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The American descendants of Henry Luce of Martha's Vineyard

compilers: Martha F. McCourt ... [et al.] ; all name index by Allen Lee Williams
Boston, Massachusetts : New England Historic Genealogical Society, [1995]
4 v. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.
[Rev. ed.]


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Contents: v. 1. Generations I-VII -- v. 2. Generations VII-VIII -- v. 3. Generations IX-X -- v. 4. Generations 11, 12, 13. Bibliography. Luce all-name index.

Henry Luce was born between 1640 and 1645, possibly in the Bristol area of England. He was living at Scituate, Massachusetts, by 1666. He married Remember Litchield, daughter of Lawrence and Judith Dennis Litchfield, ca. 1666. They had ten children, ca. 1667-ca. 1685. The family was living at Reboboth, Massachusetts, by 1668, and moved to the island of Martha's Vineyard, ca. 1670, where he lived until his death, which was between May 1687 and March 1689. Descendants lived in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New York, Ohio, and elsewhere throughout the United States and Canada. Descendants spell their surname Luce, Luse, Losey, and other variant spellings.

Includes the Allen, Bartoo, Byam, Daggett, Davis, Hathaway, Horton, Johnson, Lovejoy, Norton, Smith, Williams, and other related families.

Each volume contains its own index, with an "all name" index in vol. 4.



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