Author: Charles Nelson Sinnett
Title: Richard Pinkham of old Dover, New Hampshire and his descendants East and West
Publisher: Concord, N.H. : Rumford Printing Co.
Subject (keywords, tags): Pinkham family
Contributor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Size: 264 kb
||Original Copy of the Book
||The original copy of the book has the following written inside the front cover:
Walter Faulke Pinkham Westfield Ind.
Given to Eleanor (Hill) Mitchell by Uncle Walter on 6/10/72
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