The Hendrick Genealogy: Daniel Hendrick of Haverhill, Mass., and His Descendants, with an Appendix Containing Brief Accounts of Several Other Hendrick Families

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Tuttle Company, 1923 - Massachusetts - 699 pages
Daniel Hendrick immigrated between 1630 and 1640 to Hampton, New Hampshire and married Dorothy Pike as early as 1642. They lived in Newbury, Massachusetts before moving to Haverhill. He died between 1700 and 1713. Includes Cady, Cory, Dow, Ingalls, Putnam and related families.
 

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