Tabor Mayflower descendants.

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I naively thought that the Mayflower Society would have "proven" descendant/ancestor lines and that all one had to do was graft in at a lower portion on the tree.  It turns out you need to show your own work for anyone outside the Silver books.  According to work done by my cousin, We are descended from Paul Tabor/Taber who is in the Silver book as the 5th generation.  From there:
§ Ebenezer Tabor 16 Mar 1745 Tiverton, Newport, Rhode Island - 1771 New Hampshire. m. Mary Berry 19 Mar 1765

§ Eben Tabor 12 Jun 1765 - 1816. m. Abigail Colby bef. 1808

§ Pardon E. Tabor 21 Feb 1808 Chester, Rockingham, New Hampshire - 15 May 1884 Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire m. Roxcennia (aka Roxanne, aka Roxy) Colby 29 Jan 1829

§ Susan P (Tabor) Ranlett 20 Aug 1839 Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire - 24 Dec 1888 Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampsire m. Charles Henry Ranlett 4 Apr 1860.

I know that most of these individuals have Wikietree entries, but what I'm curious about is any of you who have these ancestors trying to "prove" descent from Francis Cook to the satisfaction of the Mayflower Society.

in Genealogy Help by Bret Cantwell G2G6 Mach 1 (10.5k points)

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Yes I am trying to probe ancestry from Francis Cooke!!

From Mary Cooke married John Thomson

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