I find it fascinating that Pocahontas had only one child,and that child had only one child, yet she is supposed to have today over a million descendants. I am not trying to claim her without proof,and I doubt that it is available
You're so right about the Roman and Greek Gods--a feisty bunch indeed.Maybe I can claim Dionysius Wright
Having nothing better to do, I searched Yahoo! and Google for Flew Ellen and found this:
The Oklahoma Genealogical Quarterly published in 1964-5 a list of subscribers for the publication of
of a Short History of the Methodists in the USA, by Jessee Lee in 1810. The original spelling was
used, and among the Georgia subscribers was Abner Flew-Ellen.( all on one line)
A few other instances of that usage, with both Flew and Flu showed up in different times and places,
including Cicero T. Flu-ELLEN, to continue the classical theme.
Thanks for the history lesson. I know very little about the Welch kings. I have Eatons in NE and one book
claims desceny fron LLewellen for them, but I don't put much stock in it.. Fay.
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