What is up with Richard Nason?

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Profile says it needs research,and yes it does,problem is....

I really do not know what too make of all the information. Narratives keep saying married in York,Province 1639,and was in York Province,pipe stone landing by either 1622 or 1631.

some narratives say he is from Venice,Italy. All narratives say he is the son of "Capt.John Nason" who is coined as "the father of the great migration"?(of course,that helps lol) Even though there is no mention of him in New Hampshire,which was John Nasons patent..York,Province was "Ferdinando Gorges's" patent. And I read through the calendar of the state papers. And can't find mention of This Richard Nason of Kittery.

is he a provable PGM or not?

http://www.draboldpapai.org/getperson.php?personID=I5002&tree=dadancestry
WikiTree profile: Richard Nason
in Genealogy Help by Troy Smith G2G6 Mach 5 (54.7k points)

1 Answer

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Troy, if we can confirm that he was in New England by 1640, then yes, he's PGM. I did some profile cleanup to make it more readable. But yes, it needs better sourcing.
by Jillaine Smith G2G6 Pilot (777k points)
Ok thank you Jillaine it really was confusing.

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