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A family study - descendants of Jesse and Polly (Chase) Corless and David and Ann (Clark) Brooks : with connected families, Bailey, Charlton, Chase, Dexter, Harris, Hildreth, Luethe, Newell, Shain, Welch, Whaley, Woolley

Corless, Brooks and related families.
by Lee and Mae Corless
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
[Groses Pointe Woods, Michigan] : L. & M. Corless, c1980-c1984
2 v. : geneal. tables, ports.

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Spine title of v. 1: Corless, Brooks and related families.

Spine title of v. 2: Corless - Brooks.

Includes indexes.

Jesse Corless (d.1816) immigrated from New York to Prescott County, Ontario, and later to Argenteuil County, Québec. David Brooks . (ca.1850-ca.1839) moved from Vermont to Argenteuil County, Québec, and later to Elgin County, Ontario. "Seven Brooks-Corless marriages completely interlocked the Brooks and Corless families." Many descendants lived throughout Canada. Most descendants immigrated to the United States, and their progeny lived throughout the nation.

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