History of Cambridge Massachusetts: Supplement and Index
This supplement to Paige's "History of Cambridge, Mass." contains citations to the people and places in both the historical and genealogical portions, as well as extensive topical citations. The supplement contains additional genealogical data gleaned from the Vital Records of Cambridge and from various church records, town histories, genealogies, and Bibles which greatly extended the genealogies. G0012HB - $63.50
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Page 333 - Isaac, Jacob Warner, 678; William Westwood, d. at, 684; John, Nathaniel White, 684; Dr. Thomas Williams, Rev. William Williams, 692 Hagar, Elisha, m.
Page 12 - Eng. to Russia 1588. Phineas Fletcher and Giles Fletcher, Jr., poets, were her brothers ; John Fletcher, the dramatist, her own cousin.
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