GEORGE LITTLE Family Association

George Little
Family Association

George Little was a tailor on Unicorn Street (near London Bridge). In 1640 he came to America and became one of the first settlers in Newbury, Massachusetts. The farm he established there is STILL cultivated by his descendants and may be the oldest farm in the United States continually cultivated by the same family.

Welcome page
Organization Page
Genealogy Research Links
Descendants email

2000 Reunion - August 17-19, 2000
See Newsletter for details
Reunion Pictures

In 1989, the George Little Family Association (GLFA) was created in order to preserve the treasures, artifacts and memories which have been passed down through the years for the benefit of living and future generations.

In 1990, the first weekend reunion brought 350 people to the family homestead in Newbury. A second reunion was held in 1995 and the third reunion was held August 17-19, 2000.

For pictures of the 2000 reunion see Reunion Pictures

Another aim of the GLFA is to update "The Descendants of George Little who came to Newbury, Mass in 1640", a 620 page history and genealogy published by George Thomas Little in 1882. A number of branches have already been doing this. Nine newsletters and a directory have been produced to share the information that is available.

Reprints of the 1882 genealogy are available for $125. Price Reduced to $100!!

Little Genealogy

For a list of Little family SURNAMES

For a list of Little family PERSONS

For a list of Little family SOURCES


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for the George Little Family Association
(Revised 22 August 2000)

David W. Barrow III

1894 Elm Drive - Town of Cedarburg
West Bend, WI 53095-9603
Telephone: (262) 375-2667
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