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The Doolittle family in America

Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Cleveland, Ohio : National Printing, 1901-1967
8 v. in 3 (1350 p., [55] leaves of plates) : ill., coat of arms, facsims., ports.

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Part 8 with: supplements 1-4 for Doolittle family in America / compiled by Louise S. Brown and Malissa R. Doolittle.

"... part 8 [v. 3] including material researched and left to the Doolittles of America by William Frederick Doolittle / compiled by Louise S. Brown and Malissa R. Doolittle."

Abraham Doolittle (1619/1620-1690) immigrated from England to Boston, Massachusetts in 1640 and married twice. He later moved to New Haven, Connecticut. Descendants lived throughout the United States.

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