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Genealogy and History of the Family ADAMS

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10 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1. A genealogical history of Henry Adams, of Braintree, Mass., and his descendants : also John Adams, of Cambridge, Mass., 1632-1897: Adams, Andrew N. 1898, 1271 pgs.
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2. Genealogy and history of a part of the Newbury Adams family, formerly of Devonshire, England : being the descendants of Robert Adams1 and wife Eleanor who were the first American ancestors of the Newbury Adams family, who came to Ipswich, Mass., in 1635, and settled in Newbury, Mass., in 1640, together with other valuable information Calais, Me.: Printed at the Calais Advertiser Office, 1895, Adams, I. Smith, 61 pgs.
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3. Adams pedigree: Boston: Printed by D. Clapp & Son, 1899, Noyes, James Atkins, 7 pgs.
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4. The Rev. Amos Adams, A.M. (1728-1775), patriot minister of Roxbury, Massachusetts : and his American ancestry Boston: Lawrence, Robert Means, , 1912, 17 pgs.
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5. A sketch of the life of the Hon. Phinehas Adams : of Manchester, New Hampshire Boston: G.H. Ellis, Dodge, Arthur Pillsbury, 1880, 24 pgs.
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6. Genealogy of the Adams family of Kingston, Mass. Boston: Descendants of Francis Adams, 1861, Adams, George, 64 pgs.
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7. A history of the Adams family of North Staffordshire : & of their connection with the development of the potteries : with numerous pedigree charts & notes on allied families London: St. Catherine Press, 1914, Adams, Percy W. L., 602 pgs.
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8. History of our branch of the Adams family: De Vinne Press, 1886, Adams, John Hamilton, 33 pgs.
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9. The Elijah Adams family of Hubbardston, Mass. : and a retrospect of activities in seven cities and seven decades Springfield, Mass.: Adams, Nelson, 1910, 263 pgs.
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10. Origin and history of the name of Adams : with biographies of all the most noted persons of that name : and an account of the origin of surnames and forenames : together with over five hundred Christian names of men and women and their significance : the Crescent family record. Chicago, Ill.: American Publishers' Association, 1901, 143 p

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