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From: "Mario & Barbara Martinez" <>
Subject: Re: Ships after the Mayflower
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 1997 11:00:06 -0900
Sorry, just woke back up...slept a bit....fighting the urge to hibernate.
Yes, Saints and Strangers and is by Geoge F. Willison, which is reprinted by
Time Life books.. I guess the book was originally written in 1945? I have
checked out the time life reprint. The point of the book is to determine
who was a "Saint" ..member of the congregation, and who was a "Stranger"
just some "joe" or "Jane" who came along to get out of "dodge". Has some
wills, and an interesting feature of the "Wills" or family lists...whatever
these are...it says things like " Person Name, of the ship, Speedwell, ect.
I can check a few names...but you have to be a bit patient with me, as I
have folks in from out of town this weekend.
Do not send a look-up request to the list....put LOOK-UP IN WILLISON.in the
subject line or I'll not find it...and remember the book ends in its
discussion about 1651. I also noticed a few other ships referenced in some
of the names of the folks that I had excluded yesterday...as I did not think
these ships ever completed the voyage....but maybe they did?
Barbara Fairbanks, Alaska
Among the Frozen Chosen....as opposed to the Involuntary Frozen ..of the
military bases. Although...I suppose one could say they are "chosen" too.
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