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Colonial families of Long Island, New York and Connecticut
being the ancestry and kindred of Herbert Furman Seversmith, 1904  Volumes 1 - 5 -2581  pgs.

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A Complete Searchable Publication on CD
Sections include:
Volume One: Seversmith--Smith, Ackerly--Akerly, Adams, Descended of Jeremy Adams of Hartford, Connecticut, Adams. Descended of William Adams of Ipswich, Massachusetts first and second lines, Allerton, Armitage. First and second lines, Baldwin. Descended of George Baldwin or Hempstead, New York. First line, Baldwin. Decended of George Baldwin of Hempstead, New York. Second line, Baldwin. Descended of Richard Baldwin of Dundridge, Buckinghamshire. First and second lines, Barker, Barnes, Batchelder, Bayley. First, second, third, fourth and fifth lines, Bergen, Blatchley-Blachly. First line, Blatchley-Blachly. Second line, Bogaert, Brass, Brewster, Brill. First and second lines, Brush, Bryan. First line, Bryan. Second line, Burnham, Burrowes

Volume Two: Bushnell, Carpenter. First and second lines, Champion. First and second lines, Cogan, Colfs-Colver. First and second lines, Colyer, Cooper. First and second lines, Corey, Cornish. First and second lines, Cromwell. First and second lines, Cuvellier-Cuvilje. First and second lines, Davis. First and second lines, Dayton, Denyse, De Witt, Dodd. First and second lines, Ellison. First and second lines, Fleet, Fordham. First line, Fordham. Second line, Supplemental information volumes 1 & 2

Volume Three: Contents. Volumes one, two and three, Supplemental information. Volumes 1 & 2, Furman, Gaines, Gildersleeve. First and second lines, Goldhatch, Greenhill, Grombridge, Haff, Hall, Halsey, Halstead, Harcourt. First, third, fifth, seventh and ninth lines, Harcourt. Second, fourth, sixth, eighth and tenth lines, Hasenbroeck. First and second lines, Haviland, Hicks, Hills, Hopkins, Horsford, Howell First line, Supplemental information Volumes 1, 2 & 3

Volume Four: Hulse, Jarvis, Judd, Kellum, Kent, Ketcham, Ketcham, Ketcham, Koeck - Kouk, Krankhuyt - Cronkhite, Langdon. First and second lines, Leeke - Leek, Lewis. Descended of John Lewis of Westerly, Rhode Island. First and second lines, Lewis. Descended of William Lewis of Hartford and Farmington, Conn., Long, Losee. First line, Losee. Second line, Ludlam. First and second lines, Supplemental information

Volume Five: Index of ancestors, The Patrilineal ancestry of Roger Ludlow, Ludlow, Other families ancestral to George Ludlow (E). Grandfather of Roger Ludlow, Rymer, Warmwell, Ryngewode, Bayford, De Breamore, L' Engleys, Feteplace, Bulstrode and Chopynden, Norreys, More - Moore, The Patrilineal ancestry of Edith (Wyndsor) Ludlow (E). Paternal grandmother of Roger Ludlow, Windsor (Wyndesore), Other families ancestral to Andrews Wyndsor, Baron Windsor. Great grandfather of Roger Ludlow, Stapleton, Wath, Basset, Lascelles, Ottringham, Moleyns, De La Sale, Streche, Reed, Crispyn, Arundel, Rennes, Say of Somerset, Le Waleys, Champflour, Wymondham, Staundon, Drewe, Faulkner, Greene, Sancto Ivone (Saint Ive), Andrews of Andrew, Weyland, Burnaville, Stratton, Luttrell, Paynel, Surdeval, Fossard, Fitz William, Ralegh, Courtenay, Courcy, Avranches, Meules, Dol, Reviers, Peverel, Beaumont De Meulan, Meulan, Vexin, Friuli, Crepi De Vermandois, Vermandois, Lorraine, Valois, Nanteuil-Le-Hardouin, Bar-Sur-Aube & Vitry, Montfort, Evreux, Dunstanville.

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