Genealogical Notes on the Founding of New England: My Ancestors Part in that Undertaking
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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INDEX TO GENEALOGICAL SHEETS
THE SOUTH CAROLINA BRANCH
Abigail acres aged Alice Andrews Anne April bapt born Boston brother buried Capt Charlestown Church Colony Conn Connecticut Court dated daughter death Detton died Dorchester Ebenezer Edward Elizabeth emigrant England Essex Everard executor Farmington father Flagg Fleg Flegg Garbrand Genealogy Governor Hannah Hartford Haven Haven Colony Henry Henry Collins Henry III Hist History Hooker Indians inventory James John1 John3 Jonathan Joseph Judd July June June 26 King Philip's War land London Manor March Margaret marriage married Martha Mary Mass Massachusetts Matthew mentioned Milford N. E. Reg Nathaniel Neen Savage Norfolk Northampton Norwich parish Philip Phinehas probably Probate Rebecca Records Richard Robert Roger Samuel Sarah Savage says second wife Sept settlers Shipdham Stiles Thomas Flegg Thomas Hooker Towcester town Vanderhorst Wadsworth Wethersfield widow wife of John William Windsor