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Bishop families in America

Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Homewood, Illinois : Bishop Families in America, 1965-1974
9 v.

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James Bishop (ca. 1625-1691) emigrated from Surrey or Kent County, England, settled first in Massachusetts, and eventually settled at New Haven, Connecticut. Most volumes contain a different Bishop immigrant (as listed in the contents note below), and as many of his descendants and relatives as possible. Some descendants joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and lived in Utah, Alberta, Canada, and elsewhere. The volumes were not published in numerical order (and, quite possibly, some volumes were never published).

Includes the Doolittle, Hand, Hemengway, Kempton, Landon, Olinger, Spicer, Talmadge/Tallmadeg, Webber, and other related families.

Contents: v. 1. pts. 1-2. Descendants of James Bishop -- v. 3. Descendants of Richard Bishop -- v. 8. Descendants of Edward Bishop -- v. 9. pts. 1-2. Descendants of John Bishop -- v. 10. pts. 1-2. Descendants of James Bishop -- v. 11. Descendants of Eleazar Bishop.

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