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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Joshua CONANT: Birth: 15 APR 1657 in Salem, Essex, MA U. S. A..


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Mary Grafton: Birth: 7 SEP 1660. Death: 1705


Sources
1. Title:   <b>New England Marriages Prior To 1700 </b>Clarence Almon Torrey, <i>New England Marriages Prior To 1700</i> (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1985)
2. Title:   <b>The Essex Institute Historical Collection </b>Essex Institute Historical Collection (Salem, MA: 1859 onwards) Peabody Essex Museum, East India Square, Salem, MA 01970 U. S. A. www.pem.org
Page:   Vol. 1, p. 92
3. Title:   <b>The American Genealogist (TAG) </b>For more than three quarters of a century, America's premier independent genealogical journal has been 'The American Genealogist,' affectionately known as TAG. TAG was founded in 1922 by Donald Line Jacobus (1887–1970), the father of scientific genealogy in this country and the first person elected to the National Genealogical Society's National Genealogy Hall of Fame. TAG was Jacobus’s vehicle for elevating genealogical scholarship to the same high standards as other scholarly disciplines, and it was at the center of what is now known as the “Jacobus School,” a group of professional and amateur genealogists who were dedicated to these standards. Throughout its long career, TAG has emphasized carefully documented compiled genealogy and analyses of difficult genealogical problems, all directed toward providing serious genealogists with examples of how they too might solve such problems. The American Genealogist PO Box 398 Demorest GA 30535-0398 U. S. A. http://americangenealogist.com E-mail: [email protected]
Page:   Vol. 30, p. 156
4. Title:   Frederick Odell Conant, <i>A History and Genealogy of the Conant Family in England and America, Thirteen Generations, 1520 to 1887</i> (1887)
Page:   p. 136
5. Title:   <b><i> </i>The History of Salem, Massachusetts </b> Sidney Perley, <i>The History of Salem, Massachusetts </i> (Salem, MA: privately published, 1928 [republished on Broderbund FTM CD #117])
Page:   Vol. 1, p. 79 and p. 435
6. Title:   <b>GREAT MIGRATION BEGINS and GREAT MIGRATION Project </b>Robert Charles Anderson, <i>The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633 </i>[database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original data: Robert Charles Anderson. <i>The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633, vols. 1-3.</i> (Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995)
Page:   p. 454
7. Title:   Belknap, Henry Wyckoff, <i>The Grafton Family of Salem</i> (E.I.H.C., vol.64) (The Essex Institute, 1928)
Page:   p. 12
8. Title:   Jim Stevens <[email protected]>, Unpublished document (early 1900s) in the possession of Jim Stevens <[email protected]> who writes: "Almost all (90%+) of the information on the ancestors of Thomas Wren Ward is taken from an unpublished Ward Genealogy that was evidently written in the early 1900's. This Genealogy is now located at the University of California in Santa Barbara (UCSB). This genealogy is part of "The Ward-Perkins Papers" collection that is at the Library there. A 75 page index to all the Ward-Perkins papers written by Donald Fitch is available as a separate document. Pages 62 and 63 of that index list various genealogy documents that may provide even further detail on this family." <b>Mansfield-Perkins Online </b>http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jim_stevens &id=I912
9. Title:   <b>The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, </b><i>The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record</i>, vols. 1+ (NY: NYGBS, 1870+) The NYGBR is one of the leading genealogical publications in North America. New York Genealogical and Biographical Society 36 West 44th Street, 7th floor New York, NY 10036-8105 U. S. A. http://www.newyorkfamilyhistory.org [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] +1 (212) 626-6856.
Page:   Vol. 15, p. 59
10. Title:   <b>The American Genealogist (TAG) </b>For more than three quarters of a century, America's premier independent genealogical journal has been 'The American Genealogist,' affectionately known as TAG. TAG was founded in 1922 by Donald Line Jacobus (1887–1970), the father of scientific genealogy in this country and the first person elected to the National Genealogical Society's National Genealogy Hall of Fame. TAG was Jacobus’s vehicle for elevating genealogical scholarship to the same high standards as other scholarly disciplines, and it was at the center of what is now known as the “Jacobus School,” a group of professional and amateur genealogists who were dedicated to these standards. Throughout its long career, TAG has emphasized carefully documented compiled genealogy and analyses of difficult genealogical problems, all directed toward providing serious genealogists with examples of how they too might solve such problems. The American Genealogist PO Box 398 Demorest GA 30535-0398 U. S. A. http://americangenealogist.com E-mail: [email protected]
Page:   Vol. 30, p. 156
11. Title:   Lemuel Shattuck, <i>Memorials of the Descendants of William Shattuck</i> (Boston, MA: Dutton & Wentworth, 1855)
Page:   p. 361
12. Title:   <b>The Essex Institute Historical Collection </b>Essex Institute Historical Collection (Salem, MA: 1859 onwards) Peabody Essex Museum, East India Square, Salem, MA 01970 U. S. A. www.pem.org
Page:   Vol. 18, p. 175; Vol. 37, p. 101; Vol. 64, p. 147



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