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Stafford, Thomas b. Abt.1605 England - to Rhode Island
Beryl Meehan's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Beryl or other carriers of her ancestors' mitochondrial DNA.
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Hello. Thanks for notifying us about the clarifying Sweet research (1630 Winthrop Fleet arrival in MA). My Winthrop Fleet lists aren't complete which is upsetting to me because I have so many direct ancestors who arrived with that bunch. :) So, thanks again to you and yours for posting your research. If it were me I'd award ya'll as Knight's of the Royal Garter - Official Recordkeepers.
Hi Beryl, the 'Christian Plough" you said must be Blough is definitely "Plough". His information is a work in progress. He is the father of "Henry Plough" whose line is well documented. Thanks for the thought.
Hi Beryl, thanks for the comment re: merge on Richard Harcourt. Harcut-2 and Harcourt-242. They are certainly the same person. Both profiles cite the George William Cox source, but Harcut-2 does not use that data. The date and place of birth, date of marriage (wife would be 9 years old?), and date of death appear to come from sources I cannot access or verify. I agree that the profiles should be merged but I would give the managers of Harcut-2 an opportunity to see if we can make more of the data "agree" before that happens. Thanks!
I cannot access the Ancestry.com sources you put on the profile Mitchell-15276. They are behind the paywall.
There is a mix-up in your 2nd paragraph. Matthew Mitchell's wife was Susan Wood Mitchell, former wife of Thomas Butterfield. Matthew Mitchell and Susan Wood also had daughters, the one we are dealing with was named Susan. Another daughter's name was Abigail. Beryl, I've studied this family thoroughly and am certain that the sources relay this information.
Thank you, Beryl. I looked at the familysearch page - I won't use someone else's "tree", I've found too many full of imagination. But you gave me enough information to go to my NYG&B and retrieve the transcript of the Church Records.
You asked if Potter-2590 is the mother of Ivory-118. Very, very unlikely. Ruth Potter [Potter-2590] was of Rhode Island. The mother of Ivory-118 seems much more likely to be the Ruth Potter born in Lynn, MA on 27 Feb. 1673, daughter of Robert Potter of Lynn, MA. See Lynn, MA Vital Records for her birth.
Hi, I am responding to your message on my family tree. My name is Dena and I am having a difficult time with my tree. I had forgotten that I had an account and tried to start a new one because I no longer have my firstname.lastname@example.org email. I to have tried to merge my tree but since my email is closed I cannot. That is why you have gotten no response. My new email is email@example.com if you would like to connect. Thank you for your patience.