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Richard Sikes : and his descendants, the first seven generations

compiled by Arthur M. Sikes, Jr.
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[S.l.] : Sikes / Sykes Families Association, c2000
270 p. : coat of arms

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Richard Sikes (ca. 1618-1687) was born in Stafford County, England. His father was James Sykes. He immigrated to America before September 1639 and settled first at Dorchester, Massachusetts. He was living at Cambridge, Massachusetts, by May 1640. He and his wife, Phoebe Green, had five children, 1640-1651, born at Roxbury and Springfield, Massachusetts. He died at Springfield. Descendants of the first seven generations lived in chiefly in Massachusetts, Connecticut, or Vermont. Descendants spelled their surname Sikes and Sykes.

Includes index.

Includes Bardwell, Bartlett, Bement, Bliss, Chapin, Cooley, Fowler, Graves, Hanchett, Kent, Lane, Newcomb, Stockham and related families.

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