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Notes on Rose, Greene genealogy

D. G. H. J.
D. G. H. J (Main Author)
Manuscript
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1998
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of manuscript, 50 p., covering approximately years 1623-1887.

Title from cover.

John Haskins (1729-1814) was born in Boston, Massachusetts, son of Robert and Sarah Haskins. He married Hannah Upham in 1752. David Greene (1749-1812) was born in Boston, Massachusetts and married Rebecca Rose (1759-1800) in Antigua. He died in Ballston Springs, New York. John Rose was born in London in 1738 and married Alice Bacon (1735-1786) in Antigua. Harriet P. Rose married John Clark Lee (b. 1804), son of Nathaniel and Mary Ann Cabot Lee. Also includes information on Haskins family of Oxted, County Surrey, England.

Includes Haskins, Rose, Greene, Chandler, Saltonstall, Lee, Peabody, Wilson, and related families.

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