Tag Archives: New Hampshire

Province of Massachusetts Bay

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The “Missing” John Follett

There are early historical reports about members of the Follett family, Nicholas, William, and John, who emigrated to New England. While there have been speculation and suggestions about their relationships to one another, nothing concrete has been found. William and … Continue reading

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#52Ancestors: Where There’s a Will There are Valuable Clues

The ninth of Amy Johnson Crow’s 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks prompts is Where There’s a Will. A will, like any other public record, can be flawed and filled with misinformation or unfortunate misdirects. However, a will can be the … Continue reading

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#52Ancestors: Heirlooms Lost to Fire

The eighth of Amy Johnson Crow’s 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks prompts is Heirloom. Sadly, not everyone has heirlooms passed down from one generation to the next. The reasons for that are many. In one case the primary culprit is … Continue reading

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Colonial Shipbuilding and the Coasting Trade

“I suppose you go great voyages,” said the Water Rat with growing interest. “Months and months out of sight of land, and provisions running short, and allowanced as to water, and your mind communing with the mighty ocean, and all … Continue reading

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