I will be tackling the Mohegan lineages that ties into my lines next~


I am just waiting on several books to come in and I will be tackling the Mohegan lines mostly in the Montville Ct. area and the Uncas lineages – I have done much work on Uncas but the time frame I am needing is the 1700’s to the 1750’s and my research has lead me to Montville CT – not just on my Paternal sides but also my Maternal sides (Gilbert’s, Pratt’s and such)

I have just received my soft cover copy of
History of Montville, CT: Formerly the North Parish of New London from 1640-1896
by Henry Augustus Baker which I will be tackling (724 pgs)
It has genealogy of the earlier settlers, Military and so much more – digital copy just wasn’t cutting it for me – I mark and make notes in my actual copies – it is how I do my research~
Free Google EBook
Free digital copy at Internet Archives
ancestry.com search here
I want to send a thank you to Cheryl (Sheri) Church who found the book for me~
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