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John Biglow, immigrant ancestor.

John Biglow, immigrant ancestor.

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bigelow family.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    SeriesForge., no. 3
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.B6 1978
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4, [6] p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3101622M
    LC Control Number82207112


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John Biglow, immigrant ancestor Download PDF EPUB FB2

The immigrant ancestor of nearly all John Biglow in North America bearing the surname Bigelow in any of its several variants, is John Biglo of Watertown, Massachusetts.

He lived from to Many of his descendants have been recorded in a genealogy entitled The Bigelow Family in America, written by Gilman Bigelow Howe, printed The book The descent of the New England Warrens, whose immigrant ancestor was John Warren, of Watertown, has been traced from William the Conqueror, in the Norman line, and in the Saxon line from A.

; also back through the royal lines immigrant ancestor. book France, Germany and Italy. William de Warren was a Norman knight and fought at ://   The immigrant ancestor of nearly all persons in North America bearing the surname Bigelow in any of its several variants, is John Biglo of Watertown, Massachusetts.

to Mary Warren, daughter of John and Margaret Warren. Ella Biglow's book, Reminiscences of Historic Marlborouqh, MA, contains a fictional description of John at his wedding, in   The immigrant ancestor of nearly all persons in North America bearing the surname Bigelow in any of its several variants, is John Biglo of Watertown, Massachusetts.

He lived from to Many of his descendants have been recorded in a genealogy entitled The Bigelow Family in America, written by Gilman Bigelow Howe, printed ().

BIGELOW, BIGLOW, and any other reasonable spelling variations are welcome to join the project. To participate meaningfully and assist the project, male Y chromosome participants will need to: 1. share their direct male line ancestry back to the earliest known BIGELOW (or variants) (excluding living persons), and 2.

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Available for immediate :// Sometimes after researching all possible records, you will still be unable to find a record of the home town of your immigrant ancestor. In this case, continue the search in the records of identified family members -- brother, sister, father, mother, cousin, children, etc.

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