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Re: Joseph Ingham - Connecticutt, ~1639
Posted by: Glen Atwell Date: January 18, 2002 at 09:10:21
In Reply to: Re: Joseph Ingham - Connecticutt, ~1639 by Norman W. Ingham of 651

My reply messages to you keep bouncing back form your server.

The source of Agigail L Ingham was a queery posted over a year ago on the net from a whom may no longer have an account there. I found it using

There are many natives today ALIVE that are LEGAL recognized native americans named Baker Chapman Chapel Chappell PYE and other surnames that married into our lines. They can be traced back to England but someone in their Family trees married Natives and the BEST candidates are the Women with No last names.

Attawanhood Atwell Cumnsuk Comstock what about Holdfast Gaines
he's a TUBBS relation for sure and he was a Mohegan with a historical record. See if you can find his family tree.
Tom Indian, found him yet?
Look up Tomaocham, his relationship to Oweneco and Attawanhood and Samson Occom for an answer.

Lets face it GENEALOGY pure and simple is not going to provide the answers we need to RECONSRTUCT our family tree.
We have DNA testing and Archealogy to provide Clues.
Here is a good one to study
Captain Thomas Atwell's daughter Susan Atwell (Collins) married in Falmouth England a John Pye who bacame Mayor of the Port Town in 1720

Samuel Pye married Lucy Uncas in New London Ct 1st Cong Church in 1745 I believe........

How was Samuel Pye related to John Pye?

Where did the PIKE and Pye families come from to New LOndon
Look to Newfoundland! Peter EASTON et all!


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