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Phillip S CUMMINGS (CUMMINS) - Early Old Colony Families


"Philip Cummings bought land in Dartmouth, Mass., in June, 1687, and was constable. Elizabeth, mentioned there in 1706, may have been his wife. Eight children appear to have been registered there between Jan. 3, 1686, and Sept 25, 1704. A John, whose wife was Martha, bought lands in Dartmouth as early as 1726. His will was proved in Sept., 1772, and he left daughters, Sarah, who married ____ Pettis, and Elizabeth, who married ____ Horton; also a son John and a grandson Alanson..."


Title The Cummings Memorial: A Genealogical History of the Descendants of Isaac Cummings, an Early Settler of Topsfield, Massachusetts
Compiled by George Mooar
Publisher B.F. Cummings, 1903
Original from Harvard University
Digitized Sep 20, 2006
Length 532 pages



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