The Great Migration: Immigrants to New England 1634–1635, Volume V, M–P
Author: Robert Charles Anderson
The years 1634 and 1635 were watershed years for New England immigration, representing as much as 20% of the total for the period 1620–1640. This now-complete seven-volume set provides profiles of more than 1,400 early New England immigrants. Each volume includes a discussion on the methods and sources used, more than 200 genealogical sketches, and comprehensive every-name and place indexes. 1999–2011
This volume covers surnames from M-P, including: John Mansfield, Thomas Marrett, Christopher Marshall, Edmond Marshall, Thomas Marshfield, Matthew Marvin, Emma Mason, Hugh Mason, Richard Mather, Nicholas Merritt, Joseph Metcalf, Thomas Millett, Matthew Mitchell, Isaac Mixer, Isaac More, Anthony Morse, Joseph Morse, Samuel Morse, William Morse, Adam Mott, Edmund Munnings, George Munnings, Joseph Mygate, Robert Nanney, William Nash, Thomas Newberry, Francis Newcomb, Walter Nichols, John Niles, James Noyes, Nicholas Noyes, Thomas Olney, Robert Onion, Christopher Osgood, John Otis, William Paddy, Thomas Page, William Paine, Ann Pankhurst, Thomas Parish, George Partridge, Edward Payson, Giles Payson, Francis Peabody, Robert Pennoyer, Hugh Peter, David Phippen, Henry Pinder, William Potter, and John Prince.