Proven Mayflower Ancestors
- Richard Warren
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On 21 Mar 2019 at 12:26 GMT Anne (Newton) Ammundsen wrote:
On 2 Mar 2019 at 20:18 GMT C (Rodgers) Bake wrote:
Here is an interesting article to look at, not sure if it helps any. Hi again S, thanks again for working on this line as I do find it very confusing and have never officially found the source that my ancestor Samuel Thomas descends from John Thomas and Sarah Murray. I try to puzzle it together as I find time.
On 1 Mar 2019 at 15:48 GMT Joan (Stone) Jakubowski wrote:
Perhaps her inferred son Jedidiah Stone may be of interest, does Torrey say anything about Jedidiah Stone 1740-24 Apr 1735 fag memorial 67635338.
On 28 Feb 2019 at 18:24 GMT C (Rodgers) Bake wrote:
He m. Gwenllian, fourth dau. of Walter Herbert, Esq (q.v.), of Skenfrith, Sheriff of Monmouthshire in 1552, and had issue: Evan Thomas, b. 1580, whose name begins the pedigree compiled by the late Philip E. Thomas, Esq., of Baltimore… His wife's name is unknown. Philip, his son, was b. about 1600… Edit to say that is from page 28 of The Thomas Book some more books with information: https://archive.org/details/commemorativebio00chic/page/706 https://archive.org/details/genealogicalnote00thom/page/16
On 24 Feb 2019 at 20:02 GMT Dan Sparkman wrote:
On 24 Feb 2019 at 17:57 GMT Joan (Stone) Jakubowski wrote:
On 24 Feb 2019 at 17:54 GMT Joan (Stone) Jakubowski wrote:
Read the book by Ralph D. Smith 1804-1874, "History of Guilford, Connecticut, 219 pages, assisted by Dr. Alvin Talcott, preface mentions Amos Seward (Ralph's wife was a Seward). pp 12, 13 mention William and John Stone, Planters; their deaths are listed on pp 24,25, also listed is Richard Hughes (William Stone married his widow), other families Bushnell, Baldwin, Graves connect. William Seward (seward-63 at wiki), mar. 2 Apr 1651 Grace Norton (norton-354), p 19. Susan Seward (mother of the Lady who raised my Grandfather) descends from this Seward Family. Page 16 Thomas Relf mar. Elizabeth Disborow, Thomas is Ralph-66 at wiki, Elizabeth is Desborough 1619-1669, married 2nd John Johnson 1613-1681 (johnson-8177).
On 24 Feb 2019 at 16:18 GMT Joan (Stone) Jakubowski wrote:
Colonel Joel Stone 1749-1833 (UEL) , son of Stephen Stone and Rebecca Bishop (first wife), Stephen Stone by Rebecca died; he had a Stephen Stone by his second wife. Gananoque, Canada (St Lawrence River) was the home of Joel and his 2nd wife Abigail. This is where you may read the History of St Lawrence County by Dr. Franklin B Hough 1822-1885. Additional reading, History of Guilford, CT., by Ralph D. Smith
On 24 Feb 2019 at 16:04 GMT Joan (Stone) Jakubowski wrote:
On 21 Feb 2019 at 19:13 GMT Deb (Lewis) Durham wrote: