The New England Historical and Genealogical Register,: Volume 31 1877

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Adams Rev Hugh parentage of
Adams pedigree query 333
Alger Andrew note 112
Barnstable family names
Basse Nathaniel note 397
Thomas Balch
William E Doggett 235

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