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Have you seen the Sargent Y-DNA project results?
Your lineage, Haplogroup E1b1b1- Lineage 2, is well documented: http://www.worldfamilies.net/surnames/sargent/results
William Sargent born in Bath, England in 1602 He made 2 trips to Massachusetrts with Captain John Smith and stayed after the second trip.
My direct decendent William Sargent married Elizabeth Perkins in 1633 in Agawam (Ipswich), Ma. Elizabeth Perkins came to America on the ship "Lion" with her parents in 1631. William d: 1675.
Thomas Sargent b:1643 in Salisbury, MA married Rachel Barnes 1667 they had my decendent Joseph Sargent etc to my grandfather LUTHER HOYT SARGENT b: 1890 Lakeport, NH
My mom's name is Sargent and we have our geneaology all the way back to the boats that came ashore with John Smith at Roanoke Island. Maybe I can help
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