Cathy in Michigan,
If your Benjamin is the same Benjamin Harrington born 1618, died in Massachusetts 18 April 1694, then we are distantly related. I can tell you all you are ever likely to want to know about your ancestors in England; far more than will fit in a post on this site. Email me at...
DR Harrington: Yes the Harringtons of Great Maplestead are direct descendents from Oswulf, although he is usually described as Osulph de Flemingby, not Haverington. Osulph was the earliest direct male line ancestor which Ian Grimble was able to identify when he wrote his history of the Harington...
So good to hear from you. I calculate that we are fourth cousins once
removed. I have a fairly full history from Isaac (b 1791 or 1792). I
also have down as far as Sidney Harrington, your grandfather, but there
my information stops. I have been researching for three years and I now
I too am descended from Isaac Harrington, he was my 5 x great grandfather, and I am 2nd cousin once removed to Camilla. My line of descent is:
Isaac H, Philip H, Isaac H, Isaac H, Henry H, Cecil H, Charles H.
Where are you from Isaac (b. 1685)?