Carol LillevangHonor Code Signatory
Signed 17 Apr 2015 | 2,081 contributions | 40 thank-yous | 381 connections
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Carol is 18 degrees from Victor Castro, 23 degrees from Loretto Coronado, 23 degrees from Sebastian Constantino de Arce, 31 degrees from Sor Juana De La Cruz, 26 degrees from Enrique Gómez Carrillo, 20 degrees from Desiderio Gonzales, 26 degrees from Ramon Lopez, 26 degrees from Lin-Manuel Miranda, 27 degrees from Frank Rodriguez, 41 degrees from Francisco Villa and 34 degrees from Oliver Stegen on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.
Sources consulted (as there are many Cheesman branches to untangle) were basically Robert Levering Chew's "Genealogy of the Chew Family" which you can get at your public library.
I am so sorry Carol that have been of little help my only suggestion is have you try myheritage.com sites? I do not have a membership there anymore and there are a number of members that post info on him perhaps they have the document prove you are looking for. Maybe you could get something like a two week trial on that site to check out whats there and to contact those members.
PS: Mags (who sent you the message below this one) might be able to help you also.
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My father's family was well known so my interest there wasn't so great. His father and his mother's parents came from Denmark.