The descendants of Eleazer Flagg: and his wife Huldah Chandler of Grafton, Mass., including genealogies of the Flagg, Waters, Goddard and Hayden families. With notices of the Alden, Aldrich, Bennett, Benson, Bigelow, Bolster, Bond, Bradford, Bradway, Brooks, Burt, Carpenter, Chamberlain, Chandler, Colton, Cooke, Dole, Eastman, Emerson, Estabrook, Fabens, Fiske, Flanders, Flint, Forbush, Foskett, Goodell, Gould, Hale, Harrington, Hawks, Hayward, Hibbard, Hinds, Holbrook, Hunt, Knowlton, Krauss, Lange, McIntire, Macomber, Martin, Merriam, Morron, Newton, Phelps, Presbrey, Robinson, Rockwood, Seymour, Taft, Tufts, Warren, Woodward, and many more families (Google eBook)

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Press of David Clapp & Son, 1903 - 228 pages
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Flagg early ancestry and chandler ancestry suumaries are found in the Appendix on pages 176-180.

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