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The William Ward genealogy : the history of the descendants of William Ward of Sudbury, Mass., 1638- 1925

by Charles Martyn
Martyn, Charles, b. 1874 (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
New York : A. Ward, 1925
xvii, 749 p., [24] leaves of plates : ill., facsims., maps, ports.

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William Ward (ca. 1603-1686?) married twice and was the father of thirteen children, born 1624-1658. He emigrated from England ca. 1638, with his second wife and five children, and settled at first at Boston, Massachusetts. The family helped settled Sudbury, Massachusetts, in 1639; and Marlborough, Massachusetts, in 1660. Descendants lived in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Hampshire, Vermont, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan and elsewhere.

Includes the Adams, Alan, Clark, Cook/Cooke, Fay, Finke, French, Hanks, Lee, Moore, Newton, Parker, Rice, Richardson, Scott, Smith, Stone, Wood and other related families.

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