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ACROSS MY DESK: Essential Pope books MA, ME & NH on CD

DearREADERS,

From the Archive CD Books USA Newsletter, 27 July 2006, Issue 2006, Number 8 we read:

Charles Henry Pope, THE PIONEERS OF MASSACHUSETTS, (1900) 2006
"Pope has entries for more than five thousand persons found in the records of Plymouth Colony and Massachusetts Bay Colony between 1620 and 1650. The author follows each resident of these colonies until death, utilizing many sources not employed by Savage and others who had covered the same period.

Pope squeezes into his entries information from ship passenger lists, lists of freemen, church records, town records, deeds and wills. Of especial importance, the author included data from the Massachusetts Archives papers, from the Middlesex County Court Files and from the notarial records of Thomas Lechford and William Aspinwall, sources not mined by previous compilers of similar compendia.

This source provides a comprehensive survey of the early decades of two New England colonies, and must be consulted by all researchers working in this time and place."


Other old book titles now transferred to fully-searchable CDs released this month at Archives CD Books include:

  • Charles Henry Pope, THE PIONEERS OF MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, (1908) 2006
  • Rev. Martin Lovering, HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF HOLLAND, MASSACHUSETTS, (1915) 2006
  • Walter Eliot Thwing, HISTORY OF THE FIRST CHURCH IN ROXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS,
  • SCHEDULE OF THE TITLE DEEDS OF THE SNEATON ESTATE (NORTH RIDING)
  • BASSETT'S BOOK OF ANTRIM 1888
  • THE SLIGO CHRONICLE: ALMANAC AND DIRECTORY FOR 1878
  • FARRAR'S INDEX TO IRISH MARRIAGES 1771-1812
  • GUY'S DIRECTORY OF MUNSTER 1893

Look for these and other titles at: http://www.archivecdbooksusa.com
There is free shipping on orders over $50.

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt :)
Myrt@DearMYRTLE.com
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