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From: Ms Betty Fredericks <>
Subject: [GENMASSACHUSETTS] Little Harbor, MA, HARDY, HINES
Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2012 05:44:33 -0700 (PDT)
I wasn't sure, but I just checked on-line and Little Harbor seems to be on Cape Cod, and seems to be part of the Town of Woods Hole, and that is Barnstable County in MA.
I also just checked to see if a Stella HARDY or Stella HINES shows up in census records. The only one I found was in the 1880 census, and she was in Essex County at Age 12. HARDY is a popular name in MA, so there were many people with that surname from 1900 to 1920, etc. Not quite so many with the HINES name.
This is a web page it's nice to check out once in a while. But, it doesn't show Little Harbor as a village within a town in MA. And, I'm not seeing it as a town, either, so maybe it is just a place - like a .harbor. at Woods Hole.
Oh, this page says that Woods Hole is a place within the Town of Falmouth on Cape Cod:
I just rechecked census pages and don't see a HARDY or HINES couple in Falmouth in 1900-1920. Some were in other towns on Cape Cod.
Just a reminder that "Little Harbor" could be in other states, like Michigan which has the abbreviation, MI. And there are both HARDY and HINES people in Kent County, MI, 1900-1920.
Betty (near Lowell, MA)
(on Lists and Boards for 10 yrs.; now an Admin for 9 Lists and 3 Boards)
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