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East Sandwich, MA: Nye Family of America Association. 1977. 875pp +lv +14 blank pages for additions. Illustrated. Hardcover with slipcase. Both the book and slipcase are in near fine condition.
East Sandwich, MA: Nye Family of America Association. 1980. 609pp +cii + 8pp (blank for additions). Illustrated. Hardcover with slipcase, both in fine condition.
GENEALOGICAL GUIDE TO THE EARLY SETTLERS OF AMERICA. With a Brief History of Those of the First Generation.
And references to the various local histories and other sources of information where additional data may be found. Excerpted and reprinted from The Spirit of '76. Baltimore:Genealogical Publishing Company. 1967. 438pp+(6). Hardcover. Maroon boards with light mottling and page edges lightly soiled from dust residue. Internally, end pages browned at hinges but otherwise pages clean and bright. A very good copy.
HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF THE GOV. JOHN WEBSTER FAMILY OF CONNECTICUT WITH NUMEROUS PORTRAITS AND ILLUSTRATIONS
Rochester, NY:E. R. Andrews Printing Company. 1915. 1st edition. 1646pp. Hardcover. Both front and rear boards are shelf-worn with some light mottling and what looks to be old mildew stains to lower outer edges. Also a bit of nibbling (1/2 inch) has occurred to the outside edge of the rear board. Pages edges have also darkened with age. The spine labels are chipped and worn. Internally, a previous owners name is inked to the top of the first free end-page with a some age toning to end-pages, both front and back. Amazingly, for a massive book, the binding is tight and hinges still intact. There is a bit of age-toning scattered throughout, most often to pages before or after illustrations. Overall, a much better copy than it sounds, in near very good condition.
Athens, GA:Iberian Publishing Company. (1985). 409pp with map at rear. In very good condition. Aside from some light soiling to the covers and a penned page number (p63-66) on the title page, a very good, clean copy.
MARYLAND REVOLUTIONARY RECORDS. Data Obtained from 3,050 Pension Claims and Bounty Land Applications, including 1,000 Marriages of Maryland Soldiers and A List of 1,200 Proved Services of Soldiers and Patriots of Other States.
Baltimore:Genealogical Publishing Company. 1967. 155pp. Reprint of 1938 edition. Grey boards are lightly shelf-worn with light soiling. There is no dust jacket. Internally, save for some browning to end pages at hinges both front and rear, a very good, clean copy. No previous owners marks or signatures.
Norwood, MA:Privately Printed. (1969). Illustrated. 347pp. Hardcover. Inscribed by the author on the ffep to Henry Crapo. Maroon boards lightly soiled. Internally, aside from the inscription, a very good, clean copy.
THE BOOK OF DOW. Genealogical Memoirs of the Descendants of Henry Dow 1637, Thomas Dow 1639, and Othes of the Name, Immigrants to America during Colonial Times. Also the Allied Family of Nudd.
Claremont, NH:Robert P. Dow, John W. Dow and Susan F. Dow. 1929. 1013pp. 1st edition. Hardcover. Cream boards lightly soiled but gilt still legible on spine and front cover. The binding is tight and hinges still intact. The pages are clean and bright with no previous owners marks or signatures. A very good clean copy.
THE DESCENDANTS OF MAJOR SAMUEL LAWRENCE OF GROTON MASSACHUSETTS, With Some Mention of Allied Families
Cambridge:Riverside Press. 1904. VIII (2) 344pp. Illustrated with 2 plates. 1st edition. Ex library, from the New England Historic Genealogical Society, with a book plate on the inside front board, stamped withdrawn; a card envelop on the inside rear board; sticker on lower spine; enbossed stamp on title page; and 3 date stamps on end-pages. Aside from these markings, the pages are clean and bright. The binding is tight, but both hinges are cracked, to the webbing in the front. The boards are lightly shelf-worn with wear to edges and spine ends. Gilt is bright on cover, but dulled on spine. Overall, a good solid copy.
Baltimore:Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1971. Facsimile reprint of 1913 edition. 102pp+8pp index. Hardcover. Red boards lightly soiled and gently shelf-worn, otherwise a very good, clean copy. No previous owners marks or signatures.
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