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INDEX OF BIOS FROM THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CONNECTICUT

INDEX OF BIOS FROM THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CONNECTICUT GENEALOGICAL MEMORIAL, REPRESENTATIVE CITIZENS 1917

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New England Families Genealogical and Memorial: by William Richard Cutter, 1915

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GENEALOGICAL NOTES, OR Contributions to the family History OF SOME OF THE FIRST SETTLERS OF CONNECTICUT AND MASSACHUSETTS. BY THE LATE NATHANIEL GOODWIN. HARTFORD: F. A. BROWN. 1856.

Bacon Family of CT, click here

Searles Family of CT, click here

Fox Family of CT, click here

Durfee Family of CT, click here

Cady Family of CT, click here

Weeks Family of CT, click here

Jesse Root, click here

Daniel Waldo, click here

Eliphalet Dyer, click here

Jonathan Trumbull, click here

Samuel Huntington, click here

General Israel Putnam, click here

Rev. Flavel S. Luther and the families of Ely, Colton, Brewster & Edwards, click here

Hon. Ephraim Henry Hyde, click here

Loren Pinckney Waldo Marvin & the Waldo Family, click here

Edwin H. Bingham, click here

Wilton Wales Sherman & the Whittemore Family, click here

William Samuel Morris,and the families of Belden, Churchill & Savage, click here

Calvin Jones Burnell, click here

William Hutchinson Putnam, click here

Ward Windsor Jacobs, click here

Edgar Smith Yergason, click here

Ira Dimock, click here

Daniel Robinson Howe, click here

Ulysses Grant Church, click here

Frank Chester Sumner, click here

Edward Verrance Preston with the Preston, Eldredge, Hinkley, Wright, Huntington & Dimock Families, click here

Thomas Grovenor, click here

Archibald Welch, click here

The Gurley Family, click here

The Storrs Family, click here



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