Wonder if this MILLS line is that of the James and Willism MILLS referened in book
"Ye Early Plantation Owners of Virgnia' or to that effect.
read in a the Culver CIty Library, Culver City, CA back before 1990.
Not sure of the name now, lost the actual reference.
Showed the two MILLS names on a map beside each other with the river running past their land.
Always was curous if they were related to one another. And possibly later on to my MILLS of Ohio at the time,now found in New Jersey as well.
DNA testing now being offered have you any male MILLS who might consider joining the project.
To add to the knowledge base and help to sort us out further.
I used www.familytreedna.com under MLLS to test my MILLS descendant.
Now there are 7 altogeher that match pretty much.
Just now have to get the paper rail in line.
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