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From: "Brian Jones" <>
Subject: Re: [GM-L] " Our History is Free"
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 18:00:58 +0100
Does this book tie-up the emigrants who came over with the Mayflower with
those who later arrived in Massachusetts.
My interest is with John Spring of Watertown (1587-1662) who sailed to the
Colonies on the "Elizabeth" in 1634 together with his wife Elinor and their
I have heard that this family married into a family who sailed on the
Mayflower but as yet I have not made the connection.
Can you please help?
----- Original Message -----
Sent: 26 September 2001 15:59
Subject: [GM-L] " Our History is Free"
> I am still offering to do free look ups, by e-mail, in my copy of
> Charles Henry Pope's "Pioneers of Massachusetts."
> Pope's book lists those who came over from England to Massachusetts
> 1620 (Mayflower) to 1650, and gives brief biographical information on
> often including names of spouses, children, locations, occupations and
> interesting details.
> If you would like me to look up your ancestor, please give me both
> first & last names, as well as any other bit of identifying information,
> as spouse's name or location, that you might have. You'd be surprised
> many there were who shared the same name!
> In offering to do this, it is simply my way of giving "payback," in
> indirect way, for all the kind help that has been given to me, over the
> years, in learning about my own family tree.
> Jan Weber
> Linden, CA 95236
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