3 edition of brief history and genealogical sketch of the first Daniel Griswold, of Springfield, Vermont. found in the catalog.
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Get this from a library. A brief history and genealogical sketch of the first Daniel Griswold, of Springfield, Vermont. [Fred G Field] -- Edward Griswold (b) immigrated about from England to Windsor, Connecticut, and married Anna Wolcott. Daniel Griswold (), a direct descendant and the son of John Griswold and Mary.
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Gf ill 3 A BRIEF HISTORY AND GENEALOGICAL SKETCH OF THE FIRST Daniel Griswold, OF SPRINGFIELD, VERMONT. A brief history and genealogical sketch of the first Daniel Griswold of Springfield Vermont A family history comprising the surnames of Gade--Gadie--Gaudie--Gawdie--Gawdy--Gowdy A genealogical memoir of the Gilbert family, in both old and new England A genealogy of the descendants of Hugh Gunnison of Boston Descendants of John Gamage of Ipswich.
History of the Town of Springfield, Vermont History of the Town of Springfield, Vermont: With a Genealogical Record Royal Navy, be carefully preserved for that use, and none to be cut or felled without our Special License for so doing first had and Obtained, 5/5(1).
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Hereinafter cited as Daniel Griswold. [S] Julia Bordona, "DAR Application of Julia Ann Shelton Lucas Bordona",unknown repository, unknown repository. A genealogical and biographical record of the Savery families (Savory and Savary) and of the Severy family (Severit, Savery, Savory, and Savary): descended from early immigrants to New England and Philadelphia, with introductory articles on the origin and history of the names, and of English families of the name Savery in its various forms ; a detailed sketch of the life and labors of William.
A Brief History and Genealogical Sketch of the First Daniel Griswold of Springfield, Vermont A Brief History of a Branch of the Guthrie Family A Brief History of Bishop Henry Funck and Other Funk Pioneers and a Complete Genealogical Family Register.
Family Genealogy Books of All Family Names Starting with the Letter G A Brief History and Genealogical Sketch of the First Daniel Griswold, of Springfield, Vermont - by Field, Fred G. Springfield, VT, Price: $ Griswold. Fred G. Field has written: 'A brief history and genealogical sketch of the first Daniel Griswold, of Springfield, Vermont' Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has the author William H.
A brief history and genealogical sketch of the first Daniel Griswold of Springfield Vermont A family history comprising the surnames of Gade--Gadie--Gaudie--Gawdie--Gawdy--Gowdy A genealogical memoir of the Gilbert family, in both old and new England.
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Town of Springfield. The town of Springfield was established when, on Augby Benning Wentworth, Governor of New Hampshire, granted the charter for Springfield. The first meeitng of Springfield proprietors was held in the home of Gideon Lyman.
Griswold, Lester, Orwell, was the second son of Griswold the pioneer, and was born on Ap He was married to Lucinda Parks, a daughter of Asa Parks, also an early pioneer, and to them were born six children-William C., Lucretia L., Asa Parks, Olivia L., Emmitt Darwin, and Georgianna Augusta.
History of the town of Springfield, Vermont: with a genealogical record [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, A brief history and a complete record of the American descendants of John and Mary Smith: who lived and died in County Derry, A brief history and genealogical sketch of the first Daniel Griswold, of Springfield, Vermont: A brief history of a branch of the Guthrie family: beginning with the residence in Edinburg, Scotland, inof John Guthri.
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