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History and Genealogy of the Family HALLOCK

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CD Contents
  2 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
A Hallock genealogy : an attempt to tabulate and set in order the numerous descendants of Peter Hallock who landed at Southold, Long Island, N.Y., about the year 1640 and settled at Aquebogue, near Mattituck ...Orient, N.Y.: Lucius H. Hallock, 1926, 754  pgs. - Contents:  Three, Pioneer investigators, The Procession of the Generations, The value of pedigree, Hegira of the dissenters, Brief sketch of the Hallock ancestry, Inherited longevity, Placing the generations, The "Holyoke-Hallock" Arms, Explanation of the diagrams. Family Extension, The diagram index, The Hallock Biography, Hallock connections, Hallock Revolutionary Record, Sources ; pages, A Reflection, Poem , Family Record 
                 
The Hallock-Holyoke pedigree and collateral branches in the United States : being a revision of the Hallock ancestry of 1866 Amherst, Mass.: Carpenter & Morehouse, c1906, Hallock, Charles, 98  pgs.
Chapter I. Hegira of the dissenters
Chatper II. Hallock--Holyoke
Chapter III. Inherited longevity
Chapter IV. Hallock revolutinary record
Chapter V. Mayhew genealogy
Chapter VI. The Alden--Allen pedigree
Chapter VII. Norton--Allen pedigree
Chapter VIII. Hallock--Corwin connection
Chapter IX. The Allen--Coffin pedigree
Chapter X. The homes pedigree
Chapter XI. Allen--Butler--Hawks pedigree
Chapter XII. The Hallock--Hayden lineage
Chapter XIII. The Starbuck pedigree 
                 
PLUS: The complete Surname file of Long Island Genealogy containing 3495 individuals, in 1280 family groups -  literally THOUSANDS of family group sheets plus the GEDCOM file that made it containing all notes and sources:

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