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From: "Eleanor Nielsen" <>
Subject: Re: [GM-L] Tilden, Nathaniel- daughter Elizabeth md Wm Bassett?
Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2001 21:08:34 -0400
Thank you Jane, as I saw you had quite a lineage displayed, I thought there
just might be hope for another generation back on the Shaw family.
> No, Abraham and Roger are distinct lines and were among the earliest Shaw
> settlers in the Colonies. As for the "many generations connected to one
> Roger Shaw," I assume you're referring to my two distinct Shaw lines -
> (1594-1661) and Seth (1760-1837). Their descendants, Lyman Philander Shaw
> and Adaline Washburn Shaw, respectively, married. They were not known to
> related. Sorry, but I don't find a Byram among my surnames and Abraham
> First is not connected in any manner.
> Best wishes, Jane
> Jane Luise Shaw, 12th generation direct descendant of Roger Shaw
> Researching (with dates of migration to America): Behr (1866-Illinois),
> (1635-Connecticut), Campbell (1784?-Illinois), Garnett (1610-Virginia),
> Graves (1609-Virginia), Hadaway (b. 1772 Massachusetts), Hunter
> (1784?-Illinois), Logan (1845-Illinois), Mason (married
> (Rice (1693-Virginia), Shaw (Seth born 1760-Massachusetts) and (Roger
> 1636-Massachusetts), Sherman (1637-Massachusetts), Standish
> (1620-Massachusetts), Tarbell (1654-Virginia), Taylor (1797-Virginia),
> Washburn (1760+/- Massachusetts/Vermont) and Willis (1762?-Kentucky). LOOK
> available from Farwell's Roger Shaw, Claremont, NH Cemetery Index (1896),
> Purse and Person (Early Virginia), Dow's History of Hampton, Records of
> Selectmen of Cambridge 1630-1703, and Garnett's Robert Kirtley Garnett.
> GEDcoms available.
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