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3 comments:

Revmarge616 said...

Greetings,

I am going to visit Bradford in early October. I hope to visit sites where my ancestor, Robert Hazeltine first settled. in fact may be one of the founders of Rawley. Is it possible to purchase one of your books on the history of the area. Two Years ago I visited Settle, England where I found Hazeltines. I have Roberts will. Any info you could share would be wonderful.

Margaret Williams

Unknown said...

I have a Bradbury family lineage that speaks of a Capt. Thomas Bradbury of York. Just looking to connect some dots. Any help would be appreciated.

Builder said...

Jeanie- I loved your summation of Willian Sargent 1. I thought he was born in 1605 Bath/Somerset England, but I have heard 1598 and 1610.

William Sargent is my 9th ggf, As you said he lived in Ipswich, Newbury, Hampton NH, Salisbury, and finally Amesbury.
I live in Newburyport Mass and find it amusing that he lived all around me within 2 miles.

I like your blog

Sincerely; Donald Jay

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