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Thomas Hatch of Barnstable & Some of His Descendants

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Thomas Hatch of Barnstable & Some of His Descendants

the descent of Alice Gertrude Hatch and her husband, Charles Lathrop Pack, from Thomas Hatch and allied families

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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
I. The Name of Hatch
II . The Hatches of Kent, England
III. Early Hatch Wills
IV. Thomas Hatch of Wye, County Kent,
England, and of Scituate, Massachusetts
V. Thomas Hatch (16-1661)
VI. Jonathan Hatch (ca. 1626-1710)
VII. Joseph Hatch (1654-1735)
VIII. Joseph Hatch (1689-1750)
IX. Lemuel Hatch (1735-1827?)
X. Ebenezer Hatch (1765-1831)
XI. Abijah Berry Hatch (1798-1861)
XII. Henry Reynolds Hatch (1830-1915)
XIII. Benjamin Hatch (1655-)
XIV. Samuel Hatch (1659-1723)
XV. The Pack Family
Allied Lines
XVI. Allen
XVII. Baldwin
XVIII. Berry
XIX. Daggett
XX. Davis
XXI. Eddy
XXII. Goodspeed
XXIV. Lothrop-Lathrop
XXV. Lyon
XXVI. Newcomb
XXVII. Newell
XXVIII. Robinson
XXIX. Rowley
Ancestors, Services And Lines of Descent


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