I am the second son of Burnley Duke Smith and Jane Gaynor. My older brother was named Burnley Duke Smith.
My grandfather was named Burnley Duke Smith. He married Ellen Bertha Dresel.
My great grandparents were Belford Duke Smith and Amelia Catlett Allensworth. His older brother was Burnley Duke Smith.
My 2nd great grandparents were Burnley Duke Smith and Martha Jordan.
My 3rd great grandparents were Reuben Smith and Elizabeth Duke.
My 4th great grandparents were John Duke and Elizabeth Burnley.
My 5th great grandparents were Cleavers Chisolm Duke and Amy Cosby.
My 6th great grandparents were Capt. Henry Duke and Elizabeth Taylor.
My 7th great grandparents were Col. Henry Duke and Elizabeth Soane.
My 8th great grandfather were Thomas Duke (a gateway ancestor in Gary Boyd Roberts book. "The Royal Descent of 900 Immigrants ". He married Mary (Hampton?)
My 9th great grandparents were Richard Duke and Margaret Basset.
My 10th great grandparents were Sir Arthur Basset and Eleanor Chichester.
My 11th great grandparents were John Basset and Frances Plantagenet.
My 12th great grandparents were Arthur Plantagenet, Viscount of Lisle and Elizabeth Grey.
My 13th great grandparents were King Edward IV and his mistress Elizabeth Wayte Lucy.
Amy Cosby who married Cleavers Chisolm Duke is a descendant of Francis Cosby who married Mart Seymour, niece of Jane Seymour. (Gary Boyd Roberts book, " The Royal Descent of 900 Immigrants now show Francis Cosby was married to Mary Seymour.
I have 2 Genesis numbers. They are MV5353106 and KF7404253
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On 7 Dec 2019 at 00:34 GMT Debi (McGee) Hoag wrote:
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On 12 May 2019 at 06:58 GMT Simone Cody wrote:
I found a source to answer your question about the ancestry of Charles Cosby if you take a look at his profile.
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