Catalog Record: Genealogy, descendants of William and Dorcas Fallas of Boston, Massachusetts ... both male and female lines, brought down several generations, male lines, bearing the family name, are complete to date; other ancestors of William Albert Fallas, designated as allied families; some Hollands; the MacLarens and other ancestors of Sarah Lucinda MacLaren; the Brewer family, some descendants of John and Dorcas Brewer of Boston | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Genealogy, descendants of William and Dorcas Fallas of Boston, Massachusetts ... both male and female lines, brought down several generations, male lines, bearing the family name, are complete to date; other ancestors of William Albert Fallas, designated as allied families; some Hollands; the MacLarens and other ancestors of Sarah Lucinda MacLaren; the Brewer family, some descendants of John and Dorcas Brewer of Boston; compiled, edited and published by Lura F. Alexander.

Main Author: Alexander, Lura F. b. 1860.
Language(s): English
Published: Kansas City, Mo., 1929.
Subjects: Brewer family.
MacLaren family.
Holland family.
Fallas family.
Note: Lettered on cover: Fallass--Fallas and allied families.
Physical Description: 325 p. front., pl., ports., col. coat of arms. 24 cm.
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