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Recent content by sueanngoodfellowkelly

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    Goodfellow's LOST Family Ties from London, England before 1639 Migration

    I have seen these records already there are 2 Entries, Thomas 1 to an unknown and Thomas 2 to Mary Grant. Thank you for that though. I appreciate it very much.welcome
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    Goodfellow's LOST Family Ties from London, England before 1639 Migration

    There is evidence there were 2 Thomas Goodfellows, although most books confuse which is which, the son was born in 1620 and I have found records of a Thomas being born in 1622 that had a father named I believe as Thos., which is also what my ancestor went as I believe in Connecticut, as well. He...
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    Goodfellow's LOST Family Ties from London, England before 1639 Migration

    Because in an interview with his widow, during probate according to ancestry.com, Mary Grant Goodfellow states that, "It would be most fruitful for anyone who looked for his family, to look toward London, England." It said either Essex or Middlesex also, but it's been so long I cannot remember...
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    Goodfellow's LOST Family Ties from London, England before 1639 Migration

    Hello My ancestor was Thomas Goodfellow who migrated to the colonies during the great migration and was in Wethersfield, Connecticut prior to 1639. The buck stops there. I cannot find any record of his migration anywhere. Thomas Goodfellow supposedly came from London. He also had a son who was...
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