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Re: William BRINTON and Ann BAGLEY
Posted by: Karolyn Brinton Gillum Date: November 27, 2001 at 11:02:45
In Reply to: Re: William BRINTON and Ann BAGLEY by Burtwin L. Day of 217


Hello Burt

I am happy I could open this up for you. When you get into the royal line and I guess that would be us too <grin>, you can get even more information than I have by searching online for information.

You will be impresses to know that even a drop or two of Marc Anthony and Cleopatra's blood (at least a bit of DNA) in coursing through our veins also!

I have a Sarah SMEDLEY shown as married to John
WILLIAMSON parents of Margaret WILLIAMSON, who was in turn the wife of John BRINTON and they are the parents of Joseph BRINTON.

I also have some DAYs in my work.

Elizabeth DAY, daughter of John DAY and Elizabeth HARVEY.

Elizabeth DAY married Thomas L. BRANSON 4 OCT 1702 in Springfield, Burlington, New Jersey

Do you fit in this line?

I am 8 generations down from William Brinton and Ann Bagley. I would be interested in seeing, and adding to my data base, the information you have.

Your newly found cuz,

Karolyn Brinton Gillum


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