Between 1903 and 1916 the New York
Genealogical and Biographical Record
published four abstracted works which
comprise this database dealing with
English ancestry of American colonists.
These four works include records of
wills for families during the 17th and
18th Centuries and uses English
probate records and depositions. This
compilation is particularly valuable
to those with English ancestors who
emigrated to the Colonies before the
Lea, J. Henry and J. R.
Hutchinson. "Clues from English Archives
Contributory to American Genealogy,"
Withington, Lothrop. "New York
Gleanings in England," Hutchinson, J. R.
"Genealogical Notes from the High
Court of Admiralty Examinations," Gilbert,
William. "A Digest of Essex
Wills. With Particular Reference to Names of
Importance in the American
Colonies" New York Genealogical and Biographical
Record. vols. 34-44, 47,
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Database: English Origins of
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English Origins of American
Colonists, p. English Origins of AMERICAN
NEW YORK GLEANINGS IN
ENGLAND. CONTRIBUTED BY LOTHROP WlTHINGTON, LONDON.
[p.123] NEW YORK
GLEANINGS IN ENGLAND, Including "Gleanings," by Henry F.
Waters, not before
printed. CONTRIBUTED BY LOTHROP WITHINGTON, 30 Little
Russell St., W. C.,
John Lord Lovelace, Baron of Hurly, Berks, late Governor
of New York,
deceased. Administration 1 February, 1713-14, to his relict
dowager Baroness of Hurly. Ditto, 1714, folio 25.