History of the Town of Holland, Massachusetts

Rev. Martin Lovering

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BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Rev. Lovering has prepared the history of Holland, Massachusetts, covering the founding and settlement of the town, and examining several other topics. Many biographical sketches are scattered throughout, and the second half of the book presents compiled genealogies of dozens of Holland families. The territory that became the town of Holland was originally part of Brimfield, which was established as early as 1714. Holland was set off as a separate district in 1783 and received its charter as a town in 1835. Thus, there had been European settlers in Holland for more than a century before the town charter was granted.Rev. Lovering arranged most of the historical half of the book by topics, such as schools, churches and the like. In several of these sections, the author included biographical sketches of ministers, soldiers (including all those identified as serving in the Civil War), and physicians. After the historical section and before the genealogical section, there are biographical sketches of many more prominent residents.A separate chapter transcribes marriages, births and deaths from the 1790s until about 1850. There are also baptisms from one of the churches. The births are arranged by families, with the result that births that occurred before the establishment of the district are included for some families.The second half of the book, about four hundred pages, comprises compiled genealogies of more than fifty Holland families. Some of these genealogies were compiled by family members rather than by the author. Thousands of inhabitants of Holland are treated in these genealogies.Summary by Robert Charles Anderson, FASGfor Archive CD Books USAThe CD includes high-quality images of every page as originally published (not just a transcript) and is fully searchable using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended) on any Windows, Macintosh, or Unix computer. The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation. A Brand New Quality CD Rom from a Full-Time Bookshop in business since 1992!. Bookseller Inventory #

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Book Description CD Archive. Condition: BRAND NEW. BRAND NEW Book on CD Rom - Rev. Lovering has prepared the history of Holland, Massachusetts, covering the founding and settlement of the town, and examining several other topics. Many biographical sketches are scattered throughout, and the second half of the book presents compiled genealogies of dozens of Holland families. The territory that became the town of Holland was originally part of Brimfield, which was established as early as 1714. Holland was set off as a separate district in 1783 and received its charter as a town in 1835. Thus, there had been European settlers in Holland for more than a century before the town charter was granted.Rev. Lovering arranged most of the historical half of the book by topics, such as schools, churches and the like. In several of these sections, the author included biographical sketches of ministers, soldiers (including all those identified as serving in the Civil War), and physicians. After the historical section and before the genealogical section, there are biographical sketches of many more prominent residents.A separate chapter transcribes marriages, births and deaths from the 1790s until about 1850. There are also baptisms from one of the churches. The births are arranged by families, with the result that births that occurred before the establishment of the district are included for some families.The second half of the book, about four hundred pages, comprises compiled genealogies of more than fifty Holland families. Some of these genealogies were compiled by family members rather than by the author. Thousands of inhabitants of Holland are treated in these genealogies.Summary by Robert Charles Anderson, FASGfor Archive CD Books USAThe CD includes high-quality images of every page as originally published (not just a transcript) and is fully searchable using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 4 or later recommended) on any Windows, Macintosh, or Unix computer. The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation. A Brand New Quality CD Rom from a Full-Time Bookshop in business since 1992!. Seller Inventory # 2646098

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Lovering, Martin, Rev.
Published by The Tuttle Company/Marble City Press Rutland, VT 1915 (1915)
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Book Description The Tuttle Company/Marble City Press Rutland, VT 1915, 1915. Good+ 8vo = over 9" 749pp Blue cloth hard covers, gilt lettering on spine, gilt is darkened. Some light wear, a little staining along bottom front edge, pages very lightly browned, darker at edges, pages very clean. Contains a fold-out map in excellent condition and several photo plates including frontispiece portrait of author. Previous owner's bookplate inside front cover. Front hinge cracked at page 14, otherwise binding is strong and all pages fully intact. Copies of 1940's newspaper articles about Holland inside. Seller Inventory # NF40121

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