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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Over three hundred ancestors of Emily (Bates) Haynes (1911-2011) arrived in New England and New York in the first half of the 17th century, including one Mayflower Pilgrim. In three volumes Emily's son, Stephen Haynes, has identified as many of those ancestors as possible who immigrated to American shores, the vast majority of them originating in the England of King Charles I. Stephen has collected those immigrant ancestors' stories in three volumes, this third of which is devoted to ancestors of Emily's maternal grandmother, Eliza Frances "Lizzie" Keys. (Volume 1 traces immigrant ancestors of Emily's father; Bion LaMott Bates; volume 2 ancestors of her maternal grandfather, Chester Jackson.) The books were a natural outgrowth of the massive collection of papers and photographs Emily possessed, found after her death, and a significant genealogical database begun by Richard Bates, Emily's brother. Stephen developed the idea as he considered what might be done with all that information. He did not want to create another "begats" account, where a single genealogical surname-line is traced back as far as possible, to colonial times or before. Instead, he painted a horizontal portrait of those crossing the Atlantic to begin life anew in a strange land. The immigrant ancestors spread through New England, many of them founding settlements like Springfield, MA; Providence, RI; and Hartford, CT. Their lives' stories, derived from a variety of sources, are also a story of Pilgrim and Pioneer America. Merchants, farmers, pastors, explorers, and community leaders, these ancestors exemplify what is best about American society. Less exemplarily, their lives also tell tales of religious persecution and Puritan beliefs, as well as witchcraft trials. Whatever the nature of the tales, however, each is fascinating. Full list of all ancestor families' names will be found at http://www.shaynes.com/EJH/Our_Immigrant_Ancestors_Promotion_3.pdf . Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: Over three hundred ancestors of Emily (Bates) Haynes (1911-2011) arrived in New England and New York in the first half of the 17th century, including one Mayflower Pilgrim. In three volumes Emily?s son, Stephen Haynes, has identified as many of those ancestors as possible who immigrated to American shores, the vast majority of them originating in the England of King Charles I. Stephen has collected those immigrant ancestors? stories in three volumes, this third of which is devoted to ancestors of Emily?s maternal grandmother, Eliza Frances "Lizzie" Keys. (Volume 1 traces immigrant ancestors of Emily?s father; Bion LaMott Bates; volume 2 ancestors of her maternal grandfather, Chester Jackson.) The books were a natural outgrowth of the massive collection of papers and photographs Emily possessed, found after her death, and a significant genealogical database begun by Richard Bates, Emily?s brother. Stephen developed the idea as he considered what might be done with all that information. He did not want to create another ?begats? account, where a single genealogical surname-line is traced back as far as possible, to colonial times or before. Instead, he painted a horizontal portrait of those crossing the Atlantic to begin life anew in a strange land. The immigrant ancestors spread through New England, many of them founding settlements like Springfield, MA; Providence, RI; and Hartford, CT. Their lives? stories, derived from a variety of sources, are also a story of Pilgrim and Pioneer America. Merchants, farmers, pastors, explorers, and community leaders, these ancestors exemplify what is best about American society. Less exemplarily, their lives also tell tales of religious persecution and Puritan beliefs, as well as witchcraft trials. Whatever the nature of the tales, however, each is fascinating. Full list of all ancestor families' names will be found at http://www.shaynes.com/EJH/Our_Immigrant_Ancestors_Promotion_3.pdf .

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