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The Descendants of John Upham of Massachusetts
By: F. K. Upham, (Albany, N. Y., 1892).
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Order item B870
FORMAT: ELECTRONIC (CD-ROM) ONLY
The book is 629 pages. The full text has been converted to PDF format which is searchable using the Reader's "FIND" function, and it is fully indexed.
Price is $14.95 + $3.99 packing & shipping charge (Add $1.00 S&H for each additional volume ordered).
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The full name of the book is: "THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN UPHAM OF MASSACHUSETTS WHO CAME FROM ENGLAND IN 1635, AND LIVED IN WEYMOUTH AND MALDEN. EMBRACING OVER FIVE HUNDRED HEADS OF FAMILIES, EXTENDING INTO THE TENTH GENERATION."
John Upham was the first to bear his name in America, and so far as known, he was the ancestor of all who have since had the name in this country. He was born in England, probably in Somersetshire; but of his origin, or ancestry, nothing is known. He came to Weymouth with the Hull Colony... and according to which, the family at that time consisted of the following members: John Upham, age 35; Elizabeth Upham, age 32[wife]; Sarah Upham, age 26[sister]; John Upham, jr., age 7; Nathaniel Upham, age 5; Elizabeth Upham, age 3.
His wife, Elizabeth, was the mother of all his children, unless, which is not probable, and there is nothing: to indicate, there was an earlier marriage in England. With regard to his wife: her name is assumed to have been Webb, for the will of Richard Webb has this : "Also I appoint and design my loving friends, Deacon John Upham, of Maiden, Deacon Clapp and Lieut. Clapp, to be my executors,"
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