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Abell, Robert Sebastian Library of Congress/NACO

VIAF ID: 11515020 (Personal)

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the abell family in america: robert abell of rehoboth, mass., his english ancestry and his descendants, other abell families and immigrants, abell families in england Wikipedia (en)
the great migration begins: immigrants to new england, 1620-1633 Wikipedia (en)
the history of rehoboth, bristol county, massachusetts: comprising a history of the present towns of rehoboth, seekonk, and pawtucket, from their settlement to the present time; together with sketches of attleborough, cumberland, and a part of swansey and barrington, to the time that they were severally separated from the original town Wikipedia (en)
the luther genealogy: a history of the descendants of captain john luther who arrived in the massachusetts bay colony, 1630-1635 Wikipedia (en)
medieval english ancestors of robert abell: who died in rehoboth, plymouth colony, 20 june 1663: with english ancestral lines of other colonial americans Wikipedia (en)
new england's generation: the great migration and the formation of society and culture in the seventeenth century Wikipedia (en)
the pioneers of massachusetts: a descriptive list, drawn from records of the colonies, towns, and churches, and other contemporaneous documents Wikipedia (en)
plantagenet ancestry: a study in colonial and medieval families Wikipedia (en)
the royal descents of 600 immigrants to the american colonies or the united states who were themselves notable or left descendants notable in american history Wikipedia (en)
students admitted to the inner temple, 1571-1625 Wikipedia (en)
vital record of rehoboth, 1642-1896 Wikipedia (en)
the winthrop fleet of 1630: an account of the vessels, the voyage, the passengers and their english homes, from original authorities Wikipedia (en)
winthrop's journal, "history of new england" 1630-1649. Wikipedia (en)

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