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Hannah Rinehart was is my brick wall for for some time. I had been looking for a Hannah Love. Her headstone inscription was sent to me by snail mail correspondent years ago reads mother of the Leonards and the Loves. What a clue to follow up!

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On 13 Jun 2019 at 21:55 GMT Ellen Gustafson wrote:

Ok thanks Anne. I haven’t found one either.

On 11 Jun 2019 at 11:33 GMT Ellen Gustafson wrote:

Thanks for your message. If you mean Isaac Arnold, born 1641, he was born in New Haven or Long Island. I have never seen anything about him being anywhere other than New York. His son, Isaac born 1700 may have travelled to Virginia. A source and more information about Mary is needed, I found her information on

On 4 Apr 2019 at 17:21 GMT Ellen Gustafson wrote:

Thank you for posting that. Do you have an idea of the date, place, etc, for Issac’s marriage to Mary? Also, who is the mother of Isaac who was born in 1700? Thanks, I’m just trying to sort the generations out.

On 21 Feb 2019 at 23:51 GMT Deirdre Lavieri wrote:

Thank you very much for the will you posted to William Griffin's page (Griffin-10607), in the comments section. It is the will of Griffin-186, Benjamin, and I have added the link to his profile. I am investigating the possible connection between that Benjamin, his sons (one of whom was a William) and the William whose family I am looking for. The families first names are so similar, they may be cousins. My info, which may be incorrect, indicates that Benjamin's family was from Wales and had come to the US around 1700. The William I am looking into was a more recent immigrant from England, he would have arrived just before the Revolutionary War. Thank you again for your help! I am continuing to work on this man's roots and I appreciate all leads.

On 27 Jan 2019 at 23:08 GMT David Holbrook wrote:

Anne, Is it possible you could add your Southold source to Mary Youngs' profile (Youngs-20)? I need to 'process' what that means but I think it clears some fog. Thanks

On 7 Jan 2019 at 21:07 GMT William Catambay wrote:

Anne, while Wheeler's book focuses on John the Pilgrim, it does, in fact, discuss John of Rye, first as a point of clarification (recognizing that they were often confused given that they had the same names and close in age and location), and second as recognizing that John of Rye was a cousin of John the Pilgrim via Thomas Ogden (listed as John the Pilgrim's uncle, John of Rye's father). pp 12-13

On 6 Dec 2018 at 23:52 GMT T Counce wrote:

Thank you for the message you left on Billings-1996. I adopted that profile along with about 1500 others and just haven't gotten to it yet.

On 30 Sep 2018 at 15:11 GMT Deirdre Lavieri wrote:

Thank you very much for your answer to my question in the G2G forum re Griffin family of Long Island! It was very helpful!

On 18 Sep 2018 at 00:41 GMT Wendy (Rogers) Haylor wrote:

Thanks for your work on the Rogers line! I am ill and moving house so not too active here lately.

On 5 Aug 2018 at 12:18 GMT Anne B wrote:

Joseph Yonges Re: your comment, and others that you leave. Please, it's ok to put sourced information such as this directly into the biography. For instance the end of the 2nd parag. mentions this voyage. you could add the information there. At the end put the source between <ref></ref> it the records are online add a URL also. Thank you

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