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Genealogy and History of the Family THOMPSON

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12 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Thompson genealogy : the descendants of William and Margaret Thomson, first settled in that part of Windsor, Connecticut, now East Windsor and Ellington, 1720-1915 : including many of the names of Chandler, Trumbull, Marsh, Pelton, Allen, Harper, Osborn, Hooker, Ellsworth, Stiles, Phelps, Bartlett, etc. United States: Thompson Family Association, 1915,  Elliott, Mary Ann Thompson, 545  pgs.
2.  Our Thompson family in Maine, New Hampshire and the West Concord, N.H.: Rumford Printing Co., 1907, Sinnett, Charles N., 311  pgs.  
3.  Descendants of James and Martha Thompson of Pelham, Mass. : seven generations and two centuries of Thompsons, many of whom settled in New York, Iowa, Utah, Wisconsin and Illinois Eastchester, N.Y.: Amy, Henry Joseph, 55  pgs. 
4.  Andrew Thompson : the emigrant of Elsinborough, Salem County, New Jersey, and one line of his descendants Albany, N.Y.: Weed-Parsons Print. Co., 1910, Thompson, D. A., 47  pgs. 
5.  Family of David Thompson, a Revolutionary War soldier:  Washington, D.C.,  Printing by Georgetown Press, 1938, Thompson, Joseph Wesley, 156  pgs.   
6.  Life histories of George Thompson and Eliza Jane (Jennie) Sells and their descendants Provo, Utah: Dept. of Extension Publications, Brigham Young University, 175  pgs. 
7.  Thompson family record: Burrell, A. H., 1917, 24  pgs. 
8.  Autobiography of Deacon John Thompson, of Mercer, Maine : with genealogical notes of his descendants Farmington, Me.: Printed by the Franklin Journal Co., 1920, Thompson, John, 155  pgs.
9.  Descendants of David and Amyes (Colle) Thomson and their son John : ten generations of Thomsons descended from David, who died on Thompson's Island in Massachusetts Bay, and his son John, of Mendon, Massachusetts Eastchester, N.Y.: Amy, Henry Joseph, 215  pgs. 
10.  Some account of the family of William Thomson (Thompson) of Hunterdon County, New Jersey, and his descendants Chicago, Ill.: Stevenson, George Urie, 1939, 24  pgs.        
11.  The Thompson family : Scotch covenanters who came from Scotland to Ireland, and thence, in 1735, to America, settling first in the Cumberland Valley and east of Harrisburg, and subsequently at and about Thompsontown, Juniata County, Pennsylvania. Pottsville, Pa.: Thompson, Heber Samuel, 1887, 21  pgs. 
12.  History of the Thompson family, from 1637 to 1860: Boston, Goodspeed's Bookshop, 1927, Thompson, Asa A., 11  pgs.

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