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Genealogical memoir of the Newcomb family, containing records of nearly every person of the name in America from 1635-1874. Also the first generation of children descended from females who have lost the name Newcomb by marriage. With notices of the family in England during the past seven hundred years

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Genealogical memoir of the Newcomb family, containing records of nearly every person of the name in America from 1635-1874. Also the first generation of children descended from females who have lost the name Newcomb by marriage. With notices of the family in England during the past seven hundred years

Genealogical memoir of the Newcomb family, containing records of nearly every person of the name in America from 1635-1874. Also the first generation of children descended from females who have lost the name Newcomb by marriage. With notices of the family in England during the past seven hundred years

Source : Internet Archive

Genealogical memoir of the Newcomb family, containing records of nearly every person of the name in America from 1635-1874. Also the first generation of children descended from females who have lost the name Newcomb by marriage. With notices of the family in England during the past seven hundred years

Genealogical memoir of the Newcomb family, containing records of nearly every person of the name in America from 1635-1874. Also the first generation of children descended from females who have lost the name Newcomb by marriage. With notices of the family in England during the past seven hundred years

Source : Internet Archive

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N. B., p. 115 , William A. Flack, of Lansingburgh, N. Y., p. 138.


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David Hanna Flack, son of Robert and Martha (Lytle) Flack, b. in Hebron, N. Y., Sept. 19, 1818, res. Lansingburgh,


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m. Mar. 25, 1845, David Hanna Flack, son of Robert and Martha (Lytle) Flack, b. in Hebron, N. Y., Sept.


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m. May 19, 1852, William Adam Flack (brother of David H., Avho m. her sister Sarah), b. at Lisbon, St.-Lawrence


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when he took his brother, Isaac G. Flack, as partner, and added groceries to the stock, dissolved in 1861, and