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From: "Linda M. Bindbeutel" <>
Subject: Re: [GENMASSACHUSETTS] Trip to Plymouth
Date: Sat, 5 May 2007 13:07:47 -0400
Sounds as if you are in for a wonderful trip. Have you read the book by D.
Kenelm Winslow, "Mayflower Heritage?" I found this book in an antique shop
along with two others "Diary of Anna Green Winslow - A boston School Girl of
1771" edited by Alice Morse Earle and "The Master of the Mayflower" by Henry
Justin Smith. I have enjoyed all three books. You might enjoy these also.
Enjoy your trip!!
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Sent: Saturday, May 05, 2007 12:30 PM
Subject: [GENMASSACHUSETTS] Trip to Plymouth
> I lived in marshfield, Ma just north of Plymouth for nine years not
knowing that my 8 x great grandmother and grandfathe, Kenelm & Elinor
Winslow lived in the town. Elinor is buried in the Winslow Cemetery. We
visited Plymouth many times.
> Our children's school books had the Plymouth story all wrong. It has been
so hyped over the years but the true story is much more exciting.
> I'm planning a trip to Cape Cod this month. I'm meeting a bunch of second
cousins I found on the web, in Boston. We will travel to Pittstown, NY to
view the Gibbs cemetery where our 3 x great grandparents are buried. I will
take them to Marshfield, Plymouth and Swansea, Ma.
> Our 8 x great grandparents, Samuel Eddy and his wife arrived in Plymouth
in 1630. There is a monument to them in the park across from the "rock".
> The history of New England is fascinating.having been raised in Oregon
where history is only a 100 yeears old at best.
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