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The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island

by John Osborne Austin
Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Com
Release Date: 1969
Genre: Reference
Pages: 496 pages
ISBN 13: 080630006X
ISBN 10: 9780806300061
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Synopsis : The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island written by John Osborne Austin, published by Genealogical Publishing Com which was released on 1969. Download The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Westerly. He came in this or previous year but was warned off by the Rhode Island authorities as an intruder, and refused therefore to fulfill his contract with Mr. Richardson, till the latter should make good the title to land. -- This legendary work consists of alphabetically arranged genealogical tables of approximately 500 Rhode Island families, representing thousands of descendants of pre--1690 settlers, all carried to the third generation, and some--about 100 families-- carried to the fourth.

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