Title: Anderson, Robert C., The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Vol. III, P-W (Boston: NEHGS, 1995)
Title: Clara Pierce Olson Overbo, Ancestors & Descendants of Clark Proctor Nichols: In England and America 1620-2001 (Decorah, Iowa: The Anundsen Publishing Co., 2002).
Page: pg. 10
Title: Eaton, Lilley, Town of Reading (Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, 1874)
Page: pg. 107
Title: Massachusetts Vital Records for Reading, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
Title: Find A Grave, internet
Title: Torrey, Clarence Almon, New England Marriages Prior to 1700 (Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., 1985)
Note: 06-107. "POOLE, John; came here from Lynn ; was at Cambridge in 1632 ; was one of the earliest settlers of Reading, and probably the wealthiest. He lived on the present site of Wakefield's rattan factory, where he built the first grist-mill and fulling mill of the town. He also owned much land at the north end of the Great Pond, including the farm lately owned by Dea. Caleb Wakefield, and extending easterly, included the late Newcomb mill, where said Poole erected the first saw-mill, and included also the present farm of heirs of Benjamin Cox, of Lynnfield. He divided his estate between his son Jonathan and his grandson John. His wife Margaret d. in 1662, and he d. in 1667. Chil. : Jona., b. 1634, and succeeded to the homestead ; Mary, who m. 1657, Matthew Edwards, and perhaps Sarah, wife of Wm. Barrett."
Note: Eaton, Lilley, Town of Reading, (Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, 1874). Pp. 1
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