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Jun 7
Gerald S. Hayes U.E. posted a blog post

Why I Believe Francis Cooke Was English

     The reason for this article came about after a rather public argument I had with a person who is considered the greatest authority on the history of all things Mayflower and the Scrooby movement and the Walloon church. I myself believe this to be true to an extent. I did find him to be mistaken in a couple of matters that I have researched most diligently. He had made the statement and published it in books that Francis Cooke of the Mayflower was a Walloon. I vigorously disagree for…See More
May 13
Perileen Smith commented on Gerald S. Hayes U.E.'s blog post Grandfathers Story: A Summery Of Two Canadian Gangsters
"Many thanks - I think you are correct."
Mar 31
Gerald S. Hayes U.E. commented on Gerald S. Hayes U.E.'s blog post Grandfathers Story: A Summery Of Two Canadian Gangsters
"No Perileen. My granduncle and Valant Lesso hung in 1952. I believe the last hangings in Canada were in the early 1960's."
Mar 31
Perileen Smith commented on Gerald S. Hayes U.E.'s blog post Grandfathers Story: A Summery Of Two Canadian Gangsters
"I remember this happening.  I lived in Ontario then and now live in the west and worked with a man whose "partner" was one of the last two men hung.  Would it have been these two?  He was released from Kingston and had a…"
Mar 29
Gerald S. Hayes U.E. replied to Claude P Perry II's discussion Known variants of the Hay(s), Haye(s), Hayse and Hey Surname in the group Hay(s), Haye(s), Hayse and Hey Surname
"Southern Irish Sirname Hayes. I hope I am not the only one lol"
Mar 26
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Hay(s), Haye(s), Hayse and Hey Surname

Research your Hay(s), Haye(s), Hayse and Hey Families here. Post your questions or information in the group forums. See featured group post for known variants.See More
Mar 26
Gerald S. Hayes U.E. commented on Jennifer Eklund, PLCGS's group Wright Family
"Hi folks: Haven't posted for some time. just reading up a bit. It's funny but Native blood rumors abounded in my family as well. Y- Dna and Genealogy proved this  was untrue. No native blood at all. A branch of my Plymouth Wright…"
Mar 26
Gerald S. Hayes U.E. commented on Kelli Davis Underhill's group Underhill Family
"Capt. John Underhill was sent by England to train Colonial men as soldiers to fight in the Pequot war. He would retire to Long Island and later become a Quaker at Oyster Bay. I imagine by now you can take the family back to 1250 and earlier. Richard…"
Mar 26
Gerald S. Hayes U.E. commented on Kelli Davis Underhill's group Underhill Family
"My 3rd great grandmother was Hannah Underhill daughter of United Empire Loyalist. Married to Josiah Cromwell. Capt.John Underhill (1597 - 1672)7th great-grandfather Nathaniel Underhill (1663 - 1710)son of Capt.John Underhill Thomas Underhill…"
Mar 26
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Mar 25
Gerald S. Hayes U.E. commented on Kirsten Saxe's group Demarest and Variant Surnames
"Jean DesMarets (1596 - 1642)10th great-grandfather David Demarest Founder French Patent, New Jersey (1620 - 1695)son of Jean DesMarets Jean Demarest (1645 - 1719)son of David Demarest Founder French Patent, New Jersey Pieter Jean Demarest (1683 -…"
Mar 25
Gerald S. Hayes U.E. commented on Kirsten Saxe's group Demarest and Variant Surnames
"Maria Pieters Demarest (1712 - 1763)6th great-grandmother Jacob William Ruttan (1753 - 1811)son of Maria Pieters Demarest Mary Elizabeth Ruttan (1776 - 1853)daughter of Jacob William Ruttan Margaret Mary Roblin U.E. (1804 - 1873)daughter of Mary…"
Mar 25
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Demarest and Variant Surnames

This group is for anyone interested in Demarest family history and genealogy, and those interested in lines with variant surnames are strongly encouraged to participate.
Mar 25
Gerald S. Hayes U.E. posted a blog post

Grandfathers Story: A Summery Of Two Canadian Gangsters

In the late 1800's in the town of Galatz, Romania a pogram against the Jews of that town took place. In the dark of night on a fall evening a 10 year old Lillian Rosenberg was secreted away from the burning and killing of the ghetto. After witnessing the killing of her parents a group of gypsies rescued her from certain death and smuggled her away never to see Rumania again.I cannot to this day imagine the utter horror and sorrow she must have experienced. The anguish she must have suffered and…See More
Mar 23
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"Sam Stone my Grandfather at Kingston Penitentiary back row third from right. I believe this was the baseball league."
Mar 21

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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Wright, Soule, Deleno, Warren, Cooke, Hayes, Cromwell, Pemberton,
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
England, United States, Canada, Ireland
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
To build a family tree.

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Why I Believe Francis Cooke Was English

 

    The reason for this article came about after a rather public argument I had with a person who is considered the greatest authority on the history of all things Mayflower and the Scrooby movement and the Walloon church. I myself believe this to be true to an extent. I did find him to be mistaken in a couple of matters that I have researched most diligently. He had made the statement and published it in books that Francis Cooke of the Mayflower was a Walloon. I vigorously disagree…

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Posted on May 12, 2017 at 10:25pm

Grandfathers Story: A Summery Of Two Canadian Gangsters

In the late 1800's in the town of Galatz, Romania a pogram against the Jews of that town took place. In the dark of night on a fall evening a 10 year old Lillian Rosenberg was secreted away from the burning and killing of the ghetto. After witnessing the killing of her parents a group of gypsies rescued her from certain death and smuggled her away never to see Rumania again.

I cannot to this day imagine the utter horror and sorrow she must have experienced. The anguish she must have…

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thought I would check it out dont know how to use it and I keep getting a beeping signal every time I get on it
 
 
 

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