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William Hannum and many related families left southern England on the ship The Mary and John in 1630 arriving in Mass. Brick wall came tumbling down: Willett family in Newbury, Mass in early 1600's. Miriam Short [in my Allen ancestors] was a passenger on the Welcome with William Penn. One of many on the Allen side that were prominent Quaker families. "The Welcome Claimants Proved, Disproved & Doubtful" by George E McCracken, PhD, FASG, FAAR. Editor, The American Genealogist. Genealogical Publishing Co, 1970. pp261-263, 472-476. My sisters and I descend from 19 or more [still doing research] ancestors that fought in the Revolutionary War. Recently broke through more brick walls to some Dutch ancestors in New Amsterdam, the Rathbun's from Block Island, Rhode Island, the Punch/Bunch family in Virginia....

Descendants of Charles Allen: "The Family of Charles Allen of Morgan County, Indiana." 1931. Edited and Indexed by Andrew C. Allen, nephew of Harvey Allen. "The Family of Charles Allen: Morgan County, Indiana" Compiled by Howard C. Allen. Morgan Printing, Austin, TX 1996. Howard is a first cousin of my grandmother Allen.

"The Hobson Family Lineage: Descendants of George and Elizabeth Hobson." c.1994 Compiled by Jay W. Hobson, 5805 Warwick Place, Columbus, GA 31904.

"The Family History of Wainner - Overton - McMurr[a]y - and interconnecting lines." by Merle Wainner Jeter, George D. Wainner, and others. Columbia, SC: Vogue Press, 1972.
"The Tennessee Colony" privately issued by Mrs. Rhuy K. McMurry. Greensburg, Kansas 1966.



The Hannums of Massachusetts by William H. Hannum
Send orders to: William H. Hannum, 213 Arlington Avenue, Naperville, IL 60565-3394.
$45.00 This book details the descendants of William Hannum--a passenger on the Mary and John,which landed in Dorchester, Massachusetts, in 1630--down through the mid-1940s. As such, it covers both the early Massachusetts roots of the family and the migration patterns to the states of New York, Ohio, Illinois, and points west. The Massachusetts line is one of two significant Hannum families in the United States, the other being the descendants of John and Margery Hannum of Chester, Pennsylvania. There is no identified connection between these two families. In addition, Chapte 1 is a compilation of what is known of the predecessor Hannum/Hannam/Hanham families in England prior to the mid-17th century. The book includes an every-name index, with females indexed by both their maiden and married name, and a place index. The book includes over 100 photographs.

"William Hannum of New England and some of his descendants" compiled by Rev. William Hamilton Hannum and published by the NEHGR in volumes 90 and 91.

"A Partial Record of the PEASE - PEES Families. The Descendants of Nicholas and Hannah Pees" Supplementary to the Book Compiled by John W. Anthony in 1931, Prepared by Earl H. Teagarden, Manhattan, KS., 1979.

"Genealogy and Biographical Sketches of Descendants of Abraham Tegarden, from arrival in America (including European background)" by Helen Elizabeth Vogt, published June, 1967. Revised and published in 1988 by George and Shirley Teagarden.

"A Window to the Past: A History of Peter Gortner-Cotner 1704-1753 His Descendants and Associated Families." by Neal N. Cotner and Virginia J. Cotner. 1994. Yakima, WA.

Decendants of Francis WILLETT Newbury, Mass.
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Updated January 10, 2014

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