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The Darling Family in America

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The Darling Family in America

Early Settlers Prior to 1800. Being an Account of the Founders and First Colonial Families, an Official List of the Heads of Families of the Name Darling, Resident in the United States in 1790, and a Bibliography.

  • by Lyman Horace Weeks & William Montgomery Clemens.
  • Published by William M. Clemens, New York, 1913.
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<span id='Weeks'></span>Weeks, Lyman Horace. ''[[Space:The Darling Family in America|The Darling Family in America]]''. (William M. Clemens, New York, 1913).
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<ref>[[#Weeks|Weeks]]: Page 123.</ref>
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([[#Weeks|Weeks]]: Page 123)

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The "Darling Family in America" is not a very reliable source. It's more of a hodgepodge of whatever the compiler was able to discover with respect to various pre-Revolutionary families of the name. As an example of the carelessness with which it was put together, it identifies the father of Grace (Gridley) Dollen, wife of John Dollen (also "Dorland" etc.) of Monhegan Island, Maine, as "Nathaniel Gridley," when in reality his name was RIchard.
posted by Barry Wood

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