Three Hundred Colonial Ancestors and War Service

Three Hundred Colonial Ancestors and War Service

Their Part in Making American History from 495 to 1934. Bound with Supplement I, Supplement II, and Supplement II, Concluded

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Author: Rixford, Elizabeth M. Leach
Publication Date: 1934, 1938, 1943, 1944
Reprint Date: 1999
Pages: 425 pp.
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Three Hundred Colonial Ancestors and War Service is the product of esteemed genealogist Elizabeth Rixford’s efforts to trace her maternal and paternal lines and the main branches of her husband’s family, namely: Rixford, Hawkins, Wilson, Flint, Cutting, Hinds, Cook, and Cushman. But, as researchers will appreciate, this work is no ordinary family history because in it the Vermont matriarch discloses her four Mayflower lines, two lines to the National Society Founders and Patriots of America, three lines to the Huguenot Society, ten lines to the DAR, three lines to the United States Daughters of 1812, forty-seven lines to the Colonial Daughters of the 17th Century, and 140 supplemental lines to the National Society Daughters of the American Colonists in Vermont. In all, Mrs. Rixford treats nearly 150 different lines touching on more than 5,000 ancestors. Three Hundred Colonial Ancestors and War Service is a work that no student of New England or colonial ancestry should overlook.

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