Puritain Ancestry

“It is something to boast of one’s Puritan ancestry, but a
privilege to be used in moderation; and one might pluck some
bitter-sweet fruit off the family tree, possibly, in a candid reading
of Stark’s Loyalists of Massachusetts and the Other Side of the
American Revolution. The possessor of the humble patronymic
may possibly have cause to feel grateful.”

Herbert Milton Sylvester, Indian Wars of New Englandt

The Loyalists of Massachusetts and
the Other Side of the American Revolution
Book by James H. Stark; J.H. Stark, 1910.

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About Carla Gade

Carla is a historical fiction novelist and webmaster. She is also a family historian and has been an adult education instructor of HTML and Genealogy Online. She lives in New England with her family.
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One Response to Puritain Ancestry

  1. Evelyn J. Cromwell says:

    Learned today, to my surprise, that Major Frost was connected to my family. Thank you for a very interesting article.

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