I will be replying to your other posting about Alice Ebel m. Thomas Hatfield under that title.
You are quite right about Peter being French. By the 1600's, if he had been living in England for a generation or more, his surname would have been anglicized to "Falconer". It was not, so it means he had gone to England (or maybe Holland or Belgium) and then to America. But there are other things to point out here.
I mention Holland and Belgium because the Hatfield (Hadfelde), Melyn, Ebel (Abel), Ogden ( Peter Ford, or Marie Gaudoin ("Goad-WENT" with no "nt" sound) > Mary Godwin or Goodwin.
You might try some of the following:
HUGUENOT ANCESTRY - http://www.uftree.com/UFT/WebPages/huguenot/default/index.htm - or E-Mail @ - email@example.com - the Huguenot Society has the old Huguenot Book that gives all the information for many families.
French Genealogy - - http://www.urec.cnrs.fr/annuaire - or - http://www.worldnet.fr/ - start researching in France
Nederlandse Genealogische Vereniging - Postbus 976, NL-1000 AZ, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Dutch Connections - http://utopia.knoware.nl/users/evim/index.html -
European Countries - http://s700.uminho.pt/europa.html - click on map of most countries in Europe (includes Balkans) - Find out a bit more about your ancestor's country of origin.
AltaVista International Search Network - http://www.altavista.com/av/content/av_network.html - AltaVista has partnered with sites in Africa, Asia, Australia, Canada, Latin America, Northern and Southern Europe, as well as the US. Our international network lets you take advantage of AltaVista's vast Web index with regional Internet connections.
- www.afsc.org - AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE (QUAKERS), PHILADELPHIA - Jim Matlack E-Mail: - firstname.lastname@example.org -
- QUAKER-ROOTS@rootsweb.com -
- http://www.roots web.com/~quakers/ - Visit the Quaker Corner for many helpful resources to assist you in tracing your Quaker roots !
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