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Genealogy of the Allen family of Manchester, Mass. : from the earliest settlement to the year 1886

by John Price
Price, John, 1808-1895 (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2011

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Digital images of original published: Salem, Massachusetts : Salem Press, 1888. 47 p.

1977 filming includes 7-leaf index (typewritten) inserted at end.

Includes Crafts, Driver, Edwards, Leach, Lee, Marsters and related families.

William Allen (1602-1678) immigrated in 1624 from England to Cape Anne (now Gloucester), Massachusetts, and moved to Salem, Massachusetts in 1628. He married twice, and moved to Manchester, Massachusetts about 1640. Descendants and relatives lived in New england, Virginia and elsewhere.

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