I am the son to Darwin Augustus Kittredge Jr. & Ursula Evelyn Lefebre. Even though both my parents had previous marriages with children in both marriages. I am the only son, and child from this marriage. I grew up in Massachusetts, USA. I have relations in various countries including England, Scotland, Ireland, Canada, and Germany. (And so many more to list!)
My bloodline traces into the first settlers of America. I have also tracked one of my grandmother's into a database in Europe that has an extensive record of that family's one name dating into the 1050's.
Relationships found on the Magna Carta Sureties, I will apply for Magna Carta project in the future.
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On 27 Mar 2019 at 14:25 GMT David Douglass wrote:
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On 23 Mar 2019 at 20:33 GMT Mary Richardson wrote:
The Massachusetts Project seems to fit your Kittredge ancestors. Click the link to read how to join.
The Kittredge profiles need researched sources. Please refer to the new recommended sources for Pre-1700’s.Cite Reliable sources
Or use the Pre-1700 Projects list to find a project..
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