THE ADAMS FAMILY OF MASSACHUSETTS Compiled by: Gary G. Glynn
The Adams Family of Massachusetts is perhaps one of the most distinguished planter families to arrive from England in the early 17th century. Through a compilation of reference material from the early 1600's to the American Revolution, few families can attribute two Presidents, two signers of the Declaration of Independence, eminent statesmen, soldiers and founders of numerous Massachusetts townships. This five hundred and thirty-five page manuscrift deals with the early immigrant ancestors of George, Henry (including Mayflower and Presidential lineage), Jeremy, John, Richard, Robert, Roger and William Adams.
Their intermarriage with other Planter Families creates an interesting background to the developement of early Massachusetts. In addition, this manuscript includes excerpts of hundreds of allied families with special attention to the following: Butterfield, Craft, Daniels, Goodridge, Longfellow, Morse, Paine, Partridge, Penniman, Rockwood, Rockett, Sewall, Squire, Vassall and Woods. Additional information on related families is contained throughout this compilation.
THE ADAMS FAMILY OF MASSACHUSETTS Soft-Cover 8 1/2 x 11, 535 Pages Price: 50.00 (includes shipping) Second Printing Available: May/2001
AVAILABLE THROUGH: Gary G. Glynn Post Office Box 57007 Babson Park, Massachusetts 02457-0007