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Excerpt from Loring Genealogy: Compiled From "the Chronicles or Ancestral Records" Of James Speare Loring, From His Original Manuscript in Possession of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, by Permission; From the Manuscripts of John Arthur Loring, and From Many Other Sources
The latter copied all Loring births, marriages and deaths found in the office of the Secretary of State of Massachusetts, the transcripts of town and city records Since 1840, obtained addresses of Lorings in some five hundred cities and towns from directories (in the library of Sampson Murdock Company, Boston), sent out circulars to the persons thus found and carried on an extensive correspondence to get the largest practicable roll of the family. This work has been done at the charges and in accord with the ideas of Miss Loring above mentioned, whose large experience in library and other matters has made her service to the genealogy very valuable. Thus the work has grown and rounded out and gained in substance, till the latest returns from Spain and additions to the cradle-roll have been included, and the book is issued.
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