New Early New England Families, 1641-1700 sketches

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Alicia Crane William’s study project, Early New England Families, 1641-1700 focuses on immigrants to New England , using Torrey’s New England Marriages as a guide.

Today we’re announcing two new sketches and one revised sketch:

Henry Lamprey (m.1641) Henry came from England to Boston and died in Hampton, New Hampshire as an old man.

Daniel Fisher (m. 1645, 1651) Daniel also came from England and settled in Dedham.  He was the town surveyor who helped determine the limits of the town at the time.

Joseph Phippen (m.1640) (revised) Joseph Phippen came from England and lived in Massachusetts coastal towns including Hingham, Boston, Falmouth, and Salem.

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