of this region. Dates not followed by symbols are usually from printed authorities which, although unverified, are considered trustworthy."

  • by Jacobus, Donald Lines (1887-1970)
  • Vol. 1-8 are paged continuously, making the volume numbers unnecessary.
  • Each issue includes "Additions and Corrections" to previous issues, plus other material.
  • Originally published as New Haven Genealogical Magazine, Volumes I-VIII. Rome, NY and New Haven, CT 1922-1932.
  • Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1974, 1981, 1997.
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  • Vol. 1-3
  • Vol. 1 - 2 Page 1-512 Abbot - Daggett
  • Vol. 1 Page 1-256 Abbot-Bracy
  • Vol. 2 Page 257-512 Bradley-Daggett

  • Vol. 3 - 4 Page 513-1024 Dailey - Jerome
  • Vol. 3, Dailey-Hitchcock
  • Vol. 3, Issue 1, Dailey–Dutton
  • Vol. 3, Issue 2, Dwight-Geer
  • Vol. 3, Issue 3, Gibb-Hall
  • Vol. 3, Issue 4, Hall-Hitchcock
  • Vol. 4, Hitchcock-Jerome, Connecticut Witches: Johnson, Bassett, Benham
  • Vol. 4, Issue 1, Hitchcock to Hotchkiss
  • Vol. 4, Issue 2, Hotchkiss-Humiston
  • Vol. 4, Issue 3, Humiston-Jerome
  • Vol. 4, Issue 4, List of Officials, 1704 Land Division, Gilbert Mortality List.

  • Vol. 5 - 6 Page 1025-1543 Johnson - Rowe
  • Vol. 5, Johnson-Mowatt
  • Vol. 5, Issue 4, Morris-Mowatt
  • Vol. 6, Mudge-Rowe
  • Vol. 6, Issue 2, Painter-Peck
  • Vol. 6, Issue 4, Potter-Rowe

  • Vol. 7 - 8 Page 1544-2068 Royce - Young
  • Vol. 7 (1931) Royce-Tinker
  • Vol. 7 (1931) Issue 3, Sperry-Thomas
  • Vol. 8 (1932) Todd-Young
  • Vol. 8 (1932) Issue 4, Wiltshire-Young. Deaths in New Haven, 1820.

  • Cross-index

Abbreviations for Sources of Information

These abbreviations are made up of two parts, the first signifying the town, the second, the kind of record. Thus, in NHV, NH means New Haven and V the vital statistics of that town. In WdTl, the Wd means Woodbridge and T a gravestone inscription, the figure following the T designating a particular graveyard. HC2, the H stands for Hamden and C for a Congregational church there, the figure following the G specifying the particular church. NoHx means the Episcopal church of North Haven, x always standing for an Episcopal church and NoH for North Haven. A list of general symbols for towns and kinds of record are given below, followed by a list (arranged alphabetically by symbols) of the spe- cific record sources.

Symbols for Towns

  • B Bethany
  • Bd Branford
  • C Cheshire
  • D Derby
  • EH East Haven
  • Farm Farmington
  • G Guilford
  • H Hamden
  • L Litchfield
  • M Milford
  • Mid Middletown
  • My Middlebury
  • NH New Haven
  • NM New Milford
  • NoB North Branford
  • NoH North Haven
  • O Orange
  • Oxf Oxford
  • P Plymouth
  • Ppt Prospect
  • S Southington
  • St Stratford
  • Sy Southbury
  • W Wallingford
  • Wat Waterbury
  • Wd Woodbridge
  • WH West Haven
  • Wol Wolcott
  • Wtn Watertown
  • Wy Woodbury

Symbols for Kind of Record

  • C Congregational Church record
  • CCt County Court record
  • F Family, private or Bible record (this symbol always stands alone)
  • SupCt Superior Court record
  • T Gravestone record
  • V Vital (town) record
  • X Episcopal Church record

Specific Sources

  • BAlm Beckwith's Almanac
  • BD Mortality List of Bethany, 1788-1793
  • BTl "Cemetery in the Hollow", Bethany
  • BT2 Episcopal graveyard, Bethany
  • BT3 "Sperry Cemetery", Bethany
  • BT4 "Carrington Cemetery", Bethany
  • BTo Methodist graveyard, Bethany
  • BV Vital statistics, Bethany
  • Bx Christ Church (Prot. Ep.), Bethany
  • BdV Vital statistics, Branford
  • CC Congregational Society, Cheshire
  • CTl Old graveyard, Cheshire
  • CT2 Episcopal graveyard, Cheshire
  • CV Vital statistics, Cheshire
  • Cx St. Peter's (Prot. Ep.), Cheshire
  • ColR "Columbian Register", contemporary newspaper
  • ConnH "Conn. Herald", contemporary newspaper
  • DC Congregational Society, Derby
  • DT1 Old graveyard, Derby
  • DT2 Episcopal graveyard, Derby
  • DT3 "Great Hill Cemetery", Seymour
  • DT4 Graveyard, Beacon Falls
  • DT5 Cemetery in north Derby on the Housatonic
  • DV Vital statistics, Derby
  • Dx St. James's (Prot. Ep.), Derby
  • EHC Congregational Society, East Haven
  • EHR "East Haven Register", by Rev. Stephen Dodd
  • EHT Old graveyard. East Haven
  • EHV Vital statistics, East Haven
  • F Family, Bible or private records
  • F&IWRolls Muster Rolls of Conn. Troops, French and Indian Wars
  • FarmV Vital statistics, Farminigton
  • HC1 Congregational Society, Mount Carmel (in Hamden)
  • HC2 Congregational Society, "East Plain" or Whitney ville (in Hamden)
  • HT1 "Centerville Cemetery"
  • HT2 Hamden "Hamden Plains Cemetery", Highwood (in Hamden)
  • HT3 Old graveyard, Mount Carmel (in Hamden)
  • HT4 "State Street Cemetery", Hamden
  • HT5 "Whitneyville Cemetery", Hamden
  • HT6 "West Woods Cemetery", Hamden
  • HV Vital statistics, Hamden
  • LT "Litchfield and Morris Inscriptions", by Charles Thomas
  • LV Vital statistics, Litchfield
  • MC1 First Congregational Society. Milford
  • MC2 Second Congregational Society, Milford
  • MT Old graveyard, Milford
  • MV Vital statistics, Milford (including mortality lists)
  • MidV Vital statistics, Middletown
  • MyT Graveyard, Middlebury
  • NHC1 First Congregational Society, New Haven
  • NHC2 Second Congregational Society, New Haven
  • NHT1 City Burial Ground ("Grove Street Cemetery"), New Haven, including stones in Center Church crypt and those removed from the Green
  • NHT2 "Westville Cemetery", New Haven
  • NHT3 "Union Cemetery", Fair Haven (in New Haven)
  • NHV Vital statistics, New Haven
  • NHx Trinity Church (Prot. Ep.), New Haven
  • NMV Vital statistics, New Milford
  • NoBC1 Congregational Society (1725), North Branford
  • NoBC2 Congregational Society (1745), Northford (in North Branford)
  • NoBT1 Graveyard, Northford
  • NoHC Congregational Society, North Haven
  • NoHT1 Old graveyard, North Haven
  • NoHT2 Old graveyard, Montowese (in North Haven)
  • NoHT3 Modern graveyard, North Haven
  • NoHV Vital statistics, North Haven
  • NoHx St. John's (Prot. Ep.), North Haven
  • OC Congregational Society, Orange
  • OT Graveyard, Orange
  • OxfC Congregational Society, Oxford
  • OxfTl Two graveyards (close together), Quaker Farms (in Oxford)
  • OxfT2 "Zoar Bridge Cemetery", Oxford, (now submerged)
  • OxfV Vital statistics, Oxford
  • PC Congregational Society, Plymouth ("formerly Northbury)
  • PT Graveyard, Plymouth
  • PptT Graveyard, Prospect
  • SC Congregational Society, Southington
  • SalemC Congregational Society, Naugatuck
  • Salemx St. Michael's (Prot. Ep.), Naugatuck
  • StC First Congregational Society, Stratford
  • StV Vital statistics, Stratford
  • Stx Christ Church, (Prot. Ep.), Stratford
  • SyV Vital statistics, Southbury
  • WCl First Congregational Society, Wallingford [records not included]
  • WC2 First Congregational Society, Meriden
  • WTl "Center Street Cemetery", Wallingford
  • WT2 Old graveyard, Meriden
  • WV Vital statistics, Wallingford
  • Wx St. Paul's (Prot. Ep.), Wallingford [records not included]
  • WatTl City Cemetery (now destroyed), Waterbury
  • WatT2 "East Farms Cemetery", Waterbury
  • WatT3 Old graveyard and Hillside Cemetery, Naugatuck
  • WatV Vital statistics, Waterbury
  • Watx St. John's (Prot. Ep.), Waterbury
  • WdC Congregational Society, Woodbridge
  • WdTl "North-West Cemetery", Woodbridge
  • WdT2 Graveyard, "Miliord side", Woodbridge
  • WdT3 Graveyard (near Seymour), Woodbridge
  • WdV Vital statistics, Woodbridge
  • WHD Mortality lists of Philemon Smith and "Aunt Lucena" Smith, West Haven
  • WHTl Congregational grav^eyard, West Haven
  • WHT2 Episcopal graveyard. West Haven
  • WHT3 "Oak Grove Cemetery", West Haven
  • WolT Graveyard, Wolcott
  • WtnD Mortality lists (Judd and Skilton), Watertown
  • WtnT Graveyard, Watertown
  • WyC First Congregational Society, Woodbury
  • WyV Vital statistics, Woodbury

Table of Contents

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  • Vol. 1 (Clarence D. Smith, Rome, New York, 1923) Page 1-256 Abbot-Bracy
  • Abbot, Page 8
  • Abernathy, Page 9
  • Adams, Page 11
  • Adee, Page 12
  • Adlington, Page 12
  • Albro, Page 12
  • Alcott, Page 12
  • Allerton, Page 14
  • Alley, Page 14
  • Allicock, Page 15
  • Alling, Page 15
  • Allison, Page 39
  • Allyn, Page 39
  • Alsop, Page 39
  • Ambery, Page 39
  • Ambrose, Page 39
  • Ames, Page 39
  • Anderson, Page 40
  • Andrew, Page 40
  • Andrews, Page 40
  • Anno, Page 58
  • Anthony, Page 58
  • appi.eton, Page 58
  • Arnold, Page 58
  • Ash, Page 59
  • Ashburn, Page 59
  • Aspinwall, Page 59
  • Atkins, Page 59
  • Atkinson, Page 59
  • Atwater, Page 59
  • Augur, Page 87
  • Austin, Page 90
  • Avery, Page 98
  • Ayres, Page 98
  • Badger, Page 98
  • Bailey, Page 99
  • Baird, Page 99
  • Baker, Page 99
  • Baldwin, Page 99
  • Ball, Page 107
  • Barber, Page 114
  • Barker, Page 114
  • Barnes, Page 115
  • Barnett, Page 130
  • Barney, Page 131
  • Bartholomew, Page 132
  • Bassett, Page 134
  • Batchelor, Page 146
  • Bates, Page 147
  • Beach, Page 147
  • Beadles, Page 161
  • Beamon, Page 162
  • Bean, Page 162
  • Beardsley, Page 162
  • Beaumont, Page 162
  • Beckley, Page 162
  • Beecher, Page 162
  • Beers, Page 182
  • Belden, Page 183
  • Bell, Page 183
  • Bellamy, Page 183
  • Benedict, Page 186
  • Benham, Page 186
  • Benjamin, Page 197
  • Bennett, Page 197
  • Benton, Page 197
  • Berry, Page 197
  • Biggs, Page 199
  • Bills, Page 199
  • Bingley, Page 200
  • Bird, Page 200
  • Birdsey, Page 200
  • Bishop, Page 201
  • Bivins, Page 212
  • Black, Page 212
  • Blackman, Page 212
  • Blagge, Page 212
  • Blakeslee, Page 213
  • Bonticou, Page 232
  • Booth, Page 234
  • Botsford, Page 236
  • Boulcott, Page 236
  • Bowden, Page 236
  • Bowers, Page 236
  • Boykin, Page 237
  • Bracy, Page 237
  • War Service Records, Page 238
  • Corrections, Page 254
  • Additions, Page 255
  • Vol. 2 (Clarence D. Smith, Rome, New York, 1924) Page 257-512 Bradley-Daggett
  • List of Officials, Military and Civil, Who Served from March 1636 to December 1665, in The Colonies of Connecticut and New Haven, Page 961.

Surnames in each volume

Surnames in Volume 1 Abbot, Abernathy, Adams, Adee, Adlington, Albro, Alcott, Allerton, Alley, Allicock, Alling, Allison, Allyn, Alsop, Ambery, Ambrose, Ames, Anderson, Andrew, Andrews, Anno, Anthony, Appleton, Arnold, Ash, Ashburn, Aspinwall, Atkins, Atkinson, Atwater, Augur, Austin, Avery, Ayres, Badger, Bailey, Baird, Baker, Baldwin, Ball, Barber, Barker, Barnes, Barnett, Barney, Bartholomew, Bassett, Batchelor, Bates, Beach, Beadles, Beamon, Bean, Beardsley, Beaumont, Beckley, Beecher, Beers, Belden, Bell, Bellamy, Benedict, Benham, Benjamin, Bennett, Benton, Berry, Biggs, Bills, Bingley, Bird, Birdsey, Bishop, Bivins, Black, Blackman, Blagge, Blakeslee, Bonticou, Booth, Botsford, Boulcott, Bowden, Bowers, Boykin, Bracy.

Surnames in Volume 2 Abernathy, Allen, Andrews, Atwater, Bale, Barnes, Bassett, Bates, Beach, Beecher, Benham, Bird, Bishop, Bradley, Bragg, Brainard, Bray, Brewster, Brinsmade, Brintnall, Briscoe, Bristol, Brittin, Brockett, Bromham, Bronson, Brooks, Broome, Broughton, Brown, Browning, Buckingham, Buckley, Buddington, Buel, Bull, Bunce, Bunnell, Burn, Burnham, Burr, Burrage, Burrill, Burrington, Burritt, Burroughs, Burwell, Butcher, Butler, Button, Byington, Cable, Cadwell, Caffinch, Callahan, Camp, Candee, Canfield, Canner, Canodise, Carnes, Carpenter, Carrington, Carter, Castle, Catlin, Cavalee, Center, Chandler, Chapin, Chaplin, Chapman, Chappel, Charles, Chase, Chatterton, Chauncey, Cheney, Chew, Chidsey, Chilson, Chittenden, Chittester, Christophers, Church, Churchill, Clap, Claridge, Clark, Clause, Clement, Clinton, Coburn, Coffee, Cole, Coleman, Coley, Collier, Collins, Collis, Conger, Conklin, Cook, Cooper, Corbet, Corey, Cornish, Cornwall, Cotter, Couch, Covert, Coyle, Crabtree, Crane, Crawford, Crittenden, Crocker, Crosby, Crumb, Culver, Cunningham, Curtis, Cutler, Cutts, Daggett.

Surnames in Volume 3 Alling, Andrews, Babcock, Barnes, Bassett, Beach, Beecher, Benham, Bishop, Bradley, Brooks, Brown, Clark, Corey, Covert, Dailey, Dalph, Dana, Daniel, Danielson, Darling, Darrow, Darwin, Davenport, Davidson, Davis, Dawson, Day, Dayton, De La Roche, Delanoy, Deliverance, Deming, Denison, Dennis, Denslow, Dibble, Dickerman, Diodati, Dixon, Dixwell, Doak, Dodd, Dodge, Dolebear, Doolittle, Dorchester, Dorman, Dougal, Douglas, Downs, Doyle, Drake, Dudley, Dummer, Dunbar, Dunwell, Durand, Dutton, Dwight, Earl, Eastman, Eaton, Edwards, Eels, Eggleston, Elcock, Eld, Eliot, Elsey, Elwell, Emmons, English, Evance, Everton, Ewen, Fairchild, Falconer, Fanning, Farnes, Farnsworth, Farrand, Farren, Fenn, Fenton, Ferguson, Ferril, Field, Fields, Finch, Fisher, Fiske, Fitch, Fitzgerald, Foote, Forbes, Ford, Foster, Fountain, Fowler, Fox, Francis, Frederick, French, Frencham, Frisbie, Frost, Fryer, Fugill, Fuller, Galpin, Garnock, Gaskell, Gatler, Gaylord, Gedney, Geer, Gibb, Gibbard, Gibbons, Gibbs, Gibbud, Gilbert, Gill, Gillet, Glover, Gochee, Godman, Goffe, Goldsmith, Goodrich, Goodsell, Goodwin, Goodyear, Gordon, Gorham, Gould, Gourley, Gower, Graham, Granger, Grannis, Grant, Gray, Green, Greenleaf, Greenough, Gregory, Gregson, Griffin, Griggs, Grinnell, Griswold, Groon, Groves, Guitteau, Gunn, Hackley, Halbidge, Hale, Hall, Hammock, Hancock, Hansen, Harber, Harriman, Harrington, Harris, Harrison, Hart, Harvey, Harwood, Hatch, Hawes, Hawley, Hayes, Haynes, Hayward, Hazzard, Heaton, Helms, Hemingway, Hendrick, Herrick, Hickox, Hicks, Higginbotham, Higgins, Higginson, Hill, Hillhouse, Hine, Hipkins, Hitchcock.

Surnames in Volume 4 Abbott, Adee, Alling, Beecher, Bradley, Brintnall, Brown, Bunnell, Cook, Dayton, Forbes, Ford, Gilbert, Glover, Goldsmith, Gorham, Green, Hawes, Heaton, Hitchcock, Hitcheson, Hitfield, Hodge, Hodges, Hodshon, Holabird, Holcolm, Hollingworth, Holmes, Holt, Hood, Hooke, Hooker, Hopkins, Horton, Hosford, Hosmer, Hossington, Hotchkin, Hotchkiss, Hough, How, Howd, Howe, Howell, Hoy, Hubbard, Hubbell, Hudson, Huggins, Hughes, Hulburt, Hull, Hulse, Humiston, Humphreville, Hunnewell, Hunt, Huntington, Ince, Ingersoll, Ingraham, Isaacs, Ives, Jackson, Jacobs, Jacocks, James, Janes, Jauncey, Jebine, Jeffries, Jerome.

Surnames in Volume 5 Andrews, Austin, Baldwin, Benham, Clark, Cole, Cook, Cooler, Darrow, Denslow, Dorman, Fenn, Forses, Glover, Grannis, Hall, Heaton, Hemingway, Holbrook, Hotchkiss, How, Ives, Johnson, Jolly, Jones, Jordan, Joslin, Judd, Judson, Keefe, Kellogg, Kennedy, Kibbe, Kilby, Killam, Kimberly, King, Kingsley, Kirby, Kirtland, Kitchell, Lambert, Lamberton, Lampson, Lancraft, Landon, Lane, Lanfair, Langdon, Langmuir, Langrill, Larabee, Lathrop, Laxen, Le Forge, Leavenworth, Leavit, Leek, Leete, Leffingwell, Lerake, Letort, Lewis, Lindon, Lines, Ling, Little, Livermore, Livingston, London, Lord, Lounsbury, Love, Low, Lucas, Luddington, Luff, Lumsdon, Lupton, Lyman, Lynus, Lyon, Macumber, Mahan, Malbon, Malbone, Mallory, Malone, Maltby, Manchester, Manross, Mansfield, Mansor, Marchant, Marks, Marsh, Marshall, Martin, Mather, Matthews, Mattoon, McBane, McCleave, McConnelly, McCoy, McCrackan, McDonald, McKay, McKee, McKenzie, McLane, McNeil, Mecom, Meeker, Meloy, Merriam, Merriman, Merwin, Mesier, Messenger, Mew, Miles, Miller, Minor, Minot, Mitchell, Mix, Moffat, Montcalm, More, Morgan, Morrill, Morris, Morrison, Morse, Moss, Mott, Moulthrop, Mowatt.

Surnames in Volume 6 Mudge, Muirson, Mulford, Mullinor, Munn, Munroe, Munson, Murray, Nails, Nash, Nesbit, Newell, Newhall, Newman, Newton, Nichols, Nicoll, Niles, Nobles, North, Northrop, Norton, Nott, Noyes, Oakes, O’Hara, Olds, Orshall, Osbill, Osborn, Oswald, Page, Painter, Pardee, Parker, Parmelee, Parris, Parrot, Parsons, Patchen, Patten, Patterson, Payne, Pease, Peck, Peckham, Penfield, Pennington, Perit, Perkins, Perry, Pettit, Phelps, Phipps, Pierpont, Pigg, Pinion, Pinto, Plant, Platt, Plumb, Pluymert, Pollard, Pond, Porter, Post, Potter, Powell, Powers, Pratt, Prentice, Prescott, Preston, Prindle, Pritchard, Prout, Punchard, Punderford, Punderson, Purcell, Purchase, Quintard, Ralph, Ramsdale, Randall, Ranney, Ray, Read, Redfield, Rexford, Reynolds, Rhodes, Rich, Richards, Richardson, Riley, Ritter, Roach, Roberts, Robins, Robinson, Rogers, Root, Rosbottom, Rose, Rosewell, Ross, Rowe.

Surnames in Volume 7 Abernathy, Bradley, Brown, Carrington, Horton, James, Janes, Marks, Mix, Osborn, Peck, Perkins, Preston, Roberts, Royce, Ruggles, Russell, Rutherford, Sabin, Sackett, Saltonstall, Sanderson, Sanford, Sava, Sawyer, Scott, Scovill, Searl, Sears, Sedgwick, Seeley, Sellivant, Session, Seward, Sexton, Shares, Sharp, Shattuck, Shepard, Sherman, Shipman, Short, Silliman, Simmons, Simpson, Slaughter, Slauson, Sloan, Slowly, Smith, Spencer, Sperry, Spink, Spinning, Squire, Stacey, Stanley, Starke, Starr, Stein, Stent, Stevens, Stiles, Stillman, Stillwell, Stockwell, Stone, Storer, Stow, Street, Sturdevant, Summers, Sutliff, Talbot, Talmadge, Tappen, Taylor, Teal, Tench, Terrill, Thatcher, Thomas, Thompson, Thorpe, Throop, Tichenor, Tinker.

Surnames in Volume 8 Allen, Andrews, Barnes, Beecher, Bishop, Bradley, Clark, Dayton, Gilbert, Hemingway, Hitchcock, Hotchkiss, Huggins, Hull, Ives, Luddington, Matthews, Mew, Morris, Moss, Northrop, Pardee, Parker, Peck, Perkins, Royce, Russell, Sperry, Stevens, Street, Thompson, Todd, Tolles, Tomlinson, Tompkins, Totten, Towner, Townsend, Treadway, Trickey, Trowbridge, Trussell, Tucker, Turhand, Turner, Tuttle, Twining, Twiss, Tyler, Upson, Utter, Van Deursen, Van Goodenhausen, Van Voorhis, Vandermark, Vautie, Ventrus, Vietro, Vincent, Vinton, Vollume, Wade, Wainwright, Wakefield, Walker, Wallace, Walter, Wan, Wantwood, Ward, Warland, Warner, Warren, Waterhouse, Waterman, Watkins, Watrous, Watson, Way, Webber, Webster, Weed, Weeks, Wells, Westerhousen, Wetmore, Whaples, Wheadon, Wheeler, White, Whitehead, Whiting, Whitmore, Whitnell, Whitney, Whittlesey, Wickham, Wilcox, Wiles, Wilkins, Wilkinson, Williams, Willoughby, Wilmot, Wilson, Wiltshire, Winston, Winus, Wise, Wolcott, Wood, Woodbridge, Woodhouse, Woodhull, Wooding, Woodruff, Woodward, Wooster, Worthley, Wright, Wylie, Yale, Yeomans, Yorke, Young.

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Thank you! It is great to have all the information in one place.

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posted by Barbara (M) Moore
I do not find Moses Barnes listed as a descendant of Benjamin Barnes and Experience Rider in any Mayflower Books. I do not believe he is the son of Benjamin and Experience as they lived in Plymouth and their family was recoded there,
posted by Ellen (Stevens) Newton
I have all the books and am willing to look up sources, if needed.
Thank you very much for all your work, this is a great resource you have created.

I always see this sourced in genealogies and wanted to check it out.

Thank you Randy

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