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2 edition of early records of Groton, Massachusetts. 1661-1707. found in the catalog.

early records of Groton, Massachusetts. 1661-1707.

Groton (Mass. : Town)

early records of Groton, Massachusetts. 1661-1707.

by Groton (Mass. : Town)

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Published in Groton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Green, Samuel A. -- 1830-1918,,
  • Groton (Mass. : Town) -- History -- Sources.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEd. by Samuel A. Green.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination185 p.
    Number of Pages185
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22106404M


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Early records of Groton, Massachusetts. 1661-1707 by Groton (Mass. : Town) Download PDF EPUB FB2

An ecclesiastical council held at Groton, Massachusetts, Ap Organized December 5th, by Groton (Mass.) (Book) Report of the School Committee of the town of Groton, for the year ending by Groton (Mass.) () The early records of Groton, Massachusetts.

by Groton (Mass.) (Book). It also says he was first mentioned in the early records of Gloucester, Mass., in May The Averys of Groton: The Avery family is very old in Cornwall, and the Christopher Avery branch may have originated there.

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