The book is "Your Family Tree" by David Starr Jordan and Sarah Louise Kimball; Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, MD, 1968; originally published in 1929. Library of Congress #67-28625.
I will enter this one section on one lie of David I, King of Scotland. The book goes back further into the ancestry in other sections.
"David I, King of Scotland, etc (see page 183)
John D'Arcy, 7th Baron D'Arcy (brother of Philip, 6th Baron, and son of John 5th Baron D'Arcy, and his wife Margaret, daughter of Sir Henry de Grey, Baron Grey of Wilson), father of
Richard D'Arcy, father of
Sir William D'Arcy, 1450-88, 8th Baron D'Arcy, father of
Sir Thomas D'Arcy, Lord D'Arcy of the North, 1509, K.G., father of
Sir Arthur D'Arcy, Knight, father of
Sir Edward D'Arcy, Knight, father of
Isabella D'Arcy, m. James Launce*, of Penair, St. Clement's Parish, Cornwall, 1597-d. ante 1655, and had
Mary Launce, b. after 1620, d. at Watertown, Mass., 9 November, 1710; m., in Connecticut, about 1648, Rev. John Sherman, 1613-85, of New Haven, Conn., and Watertown, Mass., and had
Abigail Sherman, b. 1 February, 1647/8, d. 167-, m., 8 August, 1664, (his first wife) Rev. Samuel Willard of Boston, b. Concord, 31 January, 1639/40, d. 12 September, 1707, pastor of the old South Church, 1678-1707, and President of Harvard College, 1701-07. Their daughter,
Abigail Willard, b. Groton, 5 July, 1665, d. 27 December, 1746, m (1) 29 Novewmber, 1694, Rev. Benjamin Estabrook, of Lexington, who d. July 1697, and she m. (2) in 1700, Rev. Samuel TREAT, of Estham (son of Robert Treat, 1622-1710, Governor of the Connecticut Colony, 1680), and had by him, who d. 18 March 1717, aged 69
EUNICE TREAT, 1704-47, who m. 1721, Rev. Thomas Paine, of Weymouth, 1694-1757, a descendant of Stephen Hopkins, of the 'Mayflower,' 1620, through his daughter Constance, wife of Nicholas Snow, whose daughter, Mary Snow, m. Thomas Paine, and had James Paine, father of Rev. Thomas Paine. Their son.
Robet Treat Paine, 1731-1814, Attorney-General and Judge of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, etc., a member of the Continental Congress and a signer of the Declaration of Independence; father of
Robert Treat Paine, poet.
*He was a Parliamentary man, a man learned and pious, who was killed i aduel over a religious dispute' (Mather's Magnalia, and other authorities quoted by Browning in 'Americans of Royal Descent, 6th ed., p. 446.)"
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