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New England Genealogy- Vol. 1

New England Genealogy- Vol. 1

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Published by Jeff Martin

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Categories:Types, Research, History
Published by: Jeff Martin on Feb 22, 2010
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ForLibby, Alex and Will“Dear Children:Being sensible the foregoing genealogy neither is or can be of any public benefit,it cannot be worthy of public notice. I therefore have no other meaning than to handit down to you, to the end that you and your descendants may (if you or any of themhave or may have the curiosity) look back to the first of the family… from whomyou derived your nativity, and may continue it along to many generations, if you orany of them think proper to do it; with that view (and no other) it is presented toyou by yourAffectionate Father”(letter written by Gen. Joseph Frye- 19 Mar. 1783)
Although this work is a compilation of date concerning our family’s ancestry it is to be used as a reference tool for those of you seeking your own family origins. An earnestattempt has been made to use primary sources where ever possible and reliable secondarysources only to fill in the gaps, however, the information provided is far from completeand probably contains much mis-information. Therefore, it is strongly suggested that allinformation obtained from this or any genealogy be compared to the original records andif mistakes are found or if more information is available
write it on the blank spaces provided at the end of each section an extra page. If you the reader do wish to addinformation (which I hope you will) it is imperative that you give your sources otherwisethe information will be useless to future ancestor hunters. E-mails from all those whowish to share the fruits of their labor with the author are most welcome to write, however,given the nature of my profession it may be some time before I am able to respond… be patient… all inquiries will be answered.Good luck on all your research efforts.Jeffrey E. Martin, M.D., DABME, DABFM, FAAFPYork, Maine2010

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