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Frye genealogy : Adrian of Kittery, Me.; John of Andover, Mass.; Joshua of Virginia; Thomas of Rhode Island

Ellen Frye Barker
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Newburyport, Massachusetts : Parker River Researchers, 1985
194 p., [3] leaves of plates : ill., coat of arms, facsims., ports.

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Reprint. New York : Tobias A. Wright, 1920.

"Partly from MSS. of Theophilus C. Frye now in the possession of the New England Historic-Genealogical Society."

Includes indexes.

Adrian Fry (d.1692/1695), a Quaker, emigrated to Kittery, Maine, and married Sarah White. John Ffrie (1601-1695) and his family emigrated in 1638 to Newbury and moved to Andover, Massachusetts. Joshua Fry (ca.1700-1754) emigrated about 1720 to Essex County, Virginia. Thomas Fry (1632-1704) emigrated to East Greenwich, Rhode Island during or before 1669. All four emigrated from England, and descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Virginia, Maryland, Kentucky, Alabama, Illinois, Minnesota and elsewhere.

Includes Ames, Farnum, Goddard, Hussey, Osgood, Swan and related families.

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