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BRIGHAM One Name Study

Welcome to the site. I hope you can share your BRIGHAM news and history with your international name-sakes so, who's going to set the ball rolling?

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Comment by Pam Horne on February 12, 2012 at 6:57pm

My mother was a Brigham from Marlboro, MA.  Thomas "The Emigrant" 1603-1653 is my 9th great grandfather.  My line from Thomas is: Thomas 1641-1716, Jonathan 1674-1768, Jesse 1710-1796, Artemas 1739-1802, Gardner b1764, Joel 1788-1869, John 1819-1893, Walter Augustus 1846-1903, my great grandfather, and Walter Gilman b1890, my grandfather.

Many thanks to Kenneth Nagel for a photo of my great grandmother, Alice Gilman, a woman I never knew but with whom I have much in common.

Comment by Kenneth A Nagel on July 26, 2011 at 6:52am
Hello! My mother was born Brigham. Thomas "The Emigrant" 1603-1653 is my X10 Great Grandfather. my web site: currently lists over 7000 individual of which over 2600 are Brighams.

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