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The Sterry family of America, 1670-1970 : (the Connecticut clan, descended from Roger, of Stonington by 1670, and the Maine Clan, descended from Samuel of Ipswich [Mass.] by 1753, with mention of other Sterrys and the family in England, back to 1190 [Sturry])

by Walter Burges Smith
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Tel Aviv, Israel] : W.B. Smith, 1973
xiv, 345 p. : ill., fold. geneal. table, ports.

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Roger Sterry was born ca. 1630 in England or the West Indies. He married Hannah Palmer, the widow of Capt. Thomas Hewitt and the daughter of Walter and Rebecca Short Palmer, in Stonington, Connecticut, in 1671. They had a son and a daughter. He died between 1674 and 1681 probably in southern New England or at sea. Descendants lived in Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, California, and elsewhere.

Includes the Billings, Brown, Fitch, Hill, Smith, and other related families.

Includes other Sterry families in the United States.

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