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The ancestry of Lewis Hotchkiss Brittin : showing lines of descent from William Brittaine of Mespat, married 1660; William Howell of Wedon, married 1536; Samuel Hotchkiss of New Haven, married 1642; George Hull of Dorchester, married 1614

compiled by L.H.B
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Washington, D.C. : L.C. Photoduplication Service, 1984
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm made of typescript (177 leaves, carbon copy) prepared in 1942 by Lewis Hotchkiss Brittin, Washington, Pennsylvania.

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William Brittaine (d.1683), probably an immigrant, married Maria Stillwell about 1660 and lived on Long Island, New York, moving to Staten Island about 1667. Descendants (chiefly spelling the surname Brittin) lived in New York, New England, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and elsewhere. Includes some ancestors in England to the early 1500s.

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