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So glad to find this group. I have quite a bit of NE heritage. Jewett, Warren, Johnson, Davis, Belknap, Searle, Boynton, Wicom, Choate are just some of the names I have in my NE tree.
Im related to John Alden, Priscilla Mullens, William Pabodie and a few others from the Mayflower!
I have John Howland, Elizabeth Tilley, Joan Hurst Tilley and John Tilley
Watton, Lewes son Watton., Thomas son Watton, Thomas son Watton, Thomas son Watton, Planter Thomas son Wotton, Richard son Wooten, Richard son Wooten, Hatter William son Wooten, Amos daughter Wooten, Winifred daughter Cobb, Lucinda son Thigpen, John Allen son Thigpen, Edward Alvin son Thigpen, Hubert Harold daughter Thigpen, Barbara Kim
My six flowers are: COOKE, HOPKINS, ROGERS, ALDEN, MULLINS and BRADFORD
I am working on my papers for Colonial Dames through Francis Cooke, John Cooke, Sarah Warren, Richard Warren. Also working on my Mayflower Lines and I am a member of the DAR.
Hi I have the dubious name (Daniel) John Billington, no relation - remember him ?
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