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Genealogy and History of the Family VAIL

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A Complete Searchable Publication on CD
Moses Vail of Huntington, L.I. : showing his descent from Joseph (2) Vail, son of Thomas Vail at Salem Massachusetts 1640, together with collateral lines, Author  Vail, William Penn, 1947, 526  pgs.
Contents
Chapter one: Introductory 
Chapter two: I. Whence came the Vails? 
Chapter three: Early settlement of Long Island 
Chapter four: First generation--Jeremiah and Thomas 
Chapter five: Joseph (2) Vail 
Chapter six: Moses (3) Vail 
Chapter seven: I. Line of Joseph (4) Vail 
Chapter seven: II. Line of Isaac (5) Vail 
Chapter seven: III. Line of Jesse (5) Vail 
Chapter seven: IV. Line of Mary (5) Vail 
Chapter seven: V. Line of Joseph (5) Vail 
Chapter seven: VI    
Chapter seven: VII. Line of Daniel (5) Vail 
Chapter seven: VIII 
Chapter seven: XI 
Chapter eight: I. Line of Israel (4) Vail 
Chapter eight: II. Line of Mary (5) Vail 
Chapter eight: III. Line of Isaac (5) Vail 
Chapter eight: IV. Line of Susannah (5) Vail 
Chapter eight: V. Line of Sarah (5) Vail 
Chapter eight: VI. Line of Esther (5) Vail 
Chapter eight: VII. Line of Lavina (5) Vail 
Chapter eight: VIII.Line of Phebe (5) Vail 
Chapter eight: IX. Line of Platt (5) Vail 
Chapter eight: X. Line of Joseph (5) Vail 
Chapter eight: XI. Line of Israel (5) Vail 
Chapter nine: I. Line of Moses (4) Vail 
Chapter ten: I. Line of John (4) Vail 
Chapter eleven: I. Mary (4) Vail 
Chapter twelve: I. Line of Micah (4) Vail 
Chapter twelve: II. Line of Moses (5) Vail 

Chapter twelve: III. Line of Edward (5) Vail 
Chapter twelve: IV. Line of John (5) Vail 
Chapter twelve: V. Line of Deborah (5) Vail 
Chapter twelve: VI. Line of Hannah (5) Vail 
Chapter twelve: VII. Line of Eunice (5) Vail 
Chapter twelve: VIII. Line of Louisa (5) Vail 
Chapter twelve: IX. Line of Lucretia (5) Vail 
Chapter twelve: X. Line of Phebe (5) Vail 
Chapter thirteen: I. Line of Platt (4) Vail 
Chapter thirteen: II. Line of Samuel (5) Vail 
Chapter thirteen: III. Line of Platt (5) Vail 
Chapter thirteen: IV & V. Line of Sarah (5) Vail & Susannah (5) Vail 
Chapter thirteen: VI, VII, VIII, IX. Lines of Mary (5), Philetus (5), Ebenezer (5) & Letta (5) Vail 
Chapter thirteen: X, XI, XII. Lines of Moses (5), Elizabeth (5) & Phebe (5) Vail 
Chapter fourteen: I. Line of Isaac (4) Vail 
Chapter fourteen: II. Line of Israel I. (5) Vail 
Chapter fourteen: III. Line of Phebe (5) Vail 
Chapter fourteen: IV. Lines of Thomas (5) Vail & of Rebeccah (5) Vail 
Chapter fourteen: V. Line of Moses (5) Vail 
Chapter fourteen: VI. Line of Eljas (5) Vail 
Chapter fourteen: VII. Line of Mary (5) Vail 
Chapter fourteen: VIII. Line of Hepsabeth (5) Vail 
Supplementary chapter 
Index of Vails 
Index of surnames other than Vail 
Index of supplementary chapter: Index of Vails 
Index of supplementary chapter: Index of surnames other than Vail: of places and of historic events 
Addenda: Index of Vails 
Addenda: Index of surnames other than Vail



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