None of the zero distance genetic matches included Nancy (Healey) Parker, b. 1763 in Chester, New Hampshire. The only reference that I have found on Healey is in the History of Salisbury, New Hampshire. No parents were mentioned. Following the descendants of the William Browne (1615-1706) and Elizabeth Murford (1620-abt 1693) tree during the appropriate period. I found only three potential women. Sarah Goodwin, b. 1726, Abigail Goodwin, b. 1728, and Elizabeth Goodwin, b. 1733. The latter’s husband died shortly after marriage. Researching Chester New Hampshire during the period there were two brothers, Samuel Healey, b. 1720 and Paul Healey, b. 1728. Their step brother Nathaniel appeared unlikely and did not live in Chester during the period. Samuel actually lived in Raymond, N. H. but frequented the garrison in Chester during the Indian uprisings which occurred frequently during the period. Both had wives named Abigail. Both Samuel and Nathaniel’s family documentation is fair. Paul’s family documentation was poor, at best. Events between 1784, Nancy’s marriage, 1785 and 1786, Paul and Paul, Jr. departure from Chester, the poor documentation lead me to believe Paul is the most likely candidate, but I can’t rule out Samuel since only 15 of his 16 children can be found in documentation. Even if the father was Samuel or Nathaniel, in the end the most distant ancestor would be the same.
With respect to the zero distance matches, only three had trees. One was complete back to William Browne and Elizabeth Murford. One I worked back to William and Elizabeth. The final tree I traced back to an English Immigrant, b. 1811, to Canada. I informed both people of the results but they haven’t responded.