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Puritan pedigrees : the deep roots of the great migration to New England / Robert Charles Anderson.

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Windham Free Library - Windham Center 929.374 AND (Text to phone) 33760146535182 Adult New Nonfiction Checked out 07/14/2021

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Chapter 1. Thomas Mildnay and John Winthrop -- Chapter 2. Thomas Cranmer and Walter Norton -- Chapter 3. Alexander Nowell and Increase Nowell -- Chapter 4. Henry Hastings and Richard Mather -- Chapter 5. Edmund Grindal and John Wilson -- Chapter 6. Richard Rogers and John Rogers -- Chapter 7. Robert Browne and Thomas Oliver -- Chapter 8. Thomas Stoughton and James Cudworth -- Chapter 9. Arthur Hildersham and Walter Desborough -- Chapter 10. Robert Parker and Stephen Bachiler -- Chapter 11. John White and John Warham -- Chapter 12. Herbert Pelham and Isaac Johnson.
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"Robert Charles Anderson, FASG, now gives us a new study of the deep roots of the 1630s migrants in their "godly" (Puritan) communities of England. Stretching well back into the 16th century, in Puritan Pedigrees Anderson explores the connections among these first migrants that were genealogical, social, intellectual, and most of all, fundamentally religious. This is the book that will give readers a better understanding of the conditions that led to the voyage of the Mayflower and its landing in Plymouth Colony in 1620--planting the first permanent settlement of New England in Plymouth and ultimately laying the foundation for America" -- Publisher's description.
Subject: New England > Genealogy.
Puritans > Genealogy.
Puritans > England > History > 16th century.
Puritans > England > History > 17th century.
New England > Emigration and immigration > Religious aspects > History.
England > Emigration and immigration > Religious aspects > History.
New England > Emigration and immigration > History > 17th century.
England > Emigration and immigration > History > 17th century.
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24510. ‡aPuritan pedigrees : ‡bthe deep roots of the great migration to New England / ‡cRobert Charles Anderson.
24630. ‡aDeep roots of the great migration to New England
264 1. ‡a[Boston, Mass.] : ‡bNew England Historic Genealogical Society, ‡c[2018]
264 4. ‡c©2018.
300 . ‡axviii, 413 pages, 6 unnumbered pages of plates : ‡billustrations, maps, genealogical tables ; ‡c24 cm
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520 . ‡a"Robert Charles Anderson, FASG, now gives us a new study of the deep roots of the 1630s migrants in their "godly" (Puritan) communities of England. Stretching well back into the 16th century, in Puritan Pedigrees Anderson explores the connections among these first migrants that were genealogical, social, intellectual, and most of all, fundamentally religious. This is the book that will give readers a better understanding of the conditions that led to the voyage of the Mayflower and its landing in Plymouth Colony in 1620--planting the first permanent settlement of New England in Plymouth and ultimately laying the foundation for America" -- Publisher's description.
504 . ‡aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
5050 . ‡aChapter 1. Thomas Mildnay and John Winthrop -- Chapter 2. Thomas Cranmer and Walter Norton -- Chapter 3. Alexander Nowell and Increase Nowell -- Chapter 4. Henry Hastings and Richard Mather -- Chapter 5. Edmund Grindal and John Wilson -- Chapter 6. Richard Rogers and John Rogers -- Chapter 7. Robert Browne and Thomas Oliver -- Chapter 8. Thomas Stoughton and James Cudworth -- Chapter 9. Arthur Hildersham and Walter Desborough -- Chapter 10. Robert Parker and Stephen Bachiler -- Chapter 11. John White and John Warham -- Chapter 12. Herbert Pelham and Isaac Johnson.
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651 0. ‡aNew England ‡xEmigration and immigration ‡xReligious aspects ‡xHistory.
651 0. ‡aEngland ‡xEmigration and immigration ‡xReligious aspects ‡xHistory.
651 0. ‡aNew England ‡xEmigration and immigration ‡xHistory ‡y17th century.
651 0. ‡aEngland ‡xEmigration and immigration ‡xHistory ‡y17th century.
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