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Re: Benjamin Cuddington
Posted by: Sarah Anne Cuddington Liester Date: January 18, 2001 at 15:32:33
In Reply to: Re: Zachariah Cuddington/Ohio by Carolyn Mitchell of 29

I want to thank you so much for the information that you gave me on the 16th. It sounds as if you finally gave us the link that we are looking for. We want to thank you so much for the free offering you so graciously offered us. It may well be our hottest tip we have found. By the way, sorry to sound so dumb, but what does NEHGS stand for ( you say it is in Boston)? From what I interpret, Zachariah could well be the brother of Henry (either I or S ) Cuddington, as they were both born in NY and we know that Henry had brothers, but don't know the names. It also sounds as if Benjamin could well be the father of Henry. What we are trying to do is link the Cuddington's from America back to England.
For your information, check our family page, as today I added the Cuddington Family Coat of Arms on it as a picture link. It took me 3 years to find it. There is a book out of publication called "The Quest for Nonsuch" written by John Dent, copyrighted 1962, published by Hutchinson & CO. LTD. in London, sanctioned by the Surrey Archaeological Society, Surrey, England. This is the story of the Hunting Lodge built by King Henry VIII, kicking out all of the Cuddington's, taking over the land and building his Hunting Lodge. Archaeologists escavated the site and found artifacts. One of the pictures in the book is the Family Coat of Arms, dated back to 1065, I had it authenticated, and reproduced, it is now on my web page, as of today. The book is currently out of print, we had to go clear to Australia (via mail) to get a copy of the book.

Again thank you so much for your information and we will still continue digging.

If you feel comfortable as to give us your e-mail address, please feel free to as we then could communicate directly on this subject, and we could share information when it becomes available.

Again Thank You. Sara Anne Cuddington Liester, salrelco@snet.net


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