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Genealogy and History of the Family MATHER

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CD Content
   8 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Lineage of Rev. Richard Mather Hartford, Conn.: Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co.,Mather, Horace Eli,  c1890, 567  pgs.
Book Contents
The Mather clergy in the line of Rev. Richard Mather 
Rev. Richard Mather's clerical descendants in female lines 
Mather clergymen of England and Scotland, of various branches 
Descendants of Rev. Richard Mather in female lines 
Coats of arms and crests of the Mather Family 
Ancient Bibles 
First, second, and third generations of Mather Family 
Fourth generation 
Fifth generation 
Sixth generation 
Seventh generation 
Eighth generation 
Ninth generation 
Tenth generation 
Eleventh generation 
Twelfth generation 
Thirteenth generation 
Extracts and foreign letters 
Index of Mather names 
Index: Mather Family in female lines 
2.  Genealogy of the Mather family : from about 1500 to 1847, with sundry biographical notices. Hartford Conn.: Press of E. Geer, Mather, John, 1848, 73  pgs.
3.  Lines of descent from honored New England ancestors New York: Printed at the De Vinne Press, 1897, Wilhelmus Mynderse 62  pgs. 
Book Contents
The Bradford family. 1588--1897 
The Brewster family. 1559--1897 
The Alden family. 1599--1897 
The Gould family. 1687--1897 
The Smith family. 1636--1897 
The Mather family. 1596--1897 
The Griswold family. 1607--1897 
The Ripley family. 1638--1897 
The Seabury family. 1673--1897 
4.  The Mather family Boston: Massachusetts Sabbath School Society, Pond, Enoch, c1844, 180  pgs. 
Book Contents
Chapter I. Richard Mather 
Chapter II. Samuel Mather,--Nathaniel Mather.--Eleazer Mather 
Chapter III. Increase Mather 
Chapter IV. Increase Mather.--Continued 
Chapter V. Increase Mather, continued.--His character vindicated 
Chapter VI. Cotton Mather
Chapter VII. Cotton Mather, continued.--His alleged connection with the excitement respecting witchcraft 
Chapter VIII. Cotton Mather.--His character vindicated 
Chapter IX. Other members of the Mather Family 
5.  A memoir of the Rev. Cotton Mather, D.D. : with a genealogy of the family of Mather Boston: Antiquarian Book Store, Drake, Samuel Gardner 1851, 109  pgs.
6.  Abstracts of the wills of the Mather family : proved in the Consistory Court of Chester, from 1573 to 1650 Boston, Mass.: Some deeds of the Mather Family of West Leigh, Lancashire, 1609 to 1632   Priv. print., Rylands, J. Paul 1893, 39  pgs.
7.  Pedigree of the family of Mather Boston: C.C.P. Moody, printer, 1851
8.  The Sharp family of New Jersey : with Mather and Mattison connections Kansas City, Mo.: Published for the author by Brown-White-Lowell Press, Powers, Benjamin Mather 1948, 48  pgs. 
Book Contents
The Sharp Family. First generation
Third generation
Fourth generation
Fifth generation
The Mather connection
Sixth generation
Sons or daughters of the Revolution
Line of Mary Mather
Line of Silas Mather
The Mattison Family. First generation
Ketcham connection
The Mattison Family. Second generation
The Mattison Family. Third generation 
The Mattison Family. Fourth generation
The Mattison Family. Fifth generation
The Mattison Family. Sixth generation 
The Mattison Family. Seventh generation
The Mattison Family. Eighth generation 
Index. Female lines

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