Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth: Part I. Historical Sketch and Titles of Estates. Part II. Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families, Volumes 1-2 (Google eBook)

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A. Williams, 1883 - Massachusetts - 662 pages
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Page 28 - Having undertaken, for the glory of God and advancement of the Christian faith and honor of our king and country, a voyage to plant the first colony in the northern parts of Virginia...
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Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth Project
Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth Project (ALP) has been a volunteer effort of transcribing Part II, Genealogical Register, of: ...
plymouthcolony.net/ plymouth/ plyalp.html

Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth Project
Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth Project Commenced 1 Nov 1998. Site created and maintained by Susan G. Taylor:. Last Updated: 07-Apr-2008.
www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ ~macplymo/ plyalp.html

Wharves of Plymouth
JACKSON’S WHARF Jackson’s Wharf was the first wharf north of the foot of North Street. William T. Davis says in his Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth ...
www.pilgrimhall.org/ PSNote3.htm

John Atwood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It appears that Atwood was in Plymouth at least by 1637 as there is a reference to him in Davis' Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth: ...
en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/ John_Atwood

Family Group of Henry Howland
Davis, William T.; Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth; Addendum pg. 366. "Samuel, 1st in text, m. 1678, Mary Merihew." 24. Roger Howland; Howland Genealogist; ...
www.bluezstreet.com/ FG_Howland/ FG_HenryHowland1604.htm

Full text of "Babcock genealogy"
Wheeler's History of Stonington, Smith's Civil and Military Lists of Rhode Island, Town Meeting Records of Portsmouth, ri, Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth, ...
www.archive.org/ stream/ babcockgenealogy00babc/ babcockgenealogy00babc_djvu.txt

Ancestors of Eveline Mary Fitzgerald
William T. Davis, Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth, Genealogical Register, (1st Edition; Boston; A. Williams & Co, 1883; Published on-line:Ancient Landmarks of ...
www.ilonaco.com/ b6.htm

— Complete / Ames, Azel, 1845-1908
Davis, in his "Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth," makes a singular error for so competent a writer, when he says: "The agents of the company in England had ...
infomotions.com/ etexts/ gutenberg/ dirs/ 4/ 1/ 0/ 4107/ 4107.htm

Sources
Sources. 1. Childs, Lisa C., &/or Don Hendrix. 2. Childs, Holly (Hartrick), personal knowledge. 3. "Orval A. Childs, Sr., 1910-1998." ...
childsfamily.com/ reunion/ WC_SRC.HTM

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