The Genealogies of Samuel Packard of Bridgewater, Massachusetts and Abel Packard of Cummington, Mass. Details six generations of descendants from Samuel Packard and Abel Packard in Plymouth County, Mass.. Product #: 5800118106077 based on 0 reviews Regular price: $12.00 $12.00
The Genealogies of Samuel Packard of Bridgewater, Massachusetts and Abel Packard of Cummington, Mass.
Written in 1871, this book by Rev. Theophilus Packard details generations of the following two Packard families of Massachusetts: Samuel Packard, who immigrated from England in 1638 and settled early in Bridgewater, where he was licensed to keep a tavern, and Abel Packard, his greatgrandson. Abel Packard was born in North Bridgewater (now Brockton) in 1729 and removed to Cummington, where his family lived for many generations.
Included are a list of college graduates bearing the Packard name, and a full index.
Allied families include Alden, Alger, Allen, Ames, Bailey, Bartlett, Bates, Benson,Brett, Bryant, Carpenter, Church, Conant, Cooley, Copeland, Davenport, Dawes, Dole, Dunbar, Edson, Field, Forbes, French, Fuller, Hawks, Hayward, Hazard, Hooper, Howard, Keith, Kingman, Latham, Leach, Leonard, Mitchell, Narramore, Orcutt, Perkins, Porter, Richards, Shaw, Snell, Snow,
Southworth, Warren, Washburn, and many more.
Publisher's Note: This is not a reprint of the original text - the original has been converted to modern fonts and formatting for easier reading. It has been given a new table of contents and index. Any corrections made by the author at the end of the book have now been made to the text itself. Other than these changes, the book is as the author originally wrote it.
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|Author||Rev. Theophilus Packard|
|Publisher||Old Bridgewater Historical Society|
|Publishing Date||1871, 2016|
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