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I am just starting my family tree. My grandfather was Lawrence lappin Doty III. He was from Illinois. I don't have any information about his father.
posted by John Williamson Jr
First you should interview any living older relatives you have. Mine had a lot of information they could pass on.

You can also look for your father, living with his parents in the U.S Census. Open a free account at Go to search and put in as much information as you can about your father.

posted by Anne B

I would like to suggest that the profile Shaw-192 be converted to a PPP profile under this project. A user is repeatedly connecting an unknown spouse and child to it without sources in conflict with sources stating that the children of James Shaw died without issue. I have tried to explain this to the user repeatedly on Facebook without success. Mary Shaw’s sister Anne Shaw (Shaw-89) is already a PPP.

posted by Stephen Newstrum
Thank you Stephen, I've taken care of it.
posted by Anne B
Hi, I need to confirm dates of birth, marriages & children for Samuel Fuller & Matthew Fuller, sons of Edward Fuller, passenger of the Mayflower. I am tangled up & looks like both are in my tree! It doesn't help that everyone name's their children the same 4 names!!

Or if you can direct me to a reputable resource, many thanks!!

The father's profile is here: Edward Fuller, and his sons are attached. I think all 3 profiles have substantial source information on them. I you have questions, please feel free to post questions on the specific profiles.
posted by Bobbie (Madison) Hall
I am a direct descendent of John Alden thru Rebecca Grinnell Doud. Recently some question has been raised and I need to confirm that Rebecca Grinnell married John Doud and is the mother of Philemon Peleg Doud 1734 to 1806. Any source info would be appreciated. Brenda Kenealy Williams.
posted by Brenda Kenealy
Peleg Doud was the son of Rebecca Grinnell, according to Mayflower Families Through Five Generations: Descendants of the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth, Mass., December 1620. Plymouth, MA: General Society of Mayflower Descendants, John Alden vol 16 . pt 2. pg 359

Note there is no mention of his name being Philemon

posted by Anne B
I created the page John Alden Parentage Possibilities. I have done about all I can with it. I was wondering if y'all would like Mayflower Project WikiTree to be the profile manager? Perhaps that will make it more visible so others can contribute to it?
posted by Mary (Moberly) Koeven
I think that's an excellent idea. I'll send you a message with the project email.
posted by Anne B
Done! I added Mayflower Project WikiTree as a profile manager.
posted by Mary (Moberly) Koeven
George Soule (c. 1595 – 1679) was a signer of the Mayflower Compact , and one of the original 102 Pilgrims who arrived on the Mayflower to Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620. Soule was born in England about 1595, and as a young man became a teacher to Edward Winslow 's children. Soule came probably as an indentured servant He was one of forty-one signers of the Mayflower Compact in November 1620. Soule was among the one half of the population that survived the first winter in Plymouth and was present at the time of the "First Thanksgiving " in 1621. In the 1623 Plymouth division of lands, Soule received 1-acre (4,000 m2) as a passenger on the Mayflower. He was my 10th great grandfather.
posted by Aurora (Howard) Chancy
Aurora: the latest research, including a y-DNA match to a Forrest family in Scotland, indicates George Soule was b. ca 1601 as the last of a series of children of Jan Sol and his wife Mayken Labis [they were married in London England as religious refugees in 1586]. These children were baptized in Haarlem, the Netherlands, in the 1590s, and included a son Johannes Sol. Thus George Sol was really Dutch, not English. Johannes Sol was a printer in Leiden and apparently was associated with Brewster and Winslow in their efforts to print Separatist literature for distribution in Scotland and England. George was of an age to be a printer's devil or helper in Leiden ca 1618/9. Johannes Sol died in a fire about the Winter of 1618/9, while boiling printer's varnish on a Sabbath [Tsk! Tsk!]. As for being a teacher to Winslow's children----Soule would have been released from his relationship as servant to Winslow when Soule reached age 25. Winslow's children did not reach school-age for some years later----so I am very doubtful that Soule was a teacher to Winslow's children while Soule was still a servant. So if Soule did teach Winslow's children, he did it when he was way past age 25 years, so no longer a 'young man.'
posted by Louise Walsh Throop
Fuller-249 Hannah Fuller Bonham I have the lineage not directly down to myself. But it follows from Edward Fuller, Samuel Fuller his son and Hannah Fuller, on down to the White family line, then off to another line. It is Proven to just before Peter Fuller and Accepted by the Mayflower Association if anyone is interested contant me. I will need an Email to send a pdf to.


I am interested in following the Bonham line as my great grandmother was Emeline Virginia Bonham Williams and her father was Joseph Parke Bonham and his father was Hezekaih. The Hezekias confuse me. [email address removed]
posted by DL Miller
Hiya DL Miller, I have a Bonham connection; Since we are on the MayFlower Project Page (Long Winded List, Myself to Edward Fuller): Myself Virgil Maynard Kester III (Kester-460), Virgil Maynard Kester Jr., Virgil Maynard Kester Sr., Harvey Chord Kester, John Bonham Kester Jr., John Bonham Kester Sr., Ruhama (Bonham) Kester, Jacob Bonham, Amariah Bonham, Hezekiah Bonham, Hannah (Fuller) Bonham, Samuel Fuller, Edward Fuller (Fuller-13). I have many others down the family line with Bonham within their name, first and middle.
posted by Virgil Kester III

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