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From: "Judy Russell" <>
Subject: Quaker Meeting House, Sandwich MA
Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2005 18:13:59 -0500
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Also have to remind folks that the Quaker Meeting House is still there on
Quaker Road (I think that's right). That was one of our favorite stops on
Cape Cod while looking for traces of our Plymouth Colony ancestors Peter
Gaunt and Thomas Butler who were in Plymouth about 1640.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Violet O. Guy" <>
Sent: Tuesday, February 08, 2005 5:57 PM
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Records for MA
> I have done research on Cape Cod; and Sturgis Library is a favorite! It
> has the Lothrop Genealogy Room (Genealogy). and does have some of your
> early colonist, some under the Mayflower Compact. We stay in Yarmouth, MA
> and drive around and take the boat to the Islands. I have gone two times,
> while my son has gone almost every year beginning in 1999. Most of our MA
> ancestors are around Cape Cod and the Islands (Nantuacket & Martha's
> Sturgis Library, Barnstable, MA (Cape Cod)
> Lucy Loomis, Library Director
> Sturgis Library 3090 Main Street P.O. Box 606 Barnstable, MA 02630
> PHONE (508) 362-6636 or 362-8448 or FAX (508) 362-5467
> Most of my ancestors on Nantucket were Quakers, and we descend from
> Tristram Coffin. The Libraries at Nantucket (NHA), Martha's Vineyard, and
> Lyme are ones which we have used, also. We were even able to find our
> ancestors in graves in East Lyme -- Sears & the Paddock, but some of the
> very early are may at Plymouth, such as Richard Sears, the Pilgrim 1630 as
> he is not in the Sears Graveyard in East Lyme. The Sturgis Library did
> advise that we go to Plymouth for our Richard Sears to inquire about his
> I do have a CD "Early Vital Records of the Commonwealth of Massachussetts
> to aboaut the year 1850 -- for Windows ann MacIntosh. It is cumberbsome,
> so I have had it installed on the Hard Drive with an Icon. It is made by
> Search-Research Publishing Corporation, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 I obtaind
> mine through New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS).
> http://www.newenglandancestors.org/ New England Historic Genealogical
> http://www.nha.org/ Nantucket Historical Association
> QUAKER Meetings: Tom Hill, who on this mailing list will be able to help
> you. He has published a book concerning the Quaker Meetings around the
> Violet Moore Guy 02/08/2005 gis Library is an independent public library
> in the Townstable, Massachusetts dedicated to serving local residents and
> promoting the study of Barnstable County history, genealogy and maritime
> c ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Stefanie" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Tuesday, February 08, 2005 2:48 PM
> Subject: [Q-R] Records for MA
>> How would I find the records from the Dartmouth Massachusetts and
>> Yarmouth Massachusetts area? Would Fall River, Massachusetts be part of
>> the Dartmouth meeting in the 1700 and 1800's? In Yarmouth I am
>> interested in the late 1600 to 1800.
>> Thank you,
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