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Genealogy and History of the Sprague Family

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8 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Sprague families in America: Sprague, 1913, Sprague, Warren Vincent, 614  pgs.
               
2.  History of the Sprague families of Rhode Island : cotton manufacturers and calico printers, from William I to William IV : with an account of the murder of the late Amasa Sprague, father of Hon. Wm. Sprague, ex-U.S. senator from Rhode Island, Santa Cruz: H. Coffin, book and job printer, 1881, Knight, Benjamin, 77  pgs.
               
3.  Genealogy of the Sprague families in America : as descended from Edward Sprague of England, from 1614 : with the wills of Edward Sprague and that of his son, William, who settled in Hingham, Mass., in 1636 Worcester, Mass, 1905, Sprague, Augustus B. R., 50  pgs.
               
4.  The genealogy of the Sprague's in Hingham : arranged in chronological order, to the fourth generation, counting from William Sprague, one of the first planters in Massachusetts, who arrived at Naumkeag from England, in the year 1628 : to which is prefixed a short account of the first settlement of this country before the arrival of the old charter in 1630. Hingham Mass.: H. Sprague, 1828, Sprague, Hosea, 68  pgs.
               
5.  The Spragues of Malden, Massachusetts:  Boston, Chamberlain, George Walter, 1923, 370  pgs.
               
6.  The Ralph Sprague genealogy: Barre. Vt. E.G. Sprague, 1913, Sprague, Edward George, 345  pgs.
               
7.  Supplemental to Sprague families in America: Grafton, N.D., F.H. Sprague, 1915, 50  pgs.
               
8.  Hon. Seth Sprague of Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts : his descendants down to the sixth generation and his reminiscences of the old colony town, 1915, Weston, William Bradford, 182  pgs.

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