Genealogical Notes on the Founding of New England: My Ancestors Part in that Undertaking

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Genealogical Publishing Com, 1926 - Reference - 440 pages
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Ernest Flagg was a descendant of no less than 172 different New Englanders, most of whom settled in this country between 1635 and 1640. All 172 lines, which were concentrated primarily in eastern Massachusetts, the Connecticut Valley, Rhode Island and South Carolina, are set forth in this work.--From publisher description.
 

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Contents

THE SETTLERS AND THEIR ORIGIN
11
PHYSICAL CONDITION AND MODE OF LIFE
19
THE FOUNDING OF CONNECTICUT
34
FIRST INDIAN TROUBLES
42
RELIGION AND GOVERNMENT
51
THE LAW AND ITS ADMINISTRATION
63
EPISODES IN KING PHILIPS WAR
76
FARMINGTON KENSINGTON AND NEW BRITAIN
90
SUPERLATIVE GENEALOGY
107
PEDIGREE SHEETS
115
INDEX TO GENEALOGICAL SHEETS
129
AMERICAN GENEALOGIES
133
ENGLISH ANTECEDENTS
305
NOTES
359
APPENDIX
389
Copyright

THE SOUTH CAROLINA BRANCH
100

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