Ancestors and descendants of Robert Clements of Leicestershire and Warwickshire, England : first settler of Haverhill, Massachusetts

by Percival Wood Clement ; edited by Mary Lovering Holman and Caroline Clement Brown
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
[Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : Paterson & White Co., 1927]
2 v. (xviii, 1073 p.) : ill., coats of arms (1 col.),facsims., ports.


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Includes: Descendants of Robert Clements in Ireland: records furnished by Henry John Beresford Clements of Killadoon and Lough Rynn, Ireland p. 863-969.

Includes index.

Includes Clement/Clements/Clemenz/ Clemmons, Eastman, Kimball, Robinson, Sanborn, Sargent and related families.

Robert Clements (1595-1658) emigrated from England shortly after the death of his wife, Lydia in 1642. Three sons and two daughters came to America, but two sons and one daughter were left behind. He was a pioneer of Havervill, Massachusetts. Descendants lived in England and Ireland as well as in America.

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