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Re: Henry DeJeanne(Father of William Jayne)
Posted by: kenneth o.tuttle (ID *****5853) Date: March 04, 2005 at 14:27:27
In Reply to: Re: Henry DeJeanne(Father of William Jayne) by Marianne Morgan of 393

Hi Marianne, This is my first time on the Jayne Message Board. Iv'e been on many other Messages boards for quite a few years. I went back and read a lot of messages. I can answer some of the questions that have been raised in the past but perhaps a lot have already been answered. I was born and raised on Long Island and have been to Setauket many times as I courted a girl who lived there. Setauket was on the North Shore and I lived straight across the Island and live on the South Shore in a town called Blue Point, and was born in 1929 in a town called Manorville. I have completed many Family search's and recently have decided to research all my grandmothers, thus I have just completed the Jayne family. Caroline (Carrie) Jayne is my G Grandmother she was the first wife of Luther V. Tuttle who of course is my G Grandfather. I won't bother to give all the lineage ( unless you or someone else wants it) but Carrie goes to Stephen Jayne b. Brookhaven 1700 and d. Setauket 1774 his parents Mehitable Jenkins 4th wife of William De Jeanne/ Jayne 1618--1714 . Now here is what I suggest you and other interested persons do Go to the "Google Site " and type in William De Jeanne Of course search scroll down 6 items, called surnames you will find some interesting reading also for those who want some pictures they can get them here on that site ( tombstone and Home ) One other point and that is that as a student of Church History I feel that records and that is of William not Henry would be wiped out because as we know Wiiiam became a Purtian minster and that would call for excomunication from the Church of England and they would prefer to say he never exisited. Thats it I will be glad to share info Ken Tuttle of Quakertown Pa

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