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The Pillsbury Book was followed by a book about the family reunion held in Mass. around the same time. The first reunion was in 1888. My g-uncle, Daniel Pillsbury of the Sandown line, brother to Harlin, attended the reunion in September of 1891. I also have what is evidently an original version of the book. It is slightly different and appears to have been edited. I believe this was done by either Harlin or by his wife, Harriet Foster Pillsbury. My line is: William (1), Moses (3), Caleb (10), Benjamin (31), Benjamin (62), Samuel (147) Benjamin L. (371), Harlin (635), Ernest, Arthur. I have a copy of it as well as the Pillsbury Book. I found in continuing research that many details regarding the family history in NH were very abbreviated. But the book is wonderful as a reference.
I am looking for imformation regarding the other offspring of my Pillsbury ancestors.