Need a small project? Connect Early New England settler William Marchant to our tree.

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He has been researched and a profile has been developed by Alicia Crane Williams of the New England Historic Genealolgical Society.  So you will have great sources to use.

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WikiTree profile: William Marchant
in Requests for Project Volunteers by Michael Stills G2G6 Pilot (397k points)
There is basically nothing on the profile--not even the sources to create other profiles.  If I wanted to help, I'd have to do my own research or join NEHGS.
You can use the American Ancestors website for free at any LDS Family History Center.

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I added his parents so he will show connected in the morning update.

update: also connected to his OSBORN son-in-law
by N Gauthier G2G6 Pilot (132k points)
selected by Rhonda Zimmerman
Nice!  Thank you.
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Jamie, I have not researched your John Marchant ...

https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Marchant-16

and don't yet know anything about his wife Collette Gosselin. But I think the details about the John being in the USA with a wife Sarah actually belong to this William's son John which I am working on creating right now.

updated: Just saw that there is a 2014 message on the profile saying the same thing. Are you agreeable to me editing that profile to clarify the two different relatives with the same name ?
by N Gauthier G2G6 Pilot (132k points)
edited by N Gauthier

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