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Records of Ellery, Dennison, Parsons families

compiled by James Benjamin Ellery
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Gloucester, Massachusetts] : J.B. Ellery, c1956
viii, 87 p. : ill., coats of arms.

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"This volume is a record of three settlers of above names on Cape Ann in Gloucester, Mass. and of many of their descendants. "William Ellery, the first of that name in Gloucester, and so far as I am aware, the first of that name in America, was born in Bristol, England about 1643. He came to Gloucester in 1663 ...., his first appearance in Gloucester is that of his marriage October 8, 1663 to Hannah Vinson. "George Dennison was a grandson of an English army officer stationed in Ireland. His father lived in Ireland and George was born in Dublin in 1699. He came to Boston in 1712, later to Gloucester and there died March 14, 1747-8. "Jeffrey Parsons was born in Ashprington, England in 1631, near Dartmouth, Devonshire County. He went to Barbadoes, then to Gloucester, Massachusetts where he bought land in 1655 and where he married Sarah Vinson, November 11, 1657"--Fore.

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