Re: Mayflower ancestors
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Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2006 8:14 PM
Subject: re: Mayflower ancestors
> After a bit of digging about today, I've succeeded in outlining a skeleton
> line that appears to take one of my ancestors back to George Soule and
> Becket who are supposed to be passangers on the Mayflower.
This couple are ancestral to HRH Prince William of Wales, through his
> Does anyone know if there is a specific "Mayflower" message board or list
> where I can post the details to see who responds?
> Will Johnson
I believe that Rootsweb has such a message board.
- re: Mayflower ancestors
... After a bit of digging about today, I've succeeded in outlining a skeleton ... line that appears to take one of my ancestors back to George Soule and Mary ... Becket who are supposed to be passangers on the Mayflower. ...
- Re: Mayflower ancestors
... Wasn't the name mentioned George Soule from the Mayflower as an ancestor ... of Lady Diana Spencer? ... Lady Diana does have Boude ancestors. ... I found them in a book by Gary Boyd Roberts and William Addams Reitwiesner "American Ancestors and Cousins of The Princess of Wales". ...
- Re: The Nativists: Meet the Racists Who Want to Run America
... I am pretty sure his ancestors had first ... class passage on the Mayflower. ... Even with my name, Aaron Hirshberg, ...
- Re: What this list is
... If there is a message board at rootsweb/ancestry ... either going back to his own parish, ... The displaced Huguenots of France went to England and Ireland ... distance problems in locating their ancestors. ...
- Re: What this list is
... If there is a message board at rootsweb/ancestry that covers your area of Britian, why not use it instead of beating your head against the idea that there's no newsgroup that covers it? ... In Yorkshire, for example, in my one-name study, I've found several instances where husbands married and settled in the wife's parish before either going back to his own parish, or to quite another parish. ... There are ongoing discussions about all sorts of related matters, such as 17th century Virginian Law or when Parish Registers began in England, which don't get aired in newsgroups and which could have a bearing on research. ... We all do, but few of us expect to hook our ancestors on to the gentry and aristocracy, for the sole purpose of finding as many royal ancestors as possible. ...