The Wights: A Record of Thomas Wight of Dedham and Medfield and of His Descendants, 1635-1890 (Google eBook)

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Swain & Tate, 1890 - 357 pages
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Great book on one of the important early families from the Dedham, Medfield area of Massachusetts. Should be paired with volume III by Lois Wight to make a more complete history of the Wights. I have digitized the two volumes into GEDCOM format. This can be found at... http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=redfish
I have added to the information and will continue to do so as it comes in.
Red MacDougall
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