Charles Crowell and Susan Ploof
ByClayton Lee CrowellBarbara Crowell Filbin
This is the softcover version of a tale told in documents tracing the Crowell/Ploof descent from 70 families immigrating to New England between about 1620 and 1640. By late nineteenth century, descendants of all of those families had married into the core line begun by John Crowe/Crowell, who arrived in New England in 1634. Among those 70 families are Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower, as well as Oliver Mainwaring and Anne Marbury Hutchinson, both with proven descents from Charlemagne and William the Conqueror. We recount the westward movement of the Crowe/Crowell line through 12 generations spanning 400 years, through Charles Crowell and Susan Ploof, to Americans alive today. Click the preview link for a sample family sketch and a list of the included families, maps, and documents (wills, obituaries, deeds). 496 pages, fully indexed; extensive photography; 1288 footnotes and source references. Also available in hardcover.
- Publication Date
- Sep 30, 2011
- Biographies & Memoirs
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- By (author): Clayton Lee Crowell, By (author): Barbara Crowell Filbin