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Just as Jonathan Fairbanks or John Prescott could not accomplish the things they did without their family, friends, and business associates. This blog and future book could not be brought to life with out the help of so many others.
This is just the start of the list of many who have helped and those who will help in the future. Together we can make this project a quality way to share Colonial New England History and the story of the Fairbanks and Prescott family. Please visit often to see new names that will be added.
Shawnee Fairbanks Korff, a fellow researcher, provider of pictures of England and editing support.
The Winthrop Society.
Daniell Neff, Curator of The Fairbanks House, a provider of answers to Fairbanks questions and details and curator of historical home and objects of the family.
The Dedham Historical Society and Museum, providing historical resources and keepers of Fairbanks items and history.
Lancaster Historical Commission, especially Chairperson, Heather Lennon, and past Chairman, Michael Sczerzen.
Linda Patti, friend and resident of Lancaster, Massachusetts, who brings so much Massachusetts history to Florida
Maryanne MacLeod, resident and researcher of 17th Century Lancaster, Massachusetts
Sterling Historical Society
Thayer Memorial Library, especially Karen Silverthorn
Worcester Aniquarian Society
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Janis Hall Heck, critique partner
Maureen Dombrowski, copy editor
Naples Word Weavers Critique group