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from 1635 to 1914

By Walter Geer and Florence E. Youngs (New York, 1914)

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   Two brothers, orphans, George and Thomas Geer were sent from England to America by an unscrupulous uncle, appointed their guardian, determined to retain their estate for his own.  They arrived in Boston in 1635 without friends or money.   George was about 14 years old; brother Thomas, about 9.  
   Not until 1651 does George's name appear in the records as one of the earliest settlers in New London, Connecticut.  Thomas resided in Salem, Mass. until at least 1676.
   George married Sarah Allyn in 1658 and they had seven sons.  George died at age 105.  Eight generations of his descendants are recorded in this book.
   Thomas Geer arrived in Enfield, Connecticut in about 1682. He married Deborah Davis and they had three known children; a son and two daughters.  He died at age 99 years.  His descendants are recorded to the eighth generation.
   Also in this book are sketches of allied families and unplaced Geers.
   Allied families include: Davis, Abbe, Pease, Sexton, Wright, Kemball, Allen, Scott, Spofford, Eaton, Hopkinson, Pearson, Tyler, Messenger, Van Buren, Danforth, Chamberlain, Shed, Coowie, Bushnell, Potter, Rice, Green, and Wiley.  

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