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Published by Massachusetts Sabbath School Society in Boston .
Written in English

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Edition Notes

Statementby Enoch Pond
SeriesSelected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 63986
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationviii, 180 p.
Number of Pages180
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14641457M

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Mather Family Library More than 1, printed books that once belonged to Richard (), Increase (), Cotton (), Samuel () Mather, and their families constitute the American Antiquarian Society's Mather Family Library. This collection is the largest extant portion of colonial New England's most important library. Mather Family Collection The American Antiquarian Society holds a rich collection of American and English editions of the writings of the Mather family published before This collection is comprised of the works of Richard Mather () of Dorchester, Massachusetts, and his descendants, notably his son Increase () and grandson Cotton (), plus the.   Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Skip to main content. This The Mather Family by Enoch Pond. Publication date Publisher Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University. A basic "family tree" of the Mathers showing the disposition of the library can be found here. About my library This library originated around with the books of Richard Mather (), the first Mather to arrive in America (in ). Richard's library was willed to his sons, with two-fifths going to Samuel and one-fifth of the collection going to Nathaniel, Eleazar, and .

The writer of the following pages, containing the Genealogy of the Mather family, has endeavored to make it as complete as possible, and with that view has devoted much time and labor, in searching the ancient family records, and in carrying on a protracted correspondence with the different branches of the family located in various parts of the country. This collection is Part I of the Mather Family Microfilm, a joint publication of the Massachusetts Historical Society and the American Antiquarian Society. The collection consists of the papers of Congregational clergyman Cotton Mather (), including miscellaneous religious writings, correspondence, diaries, and his unpublished 6-volume. Welcome to the Mather Family Tree. My name is Craig Mather and I have been tracing my family roots on and off for over forty years. I began as a child, talking with my maternal great grandmother about her and her husband's family and their . Dr. Increase Mather', son of Rev. Richard Mather, and his sons, Dr. Cotton Mather and Rev. Nathaniel Mather (See A Colonial Boyhood, Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 88 (), p. ), are so well known as to require no treatment here. The English home of the family was in Lawton, Winwick Parish, Lancashire, England.

5. A memoir of the Rev. Cotton Mather, D.D.: with a genealogy of the family of Mather Boston: Antiquarian Book Store, Drake, Samuel Gardner , pgs.: 6. Abstracts of the wills of the Mather family: proved in the Consistory Court of Chester, from to Boston, Mass.:Some deeds of the Mather Family of West Leigh, Lancashire, to Priv. print., .   texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top The Mather family by Pond, Enoch, Publication date [] Topics Mather family Publisher Boston, Massachusetts Sabbath School Society CollectionPages: Mather is the surname of a wizarding family, they are possibly extinct. It is unknown if they are pure-blood, or have both Muggle and magical status: Wizarding family, unknown degree. The Family Book by Todd Parr is a great way to teach and encourage children about the variety of family compositions. I can relate to this book because I have a very big and diverse family. While growing up I wasn't very conscious of the cultural differences within my family because I wasn't raised to focus on our differences/5.