A Cole Family in America (1633-2003)

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Xlibris Corporation, Jul 6, 2007 - Reference - 148 pages
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Family history of various qualities have been written about the dependents of Daniel, Job and John Cole who first appear in the records of Plymouth Plantation in 1633. This detailed genealogy corrects errors discovered in previous publications and carefully documents one branch of the family leading from Daniel Cole through the first 11 generations. The text also traces family members back to England, details how they journeyed to America, confirms marital connections with several Mayflower voyagers, and follows the family as it expands and settled throughout the country. It is rich in painstakingly researched facts and includes a genealogical tree tracing the line, a full index of names, illustrations, maps and extensive bibliography.

The work, researched over a 10 year period, makes use of more than 80 references listed in the bibliography. In addition to the Cole family, particulars on the Chandler, Collier, Cullen, Doane, Fuller, Hopkins, Hyde, Kimmich, Lyons, McCrimmon, Murray, Rogers, Smalley, Snow and Taylor families are found in its pages, along with facts on many other families that settled in the northeastern United States. This scholarly work will be of benefit to every genealogical researcher, serving as a valuable reference and research tool.


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David Charles Cole holds a BA from Hobart College and an MA in Journalism from University of Oklahoma. A writer by trade, he studied at Boston University School of Public Relations and Communications; UCLA Business School, The Royal College, Cranwell, England; and the School of International Policy, Haus Rissen, in Hamburg, Germany. He is currently a youth mentor for children in the care at Father Flanagan’s Girls and Boys Town, and Bible study leader for groups of all ages.

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