Family Memorial: Part 1. Genealogy of Fourteen Families of the Early Settlers of New-England, of the Names of Alden, Adams, Arnold, Bass, Billings, Capen, Copeland, French, Hobart, Jackson, Paine, Thayer, Wales and White ... All These Families are More Or Less Connected by Marriage, and Most of Them of Late Generations, the Descendants of John Alden. Part II. Genealogy of Ephraim and Sarah Thayer, with Their Fourteen Children ...

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