Sources
Sources

1. Family tradition from Robert Paul O’Hara.
2. Death Certificate, 27 November 1905, Massachusetts, 1905, Vol. 30, p. 396, No. 1578.
3. FamilySearch, http://www.familysearch.org.
4. Bible given to “Zechariah and Marcella C. Fitch from their sincere friend Joshua Green / Groton / 1 Dec 1861,” New York: American Bible Society, 1859. In possession of RJO.
5. Samuel A. Green, Groton During the Indian Wars, Groton: Privately Printed, 1883.
6. Jayne Pratt Lovelace, The Pratt Directory, 1998 ed., East Haddam, Connecticut: Ancestor House, 1998.
7. Jayne Pratt Lovelace, The Pratt Directory, 1998 ed., East Haddam, Connecticut: Ancestor House, 1998, p. 643.
8. Ezra S. Stearns, “The descendants of Dea. Zachary Fitch of Reading,” New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 55: 288-294, 400-407; 56: 41-47, 1901-1902.
9. Elinor F. Skeate (ed.), Groton Family Newsletter, 6(4): 9, Jul-Aug 1998.
10. Virginia A. May, “Descendants of Isaac Woods,” 14-page mimeograph prepared about 1976 (being a continuation of “The Woods Family of Groton” by Henry Ernest Woods, 1910), accompanied by a two-page mimeograph headed “We are descended directly from the following original proprietors of Groton, Mass.” which traces Isaac Woods’ ancestry back to twelve Groton proprietors. p. 3.
11. Elinor F. Skeate (ed.), The Family of Samuel Woods of Groton, MA, Privately Printed, 1998.
12. Virginia A. May, “Descendants of Isaac Woods,” 14-page mimeograph prepared about 1976 (being a continuation of “The Woods Family of Groton” by Henry Ernest Woods, 1910), accompanied by a two-page mimeograph headed “We are descended directly from the following original proprietors of Groton, Mass.” which traces Isaac Woods’ ancestry back to twelve Groton proprietors. p. 2.
13. Elias Nason, A History of the Town of Dunstable, Massachusetts, Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, 1877, pp. 226-27.
14. Virginia A. May, “Descendants of Isaac Woods,” 14-page mimeograph prepared about 1976 (being a continuation of “The Woods Family of Groton” by Henry Ernest Woods, 1910), accompanied by a two-page mimeograph headed “We are descended directly from the following original proprietors of Groton, Mass.” which traces Isaac Woods’ ancestry back to twelve Groton proprietors. p. 2.
15. Elinor F. Skeate (ed.), The Family of Samuel Woods of Groton, MA, Privately Printed, 1998, p. 141.
16. Elinor F. Skeate (ed.), The Family of Samuel Woods of Groton, MA, Privately Printed, 1998, p. 141.
17. George Mooar, The Cummings Memorial, a Genealogical History of the Descendants of Isaac Cummings, an Early Settler of Topsfield, Massachusetts, New York: B.F. Cummings, 1903, pp. 382-3.
18. Peter George Parkhurst (PeterParkhurst@compuserve.com), 12143 Hilltop Drive, Los Altos Hills, California 94024, to RJO, 1 June 1998.
19. “Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution,” CD ROM ed., Novato, California: Brøderbund Software, Inc., 1997, 5: 739.
20. Caleb Butler, History of the Town of Groton, Including Pepperell and Shirley, From the First Grant of Groton Plantation in 1655, Boston: T.R. Marvin, 1848, pp. 56-7.
21. William H. Manning, “The Lakin family of Groton,” New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 63: 318-326, 1909.
22. Hudson, Charles, History of the Town of Lexington (2 vols.), Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1913, 2: 255.
23. Hudson, Charles, History of the Town of Lexington (2 vols.), Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1913, 2: 255.
24. Hudson, Charles, History of the Town of Lexington (2 vols.), Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1913.
25. Lilley Eaton, Genealogical History of the Town of Reading, Mass., Including the Present Towns of Wakefield, Reading, and North Reading, with Chronological and Historical Sketches, from 1639 to 1874, Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, 1874, p. 19.
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