The Mary & John Clearing House usually only distributes books, videos and other materials that we have published or produced ourselves. However, we sometimes come across materials from other authors we feel will benefit our Mary and John audience. Here are some excellent resource materials that you may find useful in your research. Enjoy!
Other Books Relating to the Mary and John People
BYGOD EGGLESTON: ENGLISH & COLONIST AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS. By Dr. Rosalie Eggleston & Linda McBroom, Softbound 1991. 137 pages.
This is the most comprehensive book ever published on the English ancestry of BYGOD EGGLESTON (1586-1674) of Windsor, CT. This work is the result of extensive new research by Dr. Rosalie Eggleston of Birmingham, England & Linda McBroom of Steliacoom, WA. They visited and photographed the towns of Settrington & Norwich where Bygod Eggleston lived and found new records, never before published. This book contains many photos and maps and also the first four generations on Bygod Eggleston's descendants.
ROGER CLAPP'S MEMOIRS, WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE VOYAGE OF THE MARY & JOHN 1630. Reprint. 62 pages.
This reprint of Roger Clapp's memoirs written in the 17th century, is one of the few first-hand accounts of life in New England during the Great Migration. This Mary & John passenger of 1630 describes the early days of hardships and suffering in the wilderness of those brave and hardy English men, women and children. This edition includes newly gathered material, photos and maps, from Salcombe Regis, Devon, the birthplace of Roger Clapp.
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