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Genealogy and History of the Family WEEKES/WICKES 

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3 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Thomas Weekes, emigrant to America 1635 : and the lineage to his descendant, Thomas Wickes of Huntington, Long Island, by Stephen Wickes : proof-sheets of the index, with corrections, E. W. Blatchford, 1905, 22  pgs.    
2.  Geo. Weekes : genealogy of the family of George Weekes, of Dorchester, Mass., 1635-1650 : with some information in regard to other families of the same name, especially, Thomas, of Huntington, L.I., and Nathaniel, of Falmouth and Hardwick, Mass. Newark, N.J.: Robert D. Weekes,  Press of L.J. Hardham, 1885, 451  pgs.
Book Contents
I. Weekes--Weeks. Derivation and history 
II. George Weekes, of Dorchester
III. William Weekes, of Dorchester
IV. Ammiel Weekes, of Dorchester
V. Ammiel Weekes, Jr., of Dorchester
VI. Ebenezer Weeks, of Boston
VII. Joseph Weeks, of Dorchester
VIII. Supply Weeks, of Marlborough
IX. Joseph Weekes, of Dorchester
X. Probable branches of the Family of George Weekes
XI. Miscellaneous notes 
XII. Other early settlers
XIII. Families of unknown origin
XIV. Later immigrants
Appendix A. Ancient documents
Appendix B. Poetry 
Indexes. I. Index of Descendants of George Weekes, bearing the name
Index 2. Index of those known or thought to be descended from Thomas and Francis, of Long Island
Index 3. Index of Weeks names not included in the families of George, Thomas, and Francis
Index 4. Index of other surnames than Weeks
Index 5. Index of residences, --Past and present,--Of persons Weeks by birth
3.  Thomas Weekes, emigrant to America 1635 : and the lineage of his descendant, Thomas Wickes of Huntington, Long Island Orange, N.J. Stephen Wickes, 1904, 143  pgs. 
Table of Contents
The Patronymic
Settlers in Rhode Island
Settlers in Massachusetts
Settlers in Maryland
Observations on kinship
Settlers on Long Island 
Thomas Weekes, Patentee on Huntington, Long Island
Ancient documents
List of marriages and baptisms
Moumental inspections 
Inscriptions in Bibles
Major Thomas Wickes
Eliphalet Wickes
General Van Wyck Wyckes
Rev. Thomas S. Wickes
Thomas Wickes, D.D.
Dr. Stephen Wickes
Rev. Henry Wickes 
William W. Wickes
Rev. John Wickes 
The complete Surname file of Long Island Genealogy containing 6515 individuals, in 2434 family groups.. -  literally THOUSANDS of family group sheets plus the GEDCOM file that made it containing all notes and sources.

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