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The descendants of Polly and Ebenezer Alden, who were sixth in descent from John Alden, the pilgrim : with original records not before printed...

by their grandsons, Ebenezer Alden and Henry Shaw
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Boston, Massachusetts : Geo. H. Ellis Co., 1903
101 p.

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Polly and Ebenezer were two of the six children of Ebenezer Alden (1743-1773) and Ruth Fobes. They were born in Massachusetts. Polly married Nehemiah Jones and seetled in Massachusetts. Ebenezer (1770-1853) moved to Chester County, Pennsylvania and married Elizabeth Ames. They later moved to Cecil County, Maryland. Descendants lived chiefly in Massachusetts, New York, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.

Includes index.

Includes Alexander, Garrett, Mason, Shaw, Watson, and related families.

"Appendix": 3 p. inserted between p. [40-41]

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