Genealogical Memoir of the Cunnabell, Conable Or Connable Family: John Cunnabell of London, England, and Boston, Massacusetts, and His Descendants. 1650-1886, Volumen1

Daily Citizen Book Printing House, 1886 - 183 páginas
John Cunnabell (ca. 1650-1724) came from London and settled in Boston, Massachusetts ca. 1674. His second wife was Sarah Clayes and third, was Martha Hely. His son, Samuel (ca. 1690-1746) married (1) Abigail Treadway and (2) Mary Wilson Diamond. Descendants lived in Massachusetts, Nova Scotia, New York, Michigan, and elsewhere.

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