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From: bobbi <>
Subject: Re: [SMITH] Re: SMITH-D Digest V00 #378 (Brown Genealogy)
Date: Mon, 06 Nov 2000 10:07:26 -0500
Hi Sue and Joe,
I hope you post your requests and answers to the list.
I too, have SMITH's from Maine and Mass.
On 5 November, Sue Kline wrote:
> Does anyone out there know where I could get a copy of the Brown
> Genealogy, Vol. I and II, by Cyrus Brown, 1915. It contains some of my
> SMITH genealogy, also the BROWN family back to Lynn, Mass. 1600s and also
> the MAIN family . Someone on this list corresponded with me about the
> MAIN family and the book, awhile ago, and I can't remember who it was.
> Thanks, Sue (SMITH) Kline
I bought my copies twenty-some years ago from Higginson Books in Salem.
I checked their website - home page
and found in their catalog, http://www.higginsonbooks.com/b.htm#bro
"BROWN Genealogy; desc. of Thomas, John & Eleazor Brown, sons of Thomas
Mary (Newhall) Brown of Lynn, Ma., 1629-1915, by C.H. Brown. 618+611p.,
Vol. 1907. $81.50/vol."
As you may know, Higginson's books are nicely bound photocopies of old
books. The New England Historic Genealogical Society also
sells photo dupes, but I don't have my copy of their catalog handy.
The Brown Genealogies, like all out-of-print genealogies, are a bit
pricey. You may not need or want both volumes. If you wish, I
would be pleased to check my copies to see in which volumes specific
individuals are mentioned
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