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Branches of a family tree : the Hoar ancestry

William S. Hoar ; with art by Martha Henricksen and maps by Diana McPhail
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English
Vancouver, British Columbia : Tangled Roots, c1985
v, 52 p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., maps, ports.

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Includes bibliographic references.

Includes Oglivie, Prescott, Quincy, Steeves, Weatherbee, Wilber and related families.

Charles Hoare, Jr. (d.1638), Sheriff of Gloucester, married Joanna Hincksman, and after his death, she and the five children immigrated in 1640 from England to Scituate, Massachusetts, later moving to Braintree, Massachusetts. David Hoar, Sr. (b.1713) and his family immigrated from Massachusetts to Onslow, Nova Scotia in 1761. Descendants and relatives lived in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, British Columbia and elsewhere.

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