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By Charles Edwin Booth (New York, 1910).
ONE BRANCH OF THE BOOTH FAMILY
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Nine generations of the descendants of Robert Booth, who was born in England in about 1602, and who died in Saco, Maine shortly before October 26, 1672, are detailed in this book. The name of his first wife is not known. His children were: Mary, Ellen or Elinor, Simeon or Simon, Martha, and Robert, Jr.
The name of Robert Booth first appears in the records of the Massachusetts Bay Colony on a petition signed by the residents of Exeter, (N. H.), dated May 29, 1645. In 1648, after a brief stay in Wells, he settled in Saco, where he lived until the end of his life. He was closely associated with the Rev. John Wheelwright, perhaps serving as the clerk of Wheelwright's plantation.
The Booth family's connections to about 100 other immigrant families is also discussed in varying degrees of detail in this book. Extensive lists of references and footnotes where information about each family may be found is included. Those names are:
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