Genealogy and History of the Family TERRY
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Ancestry of Horace
Ebenezer and Emma
New York: T.A.
List of families
Familes intermarried with Horton family
Families intermarried with Hurd line
Families intermarried with Babcock line
Families intermarried with Brown line
Appendix A. Other descendants of Luther and Clarissa
Appendix B. Other descendants of Ebenezer and Sarah
Appendix C. Other descendants of David6 and Sarah
Appendix D. Other descendants of Deliverance and Mary
founders of the
Terry family London:
H.K. Terry &
Co., 18--?, 51
The English founders of the Terry Family:
Chapter I. Pedigree Making...
Chapter II. Totteridge...
Chapter III. The noise of London...
Chapter IV. Searching for a trace...
Chapter V. The WIll of John Terry...
Chapter VI. John Terry as a Goldsmith...
Chapter VII. The sons of John Terry...
Chapter VIII. Miscellaneous references to the Terrys..
Ancestors of James
Wilson Yates and
his wife Nancy
Davis Terry :
descent from John
Mullines, from Rev.
and through the
Drakes, from nearly
all the royal
families of Europe
New York: F.H.
fifty copies of this
book have were
Notes of Terry
families in the
United States of
from Samuel, of
but including also
some descended from
Stephen, of Windsor,
Conn., Thomas, of
Freetown, Mass., and
Conn.: Published by
1887, 353 pgs.
Samuel Terry of Springfield, Mass. 1650-1730
Putnam County, N. Y.
Thomas Terry, of Freetown, Mass.
Appendix A. An English family of Terrys
B. Will of John Terry
D. Natural heirship; or, all the world akin
Corrections and additions
Index to Christian names of Terrys
Index to Christian names of wives of Terrys
Index to surnames other than Terr
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