Genealogy and History of the Family BREWSTER
7 Complete Searchable Publications
on one CD
The Brewster genealogy, 1566-1907 : a record of the
descendants of William Brewster of the "Mayflower," ruling elder of the Pilgrim
church which founded Plymouth Colony in 1620, New York: Grafton Press, 1908,
Jones, Emma C. Brewster, 1548 pgs.
Brewster ship masters: Yarmouthport, Mass., C.W. Swift, 1906,
Sears, J. Henry, 121 pgs.
Some colonial families : Avery, Brewster, Mills, Morgan, Smith, Starr,
Stewart, Tracy Avard, Okla.: unknown, 1926, Roberts, Eloise M. 81 pgs.
of Albert Porter Brewster: Lawrence, Kan.., 1938, 38 pgs.
A genealogy of the eight Brewster cousins of northern Ohio and their descendants : with space for
the continuation of the record of each family Ann Arbor, Mich.: Edwards Bros.,
1937, Brewster, Carl M. 67 pgs.
Our heritage : a record of information about the Hynes, Wait, Powers,
Chenault, Maxey, Brewster, Starr, and McIntosh families : gathered from published
genealogies, family histories, old Bibles, letters, written records and memoirs
of many persons, confirmed and supplemented by the examination of deeds,
wills, marriage, death, and other official records of many states and communities,
Hynes, Lee Powers, 93 pgs.
Ancestors of James Wilson Yates and his wife Nancy Davis Terry : showing Mayflower
descent from John Alden, Myles Standish, William Mullines, Alice Mullines,
Priscilla Mullines, from Rev. Nathaniel Brewster and through the Drakes,
from nearly all the royal families of Europe New York: F.H. Hitchcock, 1926,
Frost, Josephine C., 96 pgs.
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