In the same edition of the Belfield Geno Letter Anna and Thankful Dye and their Belfield husbands are mentioned. These women are my great-way back-grandmothers. The edition goes on that the women were direct descendants of Francis Cooke, the 17th signer of the Mayflower Compact. I had been told this as a child by my grandmother and I found the Geno Belfield letter on ancestry. I finally found the lineage back to Francis and John Cooke. I am going to link this up utilizing Thankful Dye. She was the daughter of Samuel Dye 1757-1832 and Anne Rogers9from the disputed Rogers line) 1764-1800. Samuel Dye was the son of John Dye 1733-1775 who married Thankful Potter 1741-1801. Thankful Potter was the daughter of William Potter and Elizabeth Mosher 1721-aft 1761. Elizabeth Mosher was the daughter of Jonathan Mosher 1699-1760 and Isabel Potter 1703-1760. Jonathan Mosher was the son of Joseph Mosher abt 1670-1754 who married Lydia Tabor 1673-1754. Lydia was the daughter of Philip Tabor 1644-1693 and Mary Cooke 1648-1712. Mary was the daughter of John Cooke 1606-1695 who came with his father Francis Cooke at the age of 13 to America on the Mayflower in 1620. John Cooke married Sarah Warren whose father was also onboard the Mayflower, at Plymouth 28 Mar 1634. I have attached documents in ancestry but to no avail have I been able to look at the Mayflower books on Francis Cooke that are said to document his descendants. Can anyone look this up or contact me on the ancestors I have just listed? firstname.lastname@example.org
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