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From: Rebekah <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] SATTERTHWAITE-LANCASTER-BIRD-GOODRICH-HUBBARD
Date: Wed, 04 Apr 2007 13:58:38 -0500
Are we going to have to find and exhume one of the Thomas Hookers at
some point? :-) Also, is this William Dudley of Guilford? CH6C2 It
would be nice to have him not be related to other notable Dudley families...
I am deeply suspicious of 'came over with William the B.' claims but I
do credit the stories to a certain sort of family.
Steven Bird wrote:
> Basically, almost everyone who ended up in Hartford by 1645 had something to
> do with Thomas Hooker. He was also the lecturer at Wethersfield, Essex,
> England, just prior to his departure to New England (Cambridge/Newtown
> first, then on to Hartford).
"And they wonder why the maples
Can't be happy in their shade." Trees (Neil Peart from Rush)
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