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Genealogy and History of the Family TREADWELL

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3 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Descendants of Edward Tre(a)dwell through his son John, Authors: William A. Robbins, Elizabeth Ellen Schnebly Treadwell,  City of Publication: New York Publisher: T.A. Wright Press Date: 1911 Page Count:  119 pages.   "Edition of one hundred copies." Compiled mainly from data collected by Elizabeth Ellen Schnebly Treadwell. Cf. leaf [3]. "Reprinted from the New York genealogical and biographical record, April, 191." Includes bibliographical references and index.
2.  Down seven generations : a rescript of Treadwell and Platt genealogy, Author: A. C. Maltbie,  City of Publication:   Syracuse, N.Y. Publisher:   School Bulletin Print. Office Date: 1883 Page Count:  35 leaves
The Treadwell Family 
Thomas Treadwell
The Bay 
The Treadwell Harpsichord 
Interesting legislative statistics 
Genealogy of Anne Hazard's family 
The Clinton home 
Interesting letters
The Platt Family 
Copy of letter of Judge Charles Platt to Dr. Samuel Jenner
Judge Charles Platt was born on Long Island
Platt and Dielle Families
The Platt homestead
3.  Thomas Treadwell of Ipswich, Mass., and some of his descendants, Author: William A. Robbins, City of Publication:   Boston Publisher:   Press of  D. Clapp & Son Date:1906 Page Count:   26 leaves. Notes: "Reprinted from the N.E. hist. and gen. register, vol. 60"
                      

            

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