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My Stones went directly from Bristol, Connecticut, to Ashtabula County, Ohio.
-- Don Stone
My Ward's settled in Princess Anne County, Virginia in the 1600's. I've not been able to go back any further and have no definitive information as to where my ancestor, Robert Ward, landed when he came to America. There seem to have been several Robert Ward's in that time period. Presumably he originally came from England.
My Gallup's were from Currituck, North Carolina and my branch moved to Princess Anne County, Virginia folloowing the Civil War. That is all I know of their origins.
Hi Maggie, Anne Coffelt here, thanks for your question about N.Y. Hagamans. The answer is yes, it seems a million of them. I'm hitting a bit of a brick wall going past T.C. Hagaman born 1820 in Canada, married to Mary Hilton also of Canada, son Thomas, daughter, Susie and Anna (Annie) my great grandmother. The Hagaman's I'm more closely related to seem to be from Rochester, Oswego, and N.J. and ending up in Benton Harbor, Michigan. I have more detailed info, who are your Hagaman's?
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