I agree that it is one of the most interesting stories that you will find in any family history. The more one digs, the more interesting things get. Do you know the story of Gilette Banne, Jacques De Noyon's grandmother who was executed along with her second husband for the murder of their son-in-law? The lives of Aaron Denio's siblings in Canada who refused to rejoin their Puritan parents in Deerfield once their freedom was secured are very interesting too.
I personally believe that Grandpa John Stebbins changed Aaron's name because his other grandchildren in Cananda were made to renounce the heretic, John Calvin, whereupon they were baptised and their names changed.
Could go on and on about this line. Have a large database of genealogy and information on the Aaron Denio line. Would you be willing to exchange information?
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