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The Hoar/Hoare family : compiled by Elsie L. Thoresen

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English
East Providence, Rhode Island : E.L. Thoresen, [199-?]
320, [109], 22, [5] p. : ill., geneal. tables, ports

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Includes index for each section.

References: precedes index

Section 2 notes information from by Michael L. Hobart, including: Descendants of Samuel Hoar and Doritha Hitchcock.

Charles Hoare was a saddler from Gloucester, England. He was born ca. 1568 and his will was dated 29 May 1632. His wife, Margery, and he had four known children: Charles, Jr. who married Joanna Hinksman; Thomas; a daughter who married Thomas Hill; a daughter who married Leonard Tarne. Charles and Joanna emigrated to Braintree, Mass sometime after 1624, after the birth of their last child. The line is traced from Charles and Joanna and through their son John (1622-1704). Includes Archibald, Higgins, Johnson, Mc Cabe and related lines.

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