"Yes, that is the Thomas Hadley Bryant in question; his second wife was Sarah Tuttle, and my stepfather's ancestor Arthur C. Bryant is her son. Thomas Hadley Bryant's first wife was Elizabeth Monk. Thanks for trying. :)"
I am helping my stepfather, Donald Bryant, trace his family tree. I've got as far as the Illinois branch of the Bryants (Thomas Hadley Bryant, b. abt. 1827), which are apparently connected to William Cullen Bryant, but am stymied…"
"I was looking up my husband's genealogy recently. His ancestor Captain John Alexander Lockhart is not one his family is proud to own, a slave ship captain who scuttled his slave ship off the coast of North Carolina with all aboard except…"
"Nancy, further research reveals that there were at least two Reuben Nortons in Maine, about the same age. My husband is descended from the Reuben Norton of Pittsfield, ME who married a Margaret from New Brunswick, Canada, and had the following…"
My husband's g-grandmother was Annie Norton Raetz, daughter of William H. Norton who was born 1843 in Pottersfield, Maine and died 1930 in Nevada County, California; William was the son of Reuben Norton, who was born 1812 in…"
"Hi Elizabeth. Thanks for the info on the Penobscot Expedition, I'll add that to my notes. I am descended from Mercy's younger sister, Mary (Polly) Winslow, b. 1777, who married Reuben Grindle, a North Bay neighbor…"
"I am descended from Mercy [Marcey] Winslow b. 1775 and Jeremiah Clough m. 14 Apr 1791. I believe Mercy is the daughter of Elijah and Eliza. My notes say that Joseph Perkins sent a petition for Elijah Winslow and others through the courtesy of John…"
"Greetings Tammy. My name is Richard Small and I live in the Ellsworth area. I am not related to the Winslow line, but, where I work there is a gentleman living here who is a Historian and has done extensive research about Hancock County. I do know…"
Hi, just getting started here. I've done a lot of tracing lines but haven't started gathering legal records for DAR and the Mayflower Society yet (up to three Mayflower passengers so far, and quite a number of Revolutionary patriots). I should be doing that, but instead I'm beating my head against a brick wall, trying to trace the parentage of Elijah (1739-1822) and Eliza Winslow of Penobscot. Their graves are in the Elijah Winslow Cemetery on the property where he pioneered in 1761, and…See More