Sprague-related family tree and history websites
- "The Sprague Database is a computerized database containing information on more than 316,000 individuals from worldwide families of Sprague and Sprague-derivative names. (Derivative names include Sprag, Sprage, Spragg, Spragge, Spraggs, Spraggue, Sprags, Sprake, Spraig, Sprig, Sprigg, Sprigge, and Spriggs.) The largest sections of the database document the descendants of (1) Francis Sprague, who arrived in Massachusetts in 1623 and (2) Edward Sprague's three sons (Ralph, Richard, and William), who arrived in Massachusetts in 1629. The Spragg and Sprake lines are also major sections. Further, we include another 1,900+ Sprague family lines or individuals that do not yet connect to any of the major family lines in the project database. To see these unconnected Sprague and Sprague-derivative lines, please go to reports.
- "The purpose of the Sprague Database is to treat the entire Sprague family as a single entity. There are hundreds of people researching their own lines, but until now there has been no organized effort since the work of Dr. Warren Vincent Sprague (Sprague Families in America, published in 1913) to put this work together to benefit future generations. The Sprague Project is unusual in that it places equal emphasis on recording female and male descendant lines. The Sprague Database is an invaluable resource for those interested in the Sprague line."