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Re: Richard Pettingell Questions (1600's) Ipswich Trials
Posted by: Priscilla Pettengill (ID *****2982) Date: August 15, 2004 at 05:22:35
In Reply to: Re: Richard Pettingell Questions (1600's) Ipswich Trials by Robert C Pettengill of 463

Interesting.
Yes I've seen many inaccuracies is official records.
However statements about Richard's age were from 3 court documents which are fairly consistant: in 1667 he says he is 47 (1620), in 1673 he says about 52 (about 1621), in 1678 he says about 60(about 1621. A puzzle.
I'm not sure what you're saying about the Mayflower people.
How do you define a founding father? The dictionary says a leading figure in the founding of the US which is rather vague or specifically a member of the American Constitutional Convention.


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