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Looking to connect with other New England Researchers. I am mostly in NH and ME, but want other to connect also.

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New England chat based on stories by Edward Rowe Snow

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Comment by Nora Galvin on July 15, 2009 at 8:17pm
Denise, Where did you get the birth info for John Brown? Do you know what Massachusetts town(s) he lived in? Most Massachusetts towns have good records going back to colonial times. Many of them are in the databases at the New England Historical Genealogical Society (NEHGS) newenglandancestors.org. About the Brown genealogy: do you see matches for family members of your John Brown in this book?
Comment by Denise Hamilton Jhanson on July 15, 2009 at 6:51pm
I am looking for the parents of John Brown : Birth 19 Mar 1803 Massachusetts, USA. : Death 21 Jun 1855 in Oakfield,Perry,Ohio,USA. Family lore places Brown ancestors at "The Boston Tea Party" and "The Battle of Bunker Hill". It is possible, that John was a member of the Brown family documented in the book, "William Brown - English Immigrant of Hatfield and Leicester, Massachusetts and his descendants 1634 - 1994" by Carol Willitts Brown and published by Gateway Press, Baltimore Maryland, 1994.
Comment by Donald Richard Mathieson on July 14, 2009 at 5:10pm
Hi everyone, Born and raised in Boston, Ma. Here's my dilema, My grandfather Nelson S. Runnals who was born in Farmington, N. H. in 1892 other than him been married to my Grandmother Alice M. Sanborn. Can seem to find nothing on either ones family...
Comment by Diane Mason Gray on July 14, 2009 at 1:55pm
Hello!
I have an ancestor Mary CASS, b 16 Feb 1687 who married 10 Jan 1707 in NH Ichabod ROBEY, who was b 1682, Haverhill, Grafton, NH. They had seven children: Anne, Ruth, John, Henry, Samuel, Mary & Sarah. Can anyone provide further information including source documentation? Thanks.
Comment by Katrina Haney on July 10, 2009 at 11:32pm
No except for the plymouth colony court records, which I'm sure is not what you mean.
Comment by John Cass on July 10, 2009 at 10:37pm
Katrina, have you done much research on court records?
Comment by Katrina Haney on July 10, 2009 at 10:33pm
Hi. My researches are mostly in Mass. and New Hampshire in the seventeenth century. By 1700 all my direct lines that I'm aware of had left New England.
 

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