Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of a Commonwealth and the Founding of a Nation, Volume 2

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Lewis Publishing Company, 1908 - New Hampshire - 2067 pages

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Just want to mention the Stowell (Amasa and George) section doesn't agree with The Stowell Genealogy book. It breaks down at Generation 3 leading to possibly the wrong Ebenezer, an Ebenezer who the Genealogy book says never married: (Ebenezer (child x), Cornelius #26, Samuel #10, David, #4 Samuel #1) whereas to get to Amasa, the Stowell Genealogy says Ebenezer #81, Isaac #29, David #11, David #4 Samuel #1. If you have done research on this, you'll know what I mean.... Although the Stowell Genealogy Book has significant errors, I tend to agree with it in this case. 

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