4537Re: [Endicott_Gen] Some Updates from Gordon S. Harmon
- Dec 5, 2013still here
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From: martha pike <mapike@...>
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Subject: Re: [Endicott_Gen] Some Updates from Gordon S. HarmonMerry Christmas to all on the Endecott
Gen!Martha Pike----- Original Message -----From:Gordon S.
HarmonSent: Tuesday, December 03, 2013 10:14
AMSubject: [Endicott_Gen] Some Updates from
Gordon S. Harmon [1 Attachment]
Hi All on the Endicott Gen
Since the redesign of the
yahoo Endicott Gen is not very user friendly these days to try to upload
files to the files section, I am sending this update...as an attachment direct
to the Gen list.
Update: November 22, 2013 Endicott Pear
Tree Scion Grafting Project. The old version has been deleted in
the files section.
I suspect if there are any addtional updates
or corrections, the Project Manager will let us know.
meantime, A Very Merry Christmas to ALL.
ps....Since the Gen seems pretty quite
these days, perhaps its time for another ROLL CALL. Are you
The soon to be released Endecott-Endicott Family
Association, Inc. Journal - Our Endicott Heritage Trail
Fall-Winter, 2013 Vol. 9 No. 2 will have some very exciting
results of the year long (2013) Devonshire, County Devon,
England research on the exact ancestry on Governor John Endecott
(1588-1665). In some areas, it continues as a work in progress into
Part of this research will show the Indecott family connection
of Marldon, Devonshire (these includes the three brothers John, Gilbert and
William who migrated to the Mass Bay Colony ca. 1666 and were contemporaries
of the Governor's sons, John and Dr. Zerrubbabel) to the Endecott family
connection of Stoke-in-Teignhead, Devonshire. This was made possible from
finding some very important original primary source documents in the
Devon Archival Centre in Exeter, Devon, England in October, 2013.
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