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Some of the descendants of John Hoskins who came from Plymouth, England, to America in 1630 by Luella H. Nitschke

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Published by [publisher not identified] in Syracuse, N.Y .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Authorship established from introduction.

Other titlesHoskins history, 1630-1957
The Physical Object
Pagination[11], 23, [5] leaves ;
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26640431M

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JOHN HOSKINS / HASKINS There's no concrete proof who John Hoskins' father was. The eminent genealogist Donald Jacobus had a section on John's father in "The Granberry Family and Allied Families", published in Comment: page book is in good condition with slight edgewear, slight discoloration of cover, and previous owner's name inside the front cover. No DJ. This ambitious work covers ten generations of Karrs, descendants of Captain John C. Karr, a Revolutionary War soldier, with family data gathered from family records, county records, history books, other genealogies, census records, cemeteries Author: Nola M Karr. Descendants of John Hosking This tree, as submitted in , showed ancestors of John Hoskyns in Herefordshire and Plymouth, Devon, named Hawkins, as far back as , and then further generations called De Hawking back to   John Adams admired the elderly man for his long experience in public life and good judgment in chambers, saying “He read Greek, Roman, and British the flow of his soul made his reading our own, and seemed to bring to recollection of all we had ever read.” Adams also enjoyed a more personal side of Hopkins.