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History and genealogy of the Lexington, Massachusetts Munroes

by Richard S. Munroe

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Published in [Holyoke? Mass.] .
Written in English


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Statementcompiled by Richard S. Munroe
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LC ClassificationsCS71 .M9678 1966
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 468 p. ;
Number of Pages468
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Open LibraryOL24870321M
LC Control Number66031278

History of Lexington 1st Edition Hudson, History of Lexington 1st Edition Hudson, History of Lexington 1st Edition Hudson, History of Lexington 1st Edition. William Munroe, the ancestor of all the Munroes of Lexington and this vicinity, was born in S cotland in and descended from the Munro Clan in Scotland of which we have already en: Hannah Munroe, George Munroe, Susanna Munroe, Sarah Munroe, Eleanor Munroe.   Munro: Sketch of the Munro Clan; Also of William Munro who, Deported from Scotland, Settled in Lexington, Massachusetts, and some of his Posterity by J. P. Munro, , out of print, yet available Author: Heather Wilkinson Rojo.

Richard S Munroe and Ann Monroe Organ, compiler, History and Genealogy of the Lexington, Massachusetts Munroes (original edition by Richard S. Munroe, Florence, Mass.: Ann Monroe Organ, (second edition)). Watertown Records Comprising the First and Second Books of Town Proceedings with the Lands Grants and Possessions also the Proprietors' Book and the First Book and Supplement of Births Deaths and Marriages. Watertown, MA: Press of Fred G. Barker, (4 volumes). [S] Woods, Henry Ernest.

Book concentrates on the specific area of Lexington, Nassachuetts, but also studies variations on the Munroe name, including Monro, Monroe, Munro and Munroe. Begins with the story of Munroe clan's Scottish heritage and its first American descendent, William Munroe. A sketch of the Munroe clan, also of William Munro who, deported from Scotland, settled in Lexington, Massachusetts, and of some of his posterity. Together with a letter from Sarah Munroe to Mary Mason descriptive of the visit of President Washington to Lexington in Author: Munroe, James Phinney,


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History and genealogy of the Lexington, Massachusetts Munroes by Richard S. Munroe, edition, in EnglishPages: Hudson, C. & Lexington Historical Society. () History of the town of Lexington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, from its first settlement to. Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin company.

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Lexington is a suburban town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United is 11 miles (17km) from Downtown population at the census, which was estimated at 33, in Settled in as a farming community, it is well known as the site of the first shots of the American Revolutionary War, in the Battle of Lexington on Ap County: Middlesex.

Clan Munro (listen (help info); Scottish Gaelic: Clann an Rothaich [ˈkʰl̪ˠãũn̪ˠ ə ˈrˠɔhɪç]) is a Highland Scottish clan of Irish origins. Historically the clan was based in Easter Ross in the Scottish ional origins of the clan give its founder as Donald Munro who came from the north of Ireland and settled in Scotland in the eleventh century, though its true District: Easter-Ross.

History of the town of Lexington, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, from its settlement to with a genealogical register of Lexington families Genealogy Gophers. Lexington: a hand-book of its points of interest, historical and picturesque Family History Library.

Page - David Russell, John Mason and Thomas "Cutteller" "ware plast In ye second seat in ye front gallereye." His homestead was near Spring Street on the Watertown (now Waltham) line, (see Middlesex Co.

Regist. of Deeds, Vol. 16 p. He was an assessor ina selectman inand was appointed a tythingman at the first town meeting after the town was s: 1. Genealogy & Local History The Kentucky Room, located on the third floor of the Central Library, contains a wealth of information about Kentucky and Fayette County.

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Family history (genealogy and biography), []; IV. Artifact, [ca. FAMILY HISTORY: A family of Lexington, Roxbury, and Concord, Massachusetts, descended from William Munro (/), a Scottish prisoner of war taken by Cromwell’s forces at the Battle of Worcester and exiled to America.

The original William Munro was a. The Chapman Genealogy a Genealogical Memoir of the Known Decendants of Ralph Chapman and Lydia Wills of Duxbury, Massachusetts History and genealogy of the Lexington, Massachusetts Munroes, Upham genealogy: The descendants of John Upham, of Massachusetts, who came from England inand lived in Weymouth and Malden.

Munroe Tavern, located at Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, Massachusetts, is an American Revolutionary War site that played a prominent role in the Battle of Lexington and is now preserved and operated as a museum by the Lexington Historical Society, with exhibits highlighting the role and perspective of the British soldiers during the outbreak of the nates: 42°26′″N 71°12′″W.

Munro, Richard S. "History and Genealogy of the Lexington, Massachusetts, Munroes". Munro, R.W. "The Munro Tree ". Published inEdinburgh. ISBN Roberts, John L. "Clan, King and Covenant. The History of the Highland Clans from the Civil War to the Glencoe Massacre". ISBN. James Phinney Munroe.

"A Sketch of the Clan Munro and William Munroe, Deported from Scotland, settled in Lexington, Massachusetts". Munro, Richard S. "History and Genealogy of the Lexington, Massachusetts, Munroes".

Munro, R.W. "The Munro Tree ". Published inEdinburgh. ISBN Roberts, John L. "Clan, King and .54 Annual Town Reports Franklin Massachusetts Ma History Genealogy Norfolk. $ Alexander Lovell. Alexander Lovell Genealogy Bowman Medfield Norfolk Ma Massachusetts Leland. $ Dennis Massachusetts. Dennis Massachusetts Vital Records 3 Vols Scarce Genealogy.

There is no compiled genealogy of either family. Joseph Elmer Allen and his wife, Carrie Maude Batchelder, are in the Batchelder, Batcheller Genealogy by Frederick Clifton Pierce, published by the author in Chicago,(with various updates), on page Lists only two children, three more were born after publication.