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Genealogy of the family of John and Wait Potter

Albert Potter

Genealogy of the family of John and Wait Potter

being a complete list of all their descendants, together with their ancestral lines in America

by Albert Potter

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Potter family

  • Edition Notes

    Reprint of the 1885 ed. published by Rhode Island Print. Co., Providence, R.I.

    Statementcompiled and published by Albert Potter and Isaac M. Potter.
    ContributionsPotter, Isaac M., 1833- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.P868 1979
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p. ;
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4464999M
    LC Control Number79128805

    He married, Dec. 5, , Hannah Potter. A list of descendants in the male line for a few generations is printed as an appendix in the John Stone Family Genealogy. Rev. HENRY WHITFIELD (_) the pastor of the people who formed the Guilford Plantation, arrived in New Haven on the St. John (according to the John Stone Family Book. Born in Elizabeth, Union, New Jersey, USA on 13 NOV to John Sr Potter and Jemima Thompson. John C. Potter married Elizabeth Callahan Potter and had 14 children. He passed away on 3 NOV in Wharton, Fayette, Pennsylvania, USA.

    Genealogy of the Smith family of Rockingham County, NC "was copied from the original Smith Genealogy book by J. Fletcher Smith, printed in by Herald Job Office, Trion Factory, GA"--Page [1]. Cover title. "Printed May " Includes index. Description: 47, [7], 77 pages: . - Harry Potter Next Generation Family Tree - Find out where your Ancestors came from! - Display all your tree on your own Genealogy Website, check it out! Oral histories are gold.. don't wait until your elderly family generation has passed on. Find images and videos about book, house and harry potter on We Heart It - the.

    2 Chapter 11 THE CHINN FAMILY An extract from Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society gives a background to the Chinn genealogy: The Chinns are an ancient family in England and Scotland, where we find the name under the seal Cheyne, bearing one of the oldest and most illustrious Coats Of Arms in Britain. Lynn Genealogy (in Essex County, MA) USA (1,,) > Massachusetts (37,) > Essex County (6,) > Lynn (). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages.


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Genealogy of the family of John and Wait Potter by Albert Potter Download PDF EPUB FB2

COMPILED AND PUBLISHED BY ALBERT POTTER, M. D., Surgeon Fifth R, I. Vols. ISAAC M. POTTER, Lieut, Colonel Fifth R. Vols. PROVIDENCE, R. RHODE ISLAND PRINTING COMPANY, 62 WEYBOSSET ST. ELECTRIC POWER PRINTERS.

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Contents. Potter folks, all kin to me.; 6 Potter ancestors (* in left margin.); Outline Descent Trees (5 families in 4 apparently unrelated family groups separated here by dashed lines.) =links to Annex.

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