Hi Alice --
According to my cousin, Wade Collier, who has done nearly ALL of the New England research on my family, the standard Loring genealogy is:
"The Loring Genealogy," Charles Henry Pope, 1917.
I don't know how far forward this comes. Wade says that it's "early New England." This work is available at the NEHGS.
As for the Lincoln genealogy, I have not yet been able to find out what's really available. I DO know that there is an annual Collier-Lincoln family reunion held in Cohasset, MA, a stone's throw from Hingham, where my immigrant ancestor settled. However, Cousin Wade seems to think that there is a wealth of Lincoln material also located at the NEHGS in Boston.
So, you may want to start there. I also have heard, but am unfamiliar with the east coast, that Augusta and Portland, ME, both have excellent genealogical libraries. Someone more experienced and familiar with the area than I am is more than welcome to jump in here with more informed suggestions.
Again, best of luck.
Oak Harbor, WA
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