Is there a reason Joseph Hardy is not PGM?

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He already has Anderson's Great Migration as a source and he arrived before 1637 when he received a land grant.

WikiTree profile: Joseph Hardy
in Genealogy Help by Lucy Selvaggio-Diaz G2G6 Pilot (539k points)
Probably not - there are a lot of profiles that just haven't been added to that.
Lucy, if you can demonstrate that he was in New England by 1640, we are happy to add him.
I just took a closer look. His father emigrated in the 1630s and Joseph was born before emigration, so yes, he qualifies.

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Best answer
I added the project as co-manager
by Anne B G2G Astronaut (1.2m points)
selected by Bobbie Hall
thanks Anne & Jillaine.  You are both appreciated very much.
+2 votes
There is certainly the probability that some second generation PGM migrants do not yet have the PGM project box.

If a minor migrated to New England with their parents, and the family unit migrated between 1620-1640, they are all eligible to be included in the Puritan Great Migration project.
by Cheryl Skordahl G2G6 Pilot (224k points)

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