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Eastham and Orleans

The Mayflower descendant
[literally transcribed from the original records by George Ernest Bowman] ; with added index of persons by Leonard H. Smith
Books/Monographs
English
Clearwater, Florida : L.H. Smith, Jr., 1980, c1980
269 p.
0932022189
Vital records of southeastern Massachusetts; v. 1

Notes

Also on t.p.: an authorized facsimile reproduction of records published serially 1901-1935 in The Mayflower Descendant.

Two pages of original on each page of facsimile.

"The town of Eastham for many years included all of Cape Cod west of Yarmouth. As a consequence its vital records deal with events over a large area. The earliest event noted in the printed record is 1675, the latest 1827. Not all events between those dates are included"-- Pref.

Town of Nawsett to be called Eastham, June 7, 1651; Orleans incorporated from part of Eastham, March 3, 1797.

Includes index.

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