and History of the Family TERRY
pages of Data
4 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
of Horace Ebenezer and Emma (Babcock) Horton, New York: T.A. Wright,
Horton, Horace Ebenezer, 1920, 117 pgs.
intermarried with Horton family
intermarried with Hurd line
intermarried with Babcock line
intermarried with Brown line
A. Other descendants of Luther and Clarissa (Forsyth) Horton
B. Other descendants of Ebenezer and Sarah (Reeves) Hurd
C. Other descendants of David6 and Sarah (Perry) Babcock
D. Other descendants of Deliverance and Mary (Hyde) Brown
English founders of the Terry family London: H.K. Terry & Co.,
18--?, 51 pgs.
English founders of the Terry Family:
I. Pedigree Making...
III. The noise of London...
IV. Searching for a trace...
V. The WIll of John Terry...
VI. John Terry as a Goldsmith...
VII. The sons of John Terry...
VIII. Miscellaneous references to the Terrys..
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. NOTE: "Only fifty
copies of this book have were printed. Includes bibliographical references
of Terry families in the United States of America : mainly descended
from Samuel, of Springfield, Mass., but including also some descended from
Stephen, of Windsor, Conn., Thomas, of Freetown, Mass., and others Hartford,
Conn.: Published by the compiler, Terry, Stephen, 1887, 353
Terry of Springfield, Mass. 1650-1730
County, N. Y.
Terry, of Freetown, Mass.
A. An English family of Terrys
Will of John Terry
Natural heirship; or, all the world akin
to Christian names of Terrys
to Christian names of wives of Terrys
to surnames other than Terr
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