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NJB:
Some of my wonderful ancestors:


My ancestors come from all sorts of places, but they are mostly of English, lowland Scottish and American origin. They fought in various wars, and had various professions. Some were millwrights, soldiers, town clerks, Indian fighters (unfortunately), and many of my more distant ancestors were even lords, counts, earls, dukes, kings and emperors (see: My Royal Ancestors. Some were even Christian and Muslim martyrs, saints, Imams and Prophets (see my table of Islamic ancestors below) (also see My Prophetic Ancestors). They followed many religions (Christians of the Protestant separatist/Puritan movements, Methodists, Anglicans, Roman Catholics as well as Muslims and most lately Bahá'ís), My direct male ancestors worked in coal mines, and as iron puddlers. I have not been able to trace my Bridgewater ancestors beyond the early nineteenth century.


The earliest direct male-line Bridgewater that I can trace is one Thomas BRIDGWATER. He was born circa 1823 (but christened 14 Jan 1826) in Stoke St. Milborough, Shropshire, England. He married (14 Dec 1846 in Brockmoor, Staffordshire) Maria LEWIS (christened 20 Sep 1821 in Neen Savage, Shropshire), daughter of Joseph Lewis (b. c. 1791). When I finally obtained a copy of their marriage certificate, I discovered that Thomas was the illegitimate son of Hannah BRIDGWATERS (christened 13 Aug 1806). I have not yet been able to discover who the father was. If anyone has any information which might help me to track him down, please let me know [see my page "Who was the father of Thomas Bridgwater of Stoke St. Milborough?"]. Hannah was the daughter of Edward BRIDGWATERS and Elizabeth EDWARDS. Edward was christened on 18 Mar 1770 in Cold Weston, Shropshire, England. His parents were John BRIDGWATER(S) and Hannah.


Thomas and Maria's son, also Thomas Bridgwater, was born 18 Nov 1861 in Kingswinford, Stafford, England. His wife was Pheobe Hannah Lawton or Laughton. She was born circa 1862, also in Kingswinford. Her father was Sampson Laughton, who was born circa 1826 in Sedgley, Stafford, England. Thomas Bridgewater and Pheobe H. Lawton’s son was also named Thomas, and he was born 1 January 1892 in the Dell, Pennsnett, Staffs, England. He later married Emma Louisa Holt, and they had a son named Freddie. Freddie Bridgewater was born on 27 August 1920 in Pensnett and died on 20 September 1992. He married Laura Hopley, who was born on 20 July 1922 in Audley, Stoke-on-Trent, England and died 24 October 2003 in Exmouth, Devon, England. She was the daughter of Leonard Hopley and Rachel Elizabeth Buckley.


Their child was ********* ************, my father. He was born on *************** in **************. He later married **********************, an American with a mixture of lowland Scottish and English ancestry, tracing back to the sixteen hundreds. It is through her that I can trace most of my ancestors. This is mostly thanks to the genealogical dedication of my maternal grandfather, James Clifford Eaton. ************** also has many royal and noble connections, through both her mother and her father. The earliest traceable ancestors on my father's side (as of 2006) are Randolph Lawton (b.c. 1550) and Helen Fernihough (Thanks to the research of my fifth cousin, twice removed, Anne Lawton).


Our earliest traceable ancestor used to be William Fairbanke (b. 1445). I have now traced many lines going back to King Edward III Plantagenet, my 20th and 21st great grandfather, and thus to the Royal Families of Scotland, France, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Russia, etc. Some of my oldest traceable lines go back to the Merovingians, the High Kings of Ireland and the Welsh Royal Families. I am descended from several of Edward III's sons, including several lines from each of the following: John of Gaunt, Lionel of Antwerp and Edmund of Langley. I am descended from Richard, 3rd Duke of York, father of Edward IV and great-grandfather of Henry VIII. I have so many Plantagenet links that if I were alive during the Wars of the Roses I might have had a good shot at the throne, if I could raise an army of course. Henry VII, the first Tudor monarch, only has one link to Edward III through the "legitimised" Beaufort line which had no right to the throne. I have many legitimate links to Edward III, as well as Beaufort lines. I share many of the same ancestors as Elizabeth of York, in marrying whom Henry VII strengthened his claim to the throne.

I am descended from Lady Margaret Plantagenet, 8th Countess of Salisbury (1467/70-1541), who was the governess of the famous Queen Mary I Tudor, otherwise known as "Bloody Mary". However, she fell out of favour with Mary's father, Henry VIII, because she was seen as supportive of his wife, Catherine of Aragorn. Besides this fact, Henry VIII was trying to get rid of rival claimants and Margaret Plantagenet was just too royal to be allowed to live. My ancestor was sent to a cruel execution on the 25th of May 1541 in the Tower of London, where she was killed by an axe only after 11 blows. The first axe blow missed her head and afterwards she fled and was chased by the axeman who hacked her to death. She was beatified in 1886 by Pope Leo XIII and the feast day of "Blessed Margaret Pole" (her husband's surname was Pole) is on the 28th of May. Her son, and the brother of my ancestor, was Reginald Pole, the last Roman Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury (under Queen Mary I Tudor, whom my ancestor had helped to raise), who was nearly elected Pope. Henry VIII also executed her son, Henry Pole, from whom I am descended. I always thought I might be related to Henry VIII (on account of the red hair), and I am in fact a descendant of his great-grandfather, but I never imagined that Henry VIII had tried to exterminate my ancestors in the most cruel manner.

Through the wife of Edmund of Langley, Princess Isabel of Castile and Leon, the daughter of Pedro the Cruel and Maria Juana de Padilla, I can trace a link going back to Muhammad, the Messenger of God and Seal of the Prophets (pbuH&Hd). Maria de Padilla is descended from a relationship between Alfonso VI of Castile and a Moorish woman from the line of the Chamberlains of Seville, which traces back through a female line to Hassan, the 2nd of the Holy Imáms, and son of 'Alí, Commander of the Faithful, the first Imám and appointed successor of Muhammad (pbuH&Hd). Although he was elected as the 4th Caliph of Islám, Muhammad (pbuH&Hd) is said to have verbally appointed 'Alí, His cousin and son-in-law, as His hereditary successor. 'Ali was married to Fatimih, the daughter of the Prophet, but was also descended through the male line from Muhammad's grandfather. I am descended through at least three lines from Maria de Padilla, and thus, have at least three lines of descent from the Prophet Muhammad (pbuH&Hd), Who is my 45th Great-Grandfather. This is quite interesting since I'm going to be studying Arabic and Persian, and, as a Baha'i, have always been a firm believer in Muhammad (pbuH&Hd), the Holy Qur'an and the Holy Imáms (the 12 hereditary successors of the Prophet). For more information on the Baha'i Faith, see "What is the Baha'i Faith?" Also, for information on the holy ancestry of Bahá'u'lláh, Founder of the Baha'i Faith, see: Ancestry of Bahá'u'lláh

Another interesting ancestor (who also suffered as a similar fate to the Blessed Margaret Pole) was Edmund Dudley, Esquire. He was originally a barrister, as well under-sheriff of London from 1496-7 to 1502-3. He afterwards sold his office, went to court, and came into the favour of the then king Henry VII Tudor, such that, in January 1504, he was appointed Speaker of the House of Commons. Later on, he also received appointment as King's President of the Council and joint Commissioner, with Sir Richard Empson, for the forfeitures under penal statutes. After the death of Henry VII, he, along with Empson, was arrested and confined to the Tower of London for sixteen months, before being executed on the 17th of August 1510. During this time, he wrote the "Tree of Common Wealth", a treatise in support of absolute monarchy, which was written in order to convince Henry VIII to show mercy upon him. Unfortunately, the treatise probably never reached the court of the king, and, in any case, Henry VIII was not known for his boundless mercy. I have transcribed the treatise, which you can read HERE. One of his sons became John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland. John Dudley, in his turn, became the father of Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester, who was the main favourite of the Virgin Queen, Elizabeth I. I am descended from the Duke of Northumberland's half-sister, Elizabeth, whose mother was Anne Windsor (the Duke's mother being Elizabeth Grey).

As for American ancestors, I have discovered a link to the Elder, William Brewster, a leading founder of the Separatist Church and a Mayflower passenger along with his wife. So, it turns out that I even had ancestors present at the "first Thanksgiving". My "religious" ancestry thus appears to be quite mixed, as I am descended from strong Catholics, like Margaret Plantagenet, Muslims as well as non-conformist or separatist and Puritan Protestants as well as conformist Anglicans on my father's side. My parents are both Bahá'ís so I have a very interesting "religious ancestry".

John Humphreys (1596-1661), General (see source [saved at the Internet Archive]), my 11th great grandfather, was an immigrant to New England. His wife was Susan Clinton, Lady Fynes. After falling out with Governor Winthrop he returned to England on 26 Oct 1641. He was offered governship of a new colony named Providence in the West Indies but instead got caught up in the English Civil War. He was the one who carried the sword during the trial of King Charles I Stuart. He never returned to New England. I suppose that means he was a Cromwellian. I am more sympathetic to the martyred Charles.

Another recent Protestant link I've discovered is Captain John Thomas, who according to Hudson-Mohawk Genealogical and Family Memoirs, Vol. II, pp. 755-757, was the "son of Andrew Thomas, of Carmaethan, Wales, a descendant of Sir Rys ap Thomas, created Knight of the Garter in 1507, and one of the four knights who accompanied the king to the Field of the Cloth of Gold and a nephew of Captain John Thomas, who was a valiant and honorable captain in the Royal Navy in 1656. Captain John Thomas (later the emigrant) in 1688 was selected as the messenger to carry to Holland, from the Lords and Bishops of England, their invitation to William of Orange to come over and expel James II from the English throne. This was a most hazardous undertaking and required the greatest secrecy and caution. Sewing the letters underneath the lining of his coat, he took passage, but before reaching his destination his vessel was compelled to heave-to, and submit to being searched by an English man-of-war. He escaped detection and safely delivered his letters and messages to William. When William invaded England, Captain John Thomas was commander of the vessel that conveyed the Prince and Princess of Orange to the English shore. For this and other valuable services he was given by the King a paper grant of thirty thousand pounds and four oil paintings of the King and Queen, Prince George and Princess, afterward Queen Anne... Captain John was a mariner and commanded vessels that sailed the world over, it being his boast that there were few seaports in the whole world he had not entered with his ship. For some reason unexplained he was compelled to leave England prior to 1694. He is first heard from in New England in 1694, and the first mention is in the diary of Judge Samuel Lewell, who names him in that year. He settled in Braintree, where he married." According to some sources, Sir Rhys (Rys / Rees) ap Thomas was the one who actually killed Richard III, which is pretty weird since I'm descended from George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of Clarence who was the brother of Richard. This means that one possible ancestor (Sir Rhys) killed the brother of my other ancestor, the Duke of Clarence!

I have discovered that I am a 10th cousin, once removed of President George W. Bush (I am not involved in partisan politics, this is just of genealogical interest), and 10th cousin twice removed of former President George H.W. Bush. Our common ancestor is William Sabin(baptised 1609), one of the early settlers of New England. I have known for quite some time that I have Lincoln ancestors, but have not, until now, managed to trace my connection with the famous Lincoln. Through a couple of websites (here and here) I am a fifth cousin, five times removed from President Abraham Lincoln through our common ancestors Samuel Lincoln and Martha Lyford, a 7th cousin, 5 times removed through our common ancestors Edward Gilman and Mary Hawes and an 8th cousin four and five times removed through our common ancestors Robert Lincoln and Margaret Alberye.

I was born on 11 June 1985 in Worcester, Worcestershire, England, U.K. The first 4 years of my life were spent in England, but we moved to America. I was resident in Palmyra, Wayne County, New York, U.S.A. for ten years, after which we moved temporarily to England. After spending almost two years there, we moved to the Hellenic Republic (Greece), where we lived for roughly two years. My parents and I then lived in Wales from 2003-2004. I went to Warsaw, Poland, where I did my year of service to the Bahá’í Faith. My main work there was among the Esperantists. Esperanto is an international auxiliary language initiated by Ludwik Lazarus Zamenhof in 1886, intended to be an intrument of world peace and international understanding. He designed it to be an easy-to-learn, regular, yet beautiful language capable of representing any human thought and expression. It is neutral, belonging to no person, nation, culture, creed or religion. Esperantists have developed a lively international community, culture and literature based upon the principle of the brotherhood of humankind. (If you want to learn more about Esperanto, you can see Esperanto.net, the official website of the Universal Esperanto Association, the Esperanto League for North America, the Esperanto Association of Britain or a number of other sites in English.) I was also involved in the Bahá’í Institute process in Poland, supporting several Ruhi Book study circles. Since September 2005 I've been studying Middle Eastern Languages (Modern Standard Arabic and Modern Persian) at the University of Manchester, in England. In my third year I plan to go to Egypt and Iran to study. The whole course lasts four years.



Grandpa Freddie Bridgewater Grandpa Bridgewater
Grandma Laura Hopley Grandma Laura Hopley
Grandpa James C. Eaton Grandpa James C. Eaton
Grandma Margaret Nutter Grandma Margaret Nutter

Why do we travel so much? Well, my mother is American so we wanted to move over there. Eventually, we wanted to return to the UK and then go to another country. We wanted to go to Greece to learn about another culture and to help out the Bahá’í community in Patras, Greece. My parents and I are members of the Bahá’í Faith. Bahá'u'lláh said: "The earth is but one country, and mankind its citizens" and "This span of earth is but one homeland and one habitation.". So Greece, England, Wales, America, they are all part of our homeland. Wherever I live is my native country. So you could say that I've never left home. And wherever I go there are friends, fellow Bahá’ís, who are all part of one global community. (If you want to learn more about the Bahá’í Faith see my website, Nick's Bahá’í FAQ or the official Bahá’í website, www.bahai.org)

I would be interested to hear if anyone can provide additional information about my father’s ancestry. I would be interested to know anything I can about the Bridgewaters. If anyone knows of Bridgewaters in the regions which I have specified prior to the 19th century, or directly connecting to one of my ancestors, please contact me. It would be interesting hear how far other Bridgewaters have traced their male lines. I would also be interested in further information regarding my Lawton (Laughton), Brown, Buckely, Holt, Hopley and Tunley ancestors.

My G-Grandfather James Kent Eaton
James Kent Eaton
(1886-1979)
My G-Grandmother Olive Clifford
Olive Clifford
wife of James K. Eaton
(1887-1981)
My G-G-Grandfather James Francis Eaton
James Francis Eaton
(1850-1922)
My G-G-Grandmother Agnes Louise Kent
Agnes Louise Kent
wife of James F. Eaton
(1854-1932)

My great-grandfather Thomas Bridgewater
Thomas Bridgewater
(b. 1892)
My great-grandfather William Josiah Nutter
William Josiah Nutter
(1881-1932)
My great-grandmother Miriam Clark Fearing
Miriam Clark Fearing
wife of William Josiah Nutter
(1889-1988)
My great-great-grandfather Henry James Nutter
Henry James Nutter
(b. 1854)

My great-great-grandfather Clarence White Fearing
Clarence White Fearing
My great-great-grandmother Mary Blanchard Tirrell
Mary Blanchard Tirrell
wife of Clarence Fearing
(b. 1855)
My G-G-G-Grandfather Joseph Eaton
Joseph Eaton
(1817-1910)
My G-G-G-Grandmother Agnes Fife (Fyfe)
Agnes Fife (Fyfe)
wife of Joseph Eaton
(1820-1885)





My g-g-g-grandfather Benjamin Dannatt
Benjamin Dannatt
(1825-1890)
My g-g-g-grandmother Jane Cortis
Jane Cortis
wife of Benjamin Dannatt
(b. 1826)
My g-g-grandfather James Clifford
James Orra Clifford
(1856-1943)
My g-g-grandmother Mary Elizabeth Dannatt
Mary Elizabeth Dannatt
wife of James Clifford
(b. 1859)





My g-g-g-grandfather Emery Clifford
Emery Clifford
(1832-1896)
My g-g-g-grandmother Mary Jane Osgood
Mary Jane Osgood
wife of Emery Clifford
(1838-1923)
My g-g-g-grandfather John Kent
John Kent
(1822-1907)
My g-g-g-grandmother Agnes Miller
Agnes Miller
wife of John Kent
(d. 1887)


My 14 x G-Grandfather Edward Clinton, 1st Earl of Lincoln
Edward Clinton
1st Earl of Lincoln
(1513-1585)
My 16 x G-Grandmother Margaret, Countess of Salisbury
Margaret Plantagenet
Countess of Salisbury
(c. 1469-1541)
My 15th or 16th g-grandfather Edmund Dudley, Esquire
Edmund Dudley, Esquire
Speaker of the House of Commons
(pictured on the right*)
(1462-1510)
My 19 & 20 x G-Grandfather John of Gaunt
Prince John "of Gaunt"
1st Duke of Lancaster
(1340-1398/99)


My 22 & 23 x G-Grandfather King Edward I
Edward I "Longshanks"
King of England
(1239-1307)
My 20 & 21 x G-Grandfather King Edward III
Edward III Plantagenet
King of England
(1312-1377)
My 24th great-grandfather St. Louis the IX
St. Louis IX Capet
King of France
Rex Christianissimus
(1214/15-1270)
My 27th great-grandfather Friedrich III Barbarossa
Friedrich III Barbarossa
Holy Roman Emperor
(1122-1190)


My 24th & 28th g-grandfather Afonso I of Portugal
Afonso I Henriques
1st King of Portugal
(1109-1185)
My 26th, 27th & 28th g-grandfather Guillaume le Conquérant
William I "the Conqueror"
(Guillaume le Conquérant)
1st Norman King of England
(c. 1028-1087)
My 30th, 32nd & 33rd g-grandfather Alfred the Great, King of Wessex & England
Alfred (Ælfrēd) the Great
King of England
(849-899)
My 45th g-grandfather Charlemagne, Emperor of the West
Charlemagne
Emperor of the West
(724-814)


My (44th or) 45th g-grandfather
Muhammad, Messenger of God (pbuH&Hd)
Muhammad ibn 'Abdu'lláh,
(Peace be upon Him & His descendants)
Prophet and Messenger of God
(570-632)

*Thanks to "Who's Who in Tudor History".

In addition, I am particularly interested in my Scottish ancestry, and any connections or additional information would be helpful. If there are any errors on my page, please contact me. Thank you. :-)

Some Photos:
My 14 x great-grandfather: Sir Edward Clinton, 1st Earl of Lincoln
My 16 x great-grandmother: Lady Margaret Plantagenet, Countess of Salisbury
My 19 & 20 x great-grandfather: Prince John "of Gaunt" Plantagenet
My 20 x 21 great-grandfather: Edward III Plantagent, King of England
My paternal great-grandfather: Thomas Bridgewater
My paternal grandfather: Freddie Bridgewater
My great-grandfather: James Kent Eaton
My great-grandmother: Olive Clifford
My great-grandfather: William Josiah Nutter
My great-grandmother: Miriam Clark Fearing
My great-great-grandfather: James Francis Eaton
My great-great-grandmother: Agnes Louise Kent
My great-great-grandfather: James Orra Clifford
My great-great-grandmother: Mary Elizabeth Dannatt
My great-great-grandfather: Henry James Nutter
My great-great-grandfather: Clarence White Fearing
My great-great-grandmother: Mary Blanchard Tirrell
My great-great-great-grandfather: Joseph Eaton
My great-great-great-grandmother: Agnes Fife
My great-great-great-grandfather: John Kent
My great-great-great-grandmother: Agnes Miller
My great-great-great-grandfather: Emery Clifford
My great-great-great-grandmother: Mary Jane Osgood
My great-great-great-grandfather: Benjamin Dannatt
My great-great-great-grandmother: Jane Cortis
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Some surnames in my ancestry:
Paternal Side:
Bridgewater, Brown, Buckley, Holt, Hopley, Lawton (Laughton), Tunley

Maternal Side (maternal grandfather):
Abbott, Allen, Barker, Barstow, Bell, Brockwell, Brooks, Brown, Carr, Carrie (Kerrie), Chamberlain, Chandler, Church, Clifford, Cobb, Cortis, Curtis, Dannatt, de Vere, Eaton (Eatten/Ayton), Fairbanks, Fife (Fyfe/Fyffe), Ford, Fowler, Gallup, Gawkroger (Gawruger), Goodale, Hammond, Heywood, Hosmer, House, Hubbard, Jennison, Joslyn, Joy, Kent, Keyes, Lancaster, Larrabee, Lovell, Marlow, Millard (Miller), Miller, McCranney, Nichol, Orvis, Osgood, Payne, Pinson, Plantagenet, Potter, Prescott, Prince, Ray, Ruggles, Sabin, Sawyer, Shedd, Squire, Sylvester, Smith, Smyth, Standlake, Tarry, Thurber, Trippe, Trower, Vinton, Wade, Ward, White, Wilder, Winsley (Winslow)

Maternal Side (maternal grandmother):
Andrews, Blanchard, Bridges, Carter, Condon, Cross, de Vere, Derby, Fearing, Freeman, Gott, Kitfield, Ober, Lincoln, Loud, Means, Nutter, Plantagenet, Rich, Roberts, Shaw, Tirrell, Thomas, White

Lowland Scottish Ancestry
Eaton [Clan Home]: From a Norman knight, de Vescey, who distinguished himself at the Battle of Hastings
Fife, Fyfe, Fyffe [Clan MacDuff]: MacDuff was the patronymic of the Celtic Earls of Fife. Duff comes from the Celtic Dubh or black/dark
Carrie, Kerrie and Car or Kerr [Clan Kerr]: Anglo-Norman descent settling in Scots borders in the 14th c. Descended from John Ker, the hunter of Swinhope (c. 12th century)
Bell [Clan MacMillan]: Origins disputed. Possibly from French town of Belle, a Frenchman named Gilbert Le Bel
or William Le Bel, a shortening of Isabel, from the Druid priests of Baal, etc.
Cobb [Clan Lindsay]: Lowland origin, descended from a Norman, Baldric de Lindesaya
Taylor [Clan Cameron]: One old tradition states that the progenitor of the Camerons was one Cameron, named as
such for his crooked nose. He was a younger son of the Danish royal family, and assisted in the restoration of
Fergus II in 404 A.D. Possibly descended from the original ancient Scots. One tradition states that the 1st chief
married a sister of Banquo, Thane of Lochaber and was named Angus.


Male Line (English ancestry; illegtimate): To NJBr:
Unknown Male (Of, Stoke St. Milborough, Shropshire) ‡ Hannah Bridgwaters (b. 1806)
Thomas Bridgwater (b. 1832; illegitimate son of above) = Maria Lewis
Thomas Bridgwater (b. 1862) = Pheobe Hannah Lawton (Laughton)
Thomas Bridgewater (b. 1892) (WW1 in South Staffs. Reg.) = Emma Louisa Holt
Freddie Bridgewater (b. 1920) = Laura Hopley

Bridgwater Line (origin of my surname): John Bridgwaters to NJB
John Bridgwater(s) = Hannah
Edward Bridgwaters (b. 1770) = Elizabeth Edwards
Hannah Bridgwaters (b. 1806) ‡ Unknown Male (Of, Stoke St. Milborough, Shropshire)
Thomas Bridgwater (b. 1832; illegitimate son of above) = Maria Lewis
Thomas Bridgwater (b. 1862) = Pheobe Hannah Lawton (Laughton)
Thomas Bridgewater (b. 1892) = Emma Louisa Holt
Freddie Bridgewater (b. 1920) = Laura Hopley

Lawton Line (the earliest known ancestors of my father, thus far):
Randolph Lawton (b.c. 1550) = Helen Fernihough
John Lawton (b. 1591)
Ralph Lawton = Joyce
John Lawton = (m.1671) Martha Rowley
Thomas Lawton (b. 1679) = Elizabeth Walter
William Lawton (1727-1766) = Elizabeth
Thomas Lawton (1765-1837) = Sarah Wickstead
John Lawton (b. c. 1791)
Mary Holland (b. c. 1816) = George Holland
Eliza Holland (b. 1835) = William Buckley
William George Buckley (b. 1866) = Mary Ann Booth
Rachel Elizabeth Buckley (b. 1896) = Leonard Hopley (her first cousin, once removed)
Laura Hopley (b. 1922) = Freddie Bridgewater (b. 1920)

Maternal-Male Line (Scottish ancestry): David Eaton to NJB:
[Eatons descend from a Norman knight, de Vescey, who distinguished himself in the Battle of Hastings.
Granted land near Home/Hume territories. Eatons are a sept of the Scottish Home or Hume Clan]
David Eaton (Aiton/Eatten) (b. abt. 1750) = Ann Taylor
David Eaton (b. 1779) = Agnes Carrie (Kerry)
Joseph I. Eaton (b. 1817) (weaver, farmer) = Agnes Fife (Fyfe/Fyffe)
James Francis Eaton (b. 1850) (president Whitman College, Walla Walla, WI, Pastor in NYState) = Agnes Louise Kent
James Kent Eaton (b. 1886) = Olive Clifford
James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916) (Harvard graduate, military service in China and Korea) = Margaret Tirrell Nutter

Direct Maternal Line: Hannah Pratt to NJB
Hannah Pratt (b. 1674) = Ebeneezer Shaw
Sarah Shaw (b. 1700) = Seth Turner
Miriam (Twin) Turner (d. 1800) = Nehemiah Joy
Lydia Joy (1748-1828) = Jacob Loud
Polly Loud (1781-1833) = Captain Andrew Thomas
Nancy Thomas (1805-1905) = Ensign Warren Shaw (militia)
Belinda Shaw = Quincy Adams Tirrell (shoemaker/panned for gold in California, shiprecked in Panama but rescued)
Mary Blanchard Tirrell (b. 1855) = Clarence White Fearing
Miriam Clark Fearing (b. 1889) = William Josiah Nutter
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton (Harvard graduate, military service in China, and Korea)

Mayflower Ancestry from Elder William Brewster
William Brewster, Elder (d. 1644) = Mary (d. 1627)
Jonathan Brewster (1593-1659) = Lucretia Oldham (1600-1678/9)
Mary Brewster (1627-1645) = John Turner (1620-1697)
Mary Turner (1658-1728) = Isaac Prince (1654-1718)
Onner Prince (1701-1777) = Francis Loude (1700-1722)
Jacob Loud (1723-1779) = Mary Smith (1726-1797)
Jacob Loud (1746/7-1820) = Lydia Joy (1748-1828)
Polly Loud (1781-1833) = Andrew Thomas, Captain (1776-1857)
Nancy Thomas (1805-1905) = Warren Shaw, Ensign (d. 1870)
Belinda Shaw = Quincy Adams Tirrell (b. 1818)
Mary Blanchard Tirrell (1855-1951) = Clarence White Fearing (b. 1850)
Miriam Clark Fearing (1889-1988) = William Josiah Nutter (1881-1932)
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916)

Line from Captain John Thomas
(who commanded the vessel that brought William of Orange to England):

Captain John Thomas (c. 1670-1714), son of Andrew Thomas = Lydia Whitman
John Thomas (1709/10-1781) = Silence Orcutt
John "Governor" Thomas (1751-1834) = Lydia Bayley
Captain Andrew Thomas (1776-1857) = Polly Loud
Nancy Thomas (1776-1857) = Ensign Warren Shaw
Belinda Shaw = Quincy Adams Tirrell
Mary Blanchard Tirrell (1855-1951) = Clarence White Fearing
Miriam Clark Fearing (1889-1988) = William Josiah Nutter
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916)

Descent from the de Vere Earls of Genney and Oxford
(one of more than 19 of my lines to Aubrey II de Vere that I know of):

Rainfroi de Ver of Anjou, Lord of Forez and Poitiers = Maelasanu (Melusine) d’Avallon
Prince Maelo (Milo) de Ver, Comte d’Anjou (b. c. 760) = Bertheld (Bertbelle), sister of Emperor Charlemagne
Milo II de Ver, Earl of Genney (Ghisnes) = Avelina de Nauntes
Nicasius (Nissé) de Ver, Earl of Genney (Ghisnes) = Agathe de Champain
Otho de Vere, Earl of Genney (Ghisnes) = Constance de Chatres
Amelius (Adolphus) de Vere, Earl of Genney (Ghisnes) = Maud de Ponthieu
Gallus (Guillaume) de Vere, Earl of Genney (Ghisnes) = Gerbrudris de Cleremont
Manasses de Vere, Earl of Genney (Ghisnes) = Petronilla de Boleine
Alphonsus (Alberic) I de Vere, Earl of Genney (Ghisnes) = Katarine of Flaunders
Aubrey I (Alberic/Alphonsus) de Vere, Earl of Genney (Ghisnes) = Beatrix of Normandy, sister of King William I
Aubrey II de Vere, Earl of Genney (Ghisnes), Justiciar of England (1062-1141) = Adeliza (Alice) de Clare
Sir Aubrey III de Vere, Earl of Genney (Ghisnes), 1st Earl of Oxford (1110-1194) = Agnes Fitz Suein
Sir Robert de Vere, 3rd Earl of Oxford (d. 1221) = Isabel de Bolebec
Sir Hugh de Vere, 4th Earl of Oxford (d. 1263) = Hawise de Quincy
Sir Robert de Vere, 5th Earl of Oxford (b. 1240) = Alice de Sanford
Sir Alfonso de Vere (b. c. 1260) = Joan Foliot, daughter of Sir Richard Foliot
Sir John de Vere, 7th Earl of Oxford (b. 1311/12) = Maud de Badlesmere
Margaret de Vere (d. 1398) = Henry Beaumont (b. 1340)
Eleanor Beaumont (b. c. 1363) = Richard de Moleyns (b. c. 1353)
William Moleyns (d. 1425) = Margery Whalesborough
William de Moleyns (1405-1429) = Anne Whalesborough
Eleanor de Moleyns (1426-1476) = Robert Hungerford, Lord Moleyns
Sir Thomas Hungerford (b. c. 1437) = Lady Anne Percy
Mary Hungerford (c. 1467-1533) = Edward, Lord Hastings (1466-1506)
George Hastings, 1st Earl of Huntingdon (c. 1489-1544) = Anne Stafford
Francis Hastings, 2nd Earl of Huntingdon (1514-1569) = Lady Catherine Pole (1511-1576)
Catherine Hastings (1542-1576) = Henry Clinton, 2nd Earl of Lincoln
Thomas Clinton, 3rd Earl of Lincoln (1571-1619) = Elizabeth Knyvett
Susan Clinton (b. c. 1602) = John Humphreys (1596-1661) [emigrated to America]
Thomas Humphrey (b. 1638) = Hannah Lane (b. 1639)
George Humphrey (b. 1665/6) = Elizabeth Carver (b. 1662/3)
Hannah Humphrey (b. 1698) = Simon Joy
Nehemiah Joy (1726-1802) = Miriam (Twin) Turner
Lydia Joy (1748-1828) = Jacob Loud
Polly Loud (1781-1833) = Captain Andrew Thomas
Nancy Thomas (1805-1905) = Ensign Warren Shaw
Belinda Shaw = Quincy Adams Tirrell (b. 1818)
Mary Blanchard Tirrell (1855-1951) = Clarence White Fearing
Miriam Clark Fearing (1889-1988) = William Josiah Nutter
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916)

Descent from the Clinton Family
Renebault Tankerville (b. c. 1096) = Agnes Stigand
Osbert de Clinton (b. c. 1122)
Osbert de Clinton (c. 1154-1200) = Margaret de Hatton
Obsert de Clinton (c. 1180-1222) = Elysont (Elisant)
Thomas de Clinton (c. 1206-1278) = Mazera (Mezera) de Bisege
Thomas de Clinton (c. 1231-1264) = Maude Bracebridge
John de Clinton, 1st Baron Clinton (c. 1258-1313) = Ida Odingsell
John de Clinton, 2nd Baron Clinton (c. 1300-1335) = Margery Corbet
John de Clinton, 3rd Baron Clinton (c. 1325-1398) = Idonea de Saye
William de Clinton (1351-1376) = Elizabeth Deincourt William de Clinton, 4th Baron Clinton (1377-1431) = Alice (Anne?) Botreaux
John Clinton, 5th Baron Clinton (c. 1410-1464) = Joan Ferrers
John Clinton, 6th Baron Clinton (1431-1488) = Anne Stafford
John Clinton, 7th Baron Clinton (1471-1514) = Elizabeth Morgan
Thomas Clinton, 8th Baron Clinton (1490-1517) = Joan (Mary?) Poynings
Sir Edward Clinton (1513-1585) = Ursula Stourton
Henry Clinton, 2nd Earl of Lincoln (1540-1616) = Lady Catherine Hastings
Thomas Clinton, 3rd Earl of Lincoln (1571-1619) = Elizabeth Knyvett
Susan Clinton (b. c. 1602) = John Humphreys (1596-1661) [emigrated to America]
Thomas Humphrey (b. 1638) = Hannah Lane (b. 1639)
George Humphrey (b. 1665/6) = Elizabeth Carver (b. 1662/3)
Hannah Humphrey (b. 1698) = Simon Joy
Nehemiah Joy (1726-1802) = Miriam (Twin) Turner
Lydia Joy (1748-1828) = Jacob Loud
Polly Loud (1781-1833) = Captain Andrew Thomas
Nancy Thomas (1805-1905) = Ensign Warren Shaw
Belinda Shaw = Quincy Adams Tirrell (b. 1818)
Mary Blanchard Tirrell (1855-1951) = Clarence White Fearing
Miriam Clark Fearing (1889-1988) = William Josiah Nutter
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916)

Descent from the Clifford Family (through a probable line)
(Through alleged illegitimate son of the 3rd Earl of Cumberland)
King Ingjald "Ill-Ruler" Braut-Onund of Uppsala (b. c. 660) = Gauthild Algoutsdottir
King Olaf "Tree-Hewer" Ingjaldsson (d. c. 710) of Vermland in Sweden
King Halfdan "the Old" Huitbein of Throndheim
Ivar Halfdansson, Earl of the Uplands (c. 783-810)
Eystein Glumra Ivarsson, Jarl of More and Hendermarken (c. 810-872) = Aseda Ragnvaldsdottir
Ragnvald I “the Wise” Eysteinsson of More (820-890) = Rognhild (Hildir) Hrolfsdotter
Rollo “the Dane”, 1st Duke of Normandy (854-931) = Poppa de Valois
William Longsword, Duke of Normandy (893-942) = Luitgarde de Vermandois
Richard I “the Fearless”, Duke of Normandy (933-996) = Lady Gunnora
Richard II “the Good”, Duke of Normandy (c. 963-1027) = Pope (Papie) de Normandy
Guillaume de Normandie (c. 1025) = UNKNOWN de Ponthieu
Richard FitzPons (c. 1079-1129) = Maude FitzWalter
Walter de Clifford (c. 1113-1190) = Margaret de Toni
Walter de Clifford (c. 1150-1222) = Agnes de Cundy
Roger de Clifford (c. 1189-1232) = Sibil de Ewyas
Roger de Clifford (c. 1231-1285) = Hawise Botterell
Sir Roger de Clifford (1243-1269) = Isabel de Vipont
Robert de Clifford, 1st Baron Clifford (1274-1312) [Ancestor of Gran] = Maud de Clare
Roger de Clifford, 3rd Baron Clifford (1299/1300-1322) = Isabel Berkeley
Roger de Clifford, 5th Baron Clifford (1333-1356) = Maud de Beauchamp
Thomas de Clifford, 6th Baron Clifford (1363-1387) = Elizabeth Ros
John de Clifford, 7th Baron Clifford (c. 1388-1421/2) = Elizabeth Percy
Thomas de Clifford, 8th Baron Clifford (1414-1455) = Joanna Dacre
John de Clifford, 9th Baron Clifford (1435-1461) = Margaret Bromflete
Henry de Clifford, 10th Baron Clifford (1458-1486) = Ann Saint John
Henry Clifford, 1st Earl of Cumberland, 11th Baron Clifford (1493-1536) = Margaret Percy
Henry Clifford, 2nd Earl of Cumberland (1517-1569) = Anne Dacre
George Clifford, 3rd Earl of Cumberland ‡ Douglas Sheffield (mistress)
George Clifford, Col. (1588-1642) = Elizabeth
John Clifford (1614-1694) = Sarah J
John Clifford (1639-1722) = Sarah Godfrey
Zachariah Clifford (1685-1724) = Mehitabel Smith
William Clifford (1711-1776) = Sarah Towle
Anthony Clifford (b. 1743)
John Clifford (b. c. 1797) = Nancy Ray
Emery Clifford (1832-1896) = Mary Jane Osgood
James Orra Clifford (1856-1943) = Mary Elizabeth Dannatt
Olive Clifford (1887-1981) = James Kent Eaton
James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916) = Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923)

Possible line of descent from Elizabeth Wydeville, Queen-consort of King Edward IV
[through Thomas Dudley, Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony]:

Elizabeth Wydeville (c. 1437-1492), Queen of King Edward IV = Sir John Grey (1432-1460)
Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset, KG (1457-1501) = Cecily Bonville, Baroness Harington & Bonville
Cecily Grey (c. 1488-1554) = John Dudley (Sutton) (1495-1553), 3rd Baron Dudley, Lord Quondam
Captain Henry Dudley (c. 1515-1556) = Miss Ashton
Roger Dudley (b. 1535) = Susannah Thorne
Thomas Dudley (1576-1653), Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony = Dorothy Yorke
Patience Patricia Dudley (1616-1690) = Daniel Denison (1612-1682)
Elizabeth Denison (1641-1723) = John Rogers (1630-1684)
Daniel Rogers (1667-1722) = Sarah Appleton (b. 1671)
Patience Rogers (1710-1769) = Captain Joshua Freeman (1706-1770)
Reuben Freeman (1740-1812) = Catherine Thorn (b. 1743)
Martha Freeman (1781-1834) = Samuel Obear (Ober) (1778-1869)
Rhoda Ober (Roda Obear) (b. 1804) = Aaron (Aaran) Kitfield (1795-1883)
William Henry Kitfield (1828-1887) = Susan Means (1827-1873)
Emma Susan Kitfield (1859-1898) = Henry James Nutter (1854-1932)
William Josiah Nutter (1881-1932) = Miriam Clark Fearing (1889-1988)
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton, Major (b. 1916)

Line to Edmund, Duke of York through Elizabeth Miller:
Edmund, Duke of York (d. 1402) = Isabel de Castile y León [descendant of Prophet Muhammad (pbuH)]
Constance Plantagenet (c. 1374-1416) = Thomas le Despencer (1373-1399/1400)
Isabel Despencer (1400-1439) = Richard de Beauchamp, 13th Earl of Warwick (1381-1439)
Elizabeth Beauchamp (1415-1448) = Edward Neville (c. 1417-1476)
George Neville (1440-1492) = Margaret Fenne (1444-1485)
George Neville (1469-1535), 5th Baron Bergavenny = Lady Mary Stafford (b. c. 1495)
Mary Neville (1520-1565) = Thomas Fiennes, 9th Baron Dacre (b. 1516)
Lady Margaret Fiennes (1540/1-1611) = Sampson Leonard (1508-1590)
Thomas Leonard (1577-1638) = Lydia White (b. 1587)
John Leonard (1615-1676) = Sarah Heath (d. 1711)
Sarah Leonard (1645-1676) = John Keep (1640-1676)
Hannah Keep (b. 1673) = Ebenezer Miller (1667-1754)
Ebenezer Miller (1692-1783) = Elizabeth Smith (1693-1780)
Elizabeth Miller (b. 1732) = Malachi Church (1732-1790)
Elizabeth Church (1797-1852) = Waitstill Orvis (1755-1823)
John Mills Orvis (1790-1863) = Ann Larrabee
Jane Orvis (1812-1886) = John Sherman Osgood (1812-1899)
Mary Jane Osgood (1838-1923) = Emery Clifford (1832-1896)
James Orra Clifford (1856-1943) = Mary Elizabeth Dannatt (1859-1935)
Olive Clifford (1887-1981) = James Kent Eaton (1886-1979)
James Clifford Eaton, Major, CE, USAR (b. 1916) = Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923)

Scottish Royal Descent from Alpin, Rìgh na h-Alba (Alpin I, King of Scots)
(And the High-Kings of Ireland) [I also have other legitimate Scottish royal lines through Malcolm III Canmore]
King Alpin of Alba, King of Kintyre (d. 834)
King Coinneach (Kenneth) I of Scotland (d. 859)
King Constantin (Constantine) II of Scotland (d. 877)
King Dòmhnall (Donald) II of Scotland, “Ban” (d. 900)
King Maolchaluim (Malcolm) I of Scotland (d. 954)
King Coinneach (Kenneth) II of Scotland (d. 995) = an Irish Princess of Leinster
King Maolchaluin (Malcolm) II of Scotland (d. 1034) = Aelfgifu of Ossory
Princess Bethoc (Beatrix) of Scotland (b. c. 984) = Crinan (Grimus), Thane of Atholl, Hereditary Abbot of Dunkeld
King Donnchadh (Duncan) I of Scotland “the Gracious” (d. 1040) = Aelflaed (Sybil) of Northumbria
King Maolchaluim (Malcolm) III of Scotland, “Canmore” (d. 1093) = Saint Margaret of England, descendant of Alfred
King Daibhidh (David) I of Scotland, “the Saint” (d. 1153) = Matilda (Maud) of Northumberland
Henry, Earl of Huntingdon = Adelaide de Warren (d. 1178)
King Uilleam (William) I of Scotland, “the Lion” (d. 1214) = Isabel de Avenal
Isabel of Scotland (b. c. 1167) = Sir Robert de Ros, Sheriff of Cumberland (b. c. 1171), a de Vere descendant
Sir William de Ros of Hamlake (b. c. 1192) = Lucy FitzPiers
Sir William de Ros, Baron de Ros of Hamlake (b. c. 1244) = Eustache FitzHugh
Lucy de Ros (b. c. 1270) = Sir Robert de Plumpton
Sir William de Plumpton (b. c. 1294) = Christina Mowbray
Lady Alice de Plumpton (b c. 1332) = Sir John le Boteler, Baron of Warrington
Alice Boteler (d. 1441/2) = Thomas Gerard, Lord of the Manors of Kingsley and Bryn
Constance Gerard = Alexander Destandish (d. 1445)
Ralph Standish (1424-1468) = Margaret Radcliffe
Sir Alexander Standish (d. 1507) = Sebella Debold
Ralph Standish (b. c. 1458) = Alice Harrington
Roger Standish (1483-1556) = Jane
Elizabeth Standish (d. c. 1564) = James Prescott
Roger Prescott (b. 1540) = Ellen Shaw
Ralph Prescott (1569-1609) = Ellen/Hellen
John Prescott (d. 1681) = Mary Gawkroger
Mary Prescott = Thomas Sawyer (b. c. 1616)
Martha (Mary) Sawyer (d. 1711) = Nathaniel Wilder
Oliver Wilder (1694-1765) = Mary Fairbanks
Lieutenant Tilly Wilder (1722-1800) = Persis House
Persis Wilder (1745-1823) = John Joy
Persis Joy (1774-1840) = Christopher Osgood, VI
John Sherman Osgood (1812-1899) = Jane Orvis
Mary Jane Osgood (1838-1923) = Emery Clifford
James Orra Clifford (1856-1943) = Mary Elizabeth Dannatt
Olive Clifford (1887-1981) = James Kent Eaton
James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916) = Margaret Tirrell Nutter, de Vere descendant (b. 1923)

Descent from St. Joseph and St. Mary through the Merovingian Dynasty
(One of many probable lines of descent through St. James / Joseph of Arimathea)
The Blessed St. Mary (Virgin Mother of Jesus Christ) (b. c. 20 BC) = St. Joseph ben Jacob
St. James ben Joseph "the Just" (Rama-Theo) (d. c. 62 AD) = Anna
Josephes (Joseph) the Rama-Theo, Bishop of Saraz (Sarras)
Josue the Bishop
Aminadab the Fisher-King (Arthurian legends)
Cathaloys (Castellas) the Fisher-King
Manael the Fisher-King
Titurel the Fisher-King
Anfortas (Boaz) the Fisher-King
Frimutel (Frotmund) the Fisher-King
King Pharamond (Faramund) of the Franks (d. 420) = Argotta, descendant of St. James
King Clodio of the Franks (d. 455) = Basina of Thuringia
Meroveus of the Franks
King Meroveus (Merovée) of the Franks (b. 415) = Chlodeswintha
Kinc Childeric I of the Franks (d. 481) = Basina of Thuringia
King Clovis I “the Great” (466-511), 1st Christian King of the Franks = St. Clothilde of Burgundy
King Chlothar (Lothaire) I “the Old) of the Franks (d. 561) = Ingonde
King Chilperic I of the Franks (c. 533-588) = Fredegunde (Fregonde) d’Ardennes
King Clothaire (Chlothaire) I of the Franks (c. 584-629) = Berthetrude (Bletrude) of Burgundy
King Dagobert I of the Franks (d. 638) = Berthilde
King Clovis (Chlodwig) II of the Franks (634-657) = Saint Balthilde
Theodoric (Thierry) III (654-691) = Clotilde (Chrodochilde) des Francs Ripuaires, Regent
Princess Bertha (b. c. 668) = Martin, Count of Laon (b. aft. 655)
Bertrada II of Laon, “Broadfoot” (d. 783) = King Pepin III of the Franks “the Short” (d. 768)
King Charlemagne of the Franks, Holy Roman Emperor (742-814) = Princess Hildegarde of Vinzgau
Louis I (778-840), King of the Franks = Princess Ermengarde d'Hesbaye
Lothaire I (796-855), King of the Frank = Ermengarde d'Alsace d'Orleans
Ermengarde of Burgundy = Darmau Giselbert
Regnier I (870-916) = Alberade de Lorraine
Gilbert Giselbert (890-939) = Gerberga Wettin von Sachsen
Alberade de Lorraine (b. 888) = Renaud, Comte de Rheims
Ermentrude de Roucy = Alberic II, Comte de Macon
Beatrix de Macon = Geoffrey de Gastinois (881-936)
Geoffrey Ferreoul de Chateau de Gatinais (1000-1043) = Ermengarde d'Anjou
Foulques V (1092-1144), Comte d'Anjou, King of Jerusalem = Bertrada de Montfort l'Amaury
Geoffrey V (1113-1151), Comte d'Anjou = Princess Matilda of England, dau. King Henry I
Henry II Plantagenet (1132-1189), King of England
John "Lackland" (1167-1216), King of England = Isabel Taillefer d'Angoulême
Henry III (1206-1272), King of England = Eleanor of Aquitaine
Edward I "Longshanks" (1239-1307), King of England = Princess Eleanor of Castile y Leon
Edward II (1284-1327), King of England = Princess Isabelle of France, dau. Philippe IV
Edward III (1312-1377), King of England = Philippa of Hainult
Prince Lionel "of Antwerp" (1338-1368) = Elizabeth de Burgh
Philippa Plantagenet (1355-1377/8) = Edmund "the Good" de Mortimer
Roger de Mortimer (1374-1398) = Eleanor Holland
Anne de Mortimer (1390-1411) = Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Earl of Cambridge, g-son Edward III
Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York (1411-1460) = Cecily Neville, g-g-dau. Edward III
George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of Clarence (1449-1477/8) = Isabel Neville, g-g-g-dau. Edward III
Margaret Plantagenet, 8th Countess of Salisbury, Governess of Queen Mary I (c. 1469-1541) = Sir Richard Pole
Henry Pole, Lord Montagu (1492-1539) = Jane Neville, 4 x g-grandaughter of King Edward III
Catherine Pole, Countess of Huntingdon (1511-1576) = Francis Hastings, 2nd Earl of Huntingdon (1514-1569)
Lady Catherine Hastings (1542-1576) = Henry Clinton, 2nd Earl of Lincoln, 10th Lord Clinton
Thomas Clinton, 3rd Earl of Lincoln (1571—1619) = Elizabeth Knyvett
Susan Clinton (b. c. 1602) = John Humphreys (they emigrated to America)
Thomas Humphrey (b. 1638) = Hannah Lane (b. 1639)
George Humphrey (b. 1665/6) = Elizabeth Carver (b. 1662/3)
Hannah Humphreys (b. 1698) = Simon Joy
Nehemiah Joy (1697-1789) = Miriam Turner
Lydia Joy (1748-1828) = Jacob Loud
Polly Loud (1781-1833) = Captain Andrew Thomas
Nancy Thomas (1805-1905) = Ensign Warren Shaw
Belinda Shaw = Quincy Adams Tirrell
Mary Blanchard Tirrell (1855-1951) = Clarence White Fearing
Miriam Clark Fearing (1889-1988) = William Josiah Nutter
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916)

Holy Line of Descent from the Prophet Muhammad (pbuH) to NJB:
[The tradition ancestry of the Prophet Muhammad (upon whom be peace), is as follows: "Muhammad ibn Abd Alláh ibn Abd al-Muttalib (Shaiba) ibn Hashim (Amr) ibn Abd Manaf (al-Mughira) ibn Qusai (Zaid) ibn Kilab ibn Murra ibn Ka`b ibn Lu'ay ibn Ghalib ibn Fahr (Quraish) ibn Malik ibn an-Nadr (Qais) ibn Kinana ibn Khuzaimah ibn Mudrikah (Amir) ibn Ilyas ibn Mudar ibn Nizar ibn Ma`ad ibn Adnan". ibn means son. See the article on the Prophet in Wikipedia. Adnan is the common ancestor of the north Arabians. He is said to be a patrilinear descendant of the Biblical Ishmael, through his son, Kedar. Qahtán, an aboriginal Arab, is the common ancestor of the southern Arabians.]
The Prophet Muhammad ibn 'Abdu'lláh (570-632) = Khadíjah bint Khuwaylid
Fatimih az-Zahra bint Muhammad (c. 606-632) = 'Alí ibn ‘Abu Talib, 1st Holy Imám of Islám
Hassan ibn 'Alí ibn ‘Abu Talib, 2nd Holy Imám of Islám (c. 625-669)
Husayn ibn Hassan
Zuhra (Zohra) = 'Abu Fârisi ibn 'Abu 'Abid
Na’im al-Lakhmi ibn 'Abu Fârisi
Na’im al-Lakhmi ibn Na’im
‘Itaf ibn Na’im
‘Amr ibn ‘Itaf
‘Aslan ibn ‘Amr
‘Amr ibn ‘Aslan
‘Abbad ibn ‘Amr
Qarays ibn ‘Abbad
Isma’il ibn Qarays, Judge of Seville
Kadi ‘Abu’l-Qasim Muhamad I ibn Isma’il, Chamberlain of Seville
‘Abu ‘Amr ‘Abbad ibn Muhammad, Chamberlain of Seville (d. 1068)
‘Abu’l-Qasim Muhammad al-Mu‘tamid, Emir of Seville (d. 1095) = I‘tamid (former slave)
Zaida (Isabella) = King Alfonso VI de León y Castile (1040-1109)
Sancha de Castile = Rodrigo Gonzales (“El Franco”), Conde de Liebana de Lara
Rodrigo Rodriguez de Lara (b. 1123) = Garcia de Azarga
Sancha Rodriguez de Lara = Gonsalo Ruis II Giron (d. 1234)
Aldonza Gonzales Giron = Ramiro, Señor de Cifontes
Aldonza Ramirez, Señora de Alcacines = Gonsalez Fernan
Maria de Henestrona = Juan Garciez de Padilla, Señor de Villagera
Maria Juana de Padilla (c. 1334-1361) = Pedro I “the Cruel” Alfonsez, King of Castile (1334-1369)
Isabel de Castile y León (c. 1355-1392) = Edmund Plantagenet, Duke of York (d. 1402), son of King Edward III
Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Earl of Cambridge (1376-1415) = Anne de Mortimer, 2 x g-granddaughter Edward III
Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York (1411-1460) = Cecilly Neville, g-grandaughter King Edward III
George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of Clarence (1449-1477/8) = Isabel Neville, 3 x g-grandaughter King Edward III
Margaret Plantagenet, 8th Countess of Salisbury, Governess of Queen Mary I (c. 1469-1541) = Sir Richard Pole
Henry Pole, Lord Montagu (1492-1539) = Jane Neville, 4 x g-grandaughter of King Edward III
Catherine Pole, Countess of Huntingdon (1511-1576) = Francis Hastings, 2nd Earl of Huntingdon (1514-1569)
Lady Catherine Hastings (1542-1576) = Henry Clinton, 2nd Earl of Lincoln, 10th Lord Clinton
Thomas Clinton, 3rd Earl of Lincoln (1571—1619) = Elizabeth Knyvett
Susan Clinton (b. c. 1602) = John Humphreys (they emigrated to America)
Thomas Humphrey (b. 1638) = Hannah Lane (b. 1639)
George Humphrey (b. 1665/6) = Elizabeth Carver (b. 1662/3)
Hannah Humphreys (b. 1698) = Simon Joy
Nehemiah Joy (1697-1789) = Miriam Turner
Lydia Joy (1748-1828) = Jacob Loud
Polly Loud (1781-1833) = Captain Andrew Thomas
Nancy Thomas (1805-1905) = Ensign Warren Shaw
Belinda Shaw = Quincy Adams Tirrell
Mary Blanchard Tirrell (1855-1951) = Clarence White Fearing
Miriam Clark Fearing (1889-1988) = William Josiah Nutter
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916)

Ancient Zoroastrian and Imperial Persian Line:
ZARATHUSTRA (Zartusht / Zoroaster), Prophet & Messenger of GOD (c. 1000 BC) = Hvóvi
Pouracista Spitáma = King Vishtaspa (Gushtásb)
Spendodata (Isfandiyar)
Vishtaspa
Peshotan
Teispes
Kambujiya
Achaemenes (Hakhamanish) of Parsumash
Teispes I, King of Anshan
Cyrus (Kurash), King of Anshan (b. 690 BC)
Cambyses (Kambujiya) I, King of Anshan (c. 600 BC) = Princess Mandane of Media
Cyrus (Kurush / Kores) II “the Great”, Emperor of Persia (576-529 BC) = Princess Neithiyti of Egypt
Atossa (Hutaosa), Princess of Persia = Darius (Daryush / Darayawush), Emperor of Persia (d. 485 BC)
Xerxes (Khshayarsha) I, Emperor of Persia (d. 465 BC) = Amestris, daughter of Otanes (Utâna)
Artaxerxes (Artakhshathra / Ardashir) I, Emperor of Persia (500-424 BC)
Darius II “the Bastard” of Persia (d. 404 BC) = Princess Parysatis, dau. Artaxerxes & Andia (concubine)
Artaxerxes II Mnemon (456-358 BC) = Stateira of Armenia, dau. Hydarnes III, Satrap of Armenia
Princess Rodogune of Persia (420-c. 401 BC) = Aroandes (Orontes) I, Satrap of Armenia (b. 425 BC)
Aroandes (Orontes) II, King of Armenia (400-331 BC)
Mithanes I, King of Armenia (370-317 BC)
Aroandes (Orontes) III, King of Armenia (340-260 BC)
Samos I, King of Armenia (305-243 BC)
Arsames (Artavazanes) I, King of Armenia (270-228 BC)
Aroandes (Orontes) IV, King of Armenia (235-189 BC)
Zariadres I, King of Armenia
Artaxias I, King of Armenia
Tigranes I, King of Armenia (d. 96 BC)
Tigranes II “the Great”, King of Armenia (d. 56 BC)
Artaxias (Arshak) I, King of Iberia = daughter of Mirvan I of Iberia
Artaces (Artag) I, King of Iberia
Pharnabazus I of Iberia
daughter of Pharnabazus = Mihrdat I Koudjide Kartham of Iberia
Pharasmenes I, King of Iberia
Mithridates I, King of Iberia
Amazaspus I, King of Iberia
Pharasmenes II Kveli “the Good” of Iberia = Princess Ghadana of Armenia, dau. of King Sanatroukas
Rhadamiste (Ghadam) I, King of Iberia
Pharasmenes III, King of Iberia
daughter of Pharasmes III = Vologases V, King of Parthia and Armenia
Chosroes (Khusraw / Vagharsh) I, King of Armenia (165-216)
Tiridates II, King of Armenia (194-253)
King Chosroes II, the Valiant, King of West Armenia (d. 297) = Princess Olympias of Bosphorus
King Tiridates IV, the Great, of Armenia = Princess Ashken of Alania
King Chosroes III of Armenia (285-339)
Bambishn (320-348)
St. Nersch Souren Pahlav, Katholikos of Armenia (335-373)
Sahek Souren Pahlav, Katholikos of Armenia (351-438)
Sahakanoysh Souren Pahlav, Gregorid Heiress = Prince Hamazasp I of the Mamikonids (385-416)
General Hmayeak the Mamikonian (410-451) = Dzoyk
Vard the Mamikonian, Patriarch of Armenia (450-509)
Hmayeak the Mamikonian, Nakharar of Taron (490-525)
Moushegh I, Sparapet and Marzban of Armenia (525-593)
Prince Vahan the Mamikonian of Taron (550-600)
Dawith the Mamikonian (580-620)
Prince Hamazasp III of Armenia (610-658)
Artavazd the Mamikonian (650-693)
Hemayakes the Mamikonian (700-778)
Artavazd the Mamikonian (740-778)
Marinos the Mamikonian (780-815)
Theodora, Regent of Byzantium (815-867) = Theophilus the Phrygian, Emperor of Byzantium
Michael III, the Drunkard, Emperor of Byzantium (836-867)
Leo VI, the Wise, Emperor of Byzantium (866-912)

Anna, Princess of Byzantium (d. bef. 914) = Louis III, King of Lower Bourgogne & Italy
Karl Konstantine of Vienna = Teutberga of Troyes
Constance de Provence = Boso II, Comte d’Avignon & Arles
Guilhem II, Comte d’Arles & Provence (950-994) = Adelais (Blanche) d’Anjou
Constance of Arles (d. 1032) = Robert II de Capet, King of France (972-1031)
Henri I, King of France (1008-1060) = Anne of Kiev, daughter of Yaroslav I, the Wise
Philippe I, the Fair, King of France (1052-1108) = Bertha of Holland
Louis VI, the Fat, King of France (1081-1137) = Adele of Savoy, daughter of Umberto II
Pierre I de Capet, Sire de Courtenay (d. 1183) = Elisabeth de Courtenay
Alice de Courtenay (d. 1218) = Adhemar, Comte d’Angoulême (d. 1202)
Isabella Taillefer d’Angoulême (d. 1245) = John “Lackland”, King of England (1167-1216)
Henry III, King of England (1206-1272) = Eleanor de Provence
Edward I “Longshanks”, King of England (1239-1307) = Princess Eleanor of Castile
Princess Elizabeth Plantagenet (1282-1316) = Humphrey VIII de Bohun (1275-1321)
Margaret de Bohun (1311-1391) = Hugh de Courtenay, Earl of Devon (1303-1377)
Edward Courtenay (1329-1364) = Emmeline Dawnay (1328-1368)
Hugh Courtenay (1360-1425) = Maud Beaumont (1356-1467)
Margaret Courtenay (b. 1381) = Theobald Granville (1367-1381)
William Granville (1395-1450) = Philippa Bonville (b. 1405)
Thomas Granville (1417-1483) = Elizabeth Gorges (b. 1421)
Thomas Grenville (1449-1513) = Isabella Gilbert (b. 1445)
Roger Grenville (1477-1524) = Margaret Whitleigh (Whitley) (b. 1474)
Anne (Amy) Grenville (1513-1577) = John Drake (1500-1588)
Bernard Drake (1528-1586) = Gertrude Fortescue (1538-1601)
John Drake (1566-1628) = Dorothy Button (1568-1631)
William Drake (b. 1596) = Margaret Westover (1599-1635)
Thomas Drake (1636-1692) = Millicent Carver (b. 1637)
Joseph Drake (1665-1719) = Elishama (1665-1718)
Jane Drake (1687-1754) = Ebenezer Vinson (1684-1764)
Mary Vinson (1713-1754) = Thomas Pratt (1704-1754)
Elizabeth Pratt (1742-1835) = Jonathan Derby (b. 1743)
Elizabeth Derby (1769-1850) = Benjamin Tirrell (1760-1850)
Cyrus Tirrell (1789-1863) = Mary Blanchard (1792-1863)
Quincy Adams Tirrell (b. 1818) = Belinda Burrell Shaw (b. 1830)
Mary Blanchard Tirrell (1855-1951) = Clarence White Fearing (b. 1850)
Miriam Clark Fearing (1889-1988) = William Josiah Nutter (1881-1932)
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton, Major (b. 1916)

My descent from Lord Śrī Rāmacandra (Rāma) (श्रीराम), 7th Avatar of Vishnu, Manifestation of God:
Lord Śrī Rāmacandra (Rāma) (श्रीराम) = Sita, daughter of Bhumidevi; adopted by King Janaka
Kusa (Kusha), King of Kosala
Atithia, King of Kosala
Nisadha, King of Kosala
Nala, King of Kosala
Nabhas, King of Kosala
Pundarika, King of Kosala
Ksemadhrtvan, King of Kosala
Devanika, King of Kosala
Ahinaga, King of Kosala
Pariyatra, King of Kosala
Danu, King of Kosala
Nalavajranabha, King of Kosala
Urnanabha, King of Kosala
Srnkhala, King of Kosala
Vyusitasva, King of Kosala = Princess Bhadra, dau. King Kaksivant
Visvasaha, King of Kosala
Hiranyanabha, King of Kosala
Pusya, King of Kosala
Dhruvasandhi, King of Kosala
Sudrasena, King of Kosala
Agnivarna, King of Kosala
Sighrasva, King of Kosala
Maru, King of Kosala
Prasusruta, King of Kosala
Susandhi, King of Kosala
Amarsa, King of Kosala
Shasvant, King of Kosala = Vasundhara Paurava
Visrutavant, King of Kosala
Prince of Kosala
Brhatksaya, King of Kosala
Uruksaya, King of Kosala
Prince of Kosala
Prativyoma, King of Kosala
Divakara, King of Kosala
Brhadasva, King of Kosala
Bhanuratha, King of Kosala
Pratitasva, King of Kosala
Supratita, King of Kosala
Marudeva, King of Kosala
Kinnarasva, King of Kosala
Suparna, King of Kosala
Sumitra [I] Amitrajit, King of Kosala
Bharadvaja, King of Kosala
Dharma, King of Kosala
Krtanjaya, King of Kosala
Rananjaya, King of Kosala
Jaya-Sena, King of Kosala
Prince Haryanka
Bhattiya, King of Magadha (the usurper) = dau. King Vishvajati of Magadha
Bimbisara, King of Magadha (544-491 BCE) = Chellena Licchavi
Ajatasatru Kunika, King of Magadha = Princess Vajra of Kosala, dau. King Prasenajit
Nandivardha Anuruddha, King of Magadha = Bhadda, dau. King of Bengal
Nagadashoka, King of Magadha
Sisunaga, King of Magadha
Kalasoka Kakavara, King of Magadha
Ksemadharma [Kse-Madharman], King of Magadha = dau. Gopaditya Gonandiya of Kashmir
Dhananada [Xandrames], King of Magadha = sister of Dhana [Argames] Nanda of Magadha Princess Nandini of Magadha = Chandragupta Maurya [Sandrakottes], Mahārāja of India (324-301 BCE)
Princess Subhadrangi Dharmi of India = Bindusar [Vindusara / Amitrochates], Mahārāja of India (301-269 BCE)
Ashoka “the Great” (अशोकः), Devanampiya Piyadassi (304-232 BCE) = Tissarakkha Karuvaki
Kunala, King of Kashmir = dau. King Devapala of Nepal & a Tibetan princess
Brihadratha [II], Mahārāja of India (187-181 BCE) = Princess Berenice of Bactria
Princess Sundari of India = King Demetrius of Bactria (200-185 BCE)
Princess Alexandra of Bactria = King Agathocles of Bactria (165-160 BCE)
Princess Agathoclea of Bactria = Menander I (Soter), King of Bactria (155-150 BCE)
Strato I, King of Bactria = sister of Vasumitra, Mahārāja of India
Apollodotus II, King of Bactria
Hipposatos, King of Bactria
Telephus, King of Bactria
Princess Calliope of Bactria = King Hermaeus of Bactria
Princess of Bactria = Kuyula Kadphises [Kilu-dzilu-kiak], King of the Kushans
Vima Kadphises [II] (Yen-Kao-Chen), King of the Kushans = granddaughter of Susaramana, Mahārāja of India
Kanishka I (Devaputra), King of the Kushans
Huvishka I, King of the Kushans (130-150 CE) = dau. of Nahapa, King of the Sakyae
Vasudeva I, King of the Kushans (150-160 CE)
Kanishka III, King of the Kushans
Vasudeva II [Po T’iao], King of the Kushans
Vasudeva III, King of the Kushans
Vasudeva, King of Kabul
Princess Ifra Hormiz of the Kushan = Hormizd II Sásání, Sháh of Persia
Shápúr II, Sásání, Sháh of Persia = Princess Sithil-Horak of the Scyths & Parthians
Shápúr III, Sásání, Sháh of Persia = Princess Tihe-He of Shan-Shan
Yazdigird I Sásání, Sháh of Persia
Bahram V Sásání, Sháh of Persia = Princess Sapinud of India, dau. Emperor Kumaragupta (415-455)
Yazdigird II Sásání, Sháh of Persia = Princess Dhanakha [Dinak] the Hephthalite
Peroz (Firuz) Sásání, Sháh of Persia = Mihrandukht, an Iberian princess
Kubad I Sásání, Sháh of Persia = Nevandukht the Hephthalite
Khusraw I (the Just) Sásání, Sháh of Persia = Princess Kayen of the Turks
Hormizd IV Sásání, Sháh of Persia = daughter of Khurad, King of the Hephthalites
Khusraw II (Parvez) Sásání, Sháh of Persia = Princess Sirin of Turkestan
Sharíyár Sásání, Sháh of Persia = dau. Tao-Zu, Emperor of China
Yazdigird III Sásání, last pre-Islamic Sháh of Persia = Zamaspdukht Sásání, dau. Ardashír III Sásání (r. 628-630)
Princess Dara-Izdadwr (Izdundad) of Persia = Bostanai (Bostonai), Jewish Exilarch, heir of the Royal House of Judah
Shahari (Shariyar) = sister of Baw (Bau; Bav), founder of the Buwayhids
Yomtov-Ruzbihan-Yitzak (Ahunai)
Zakkai Yehuda the Exilarch (d. 771)
Makhir (Machir) (Theuderic / Thierri) de Gellone, Marquis de Narbonne (d. 793) = Aldana
William (Guillem) (Le Cornet) de Gellone, Marq. of Septmania (793-806) = Aldana
Bera IV (I), Comte de Razes = Romille
Argila, Comte de Razes (d. 836) = Reverge
Bera V (II), Comte de Razes (d. 860) = Duodeme
Hilderic, Comte de Razes (d. 867)
Sigebert II (Prince Ursus) de Razes = Rotilde
William (III) de Razes = Idoine de Nantes
William de Razes (d. 936) = Princess Egythe of England
Arnaud de Razes (d. 952) = Asthar the Breton
Bera “The Architect” de Razes
Sigebert de Razes
Hugh de Razes (des Plantard) = Anna of Byzantium
Gerard de Ademar, 1st Prince of Orange
Raimbaud I of Orange
Bertrand I of Orange
Raimbaud II of Orange (d. 1121)
Countess Tiburge I of Orange (d. 1150) = William de Ometas
Countess Tiburge III of Orange (d. 1182) = Bertrand II de Baux
William IV of Orange (d. 1218) = Ermengarde de Mevoillon
William V of Orange = Precieuse
Raymond I of Orange = Laura of Lautrec
Bertrand III of Orange = Berengaria of Andria
Bertrand, Count of Andria (d. 1347/55) = Magaret d’Alneto
Francois de Baux, Duke of Andria (d. 1422) = Justine (Sueva) Ursins
Marguerite de Baux (1394-1469) = Pierre de Luxembourg, Count of St. Paul (d. 1433)
Jacquette de Luxembourg (1416-1472) = Sir Richard Wydeville, 1st Earl Rivers
Katherine Woodville (c. 1458-1525) = Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham
Anne Stafford (b. c. 1493) = George Hastings, 1st Earl of Huntingdon
Francis Hastings, 2nd Earl of Huntingdon (1514-1569) = Catherine Pole, Countess of Huntingdon (1511-1576)
Lady Catherine Hastings (1542-1576) = Henry Clinton, 2nd Earl of Lincoln, 10th Lord Clinton
Thomas Clinton, 3rd Earl of Lincoln (1571—1619) = Elizabeth Knyvett
Susan Clinton (b. c. 1602) = John Humphreys (they emigrated to America)
Thomas Humphrey (b. 1638) = Hannah Lane (b. 1639)
George Humphrey (b. 1665/6) = Elizabeth Carver (b. 1662/3)
Hannah Humphreys (b. 1698) = Simon Joy
Nehemiah Joy (1697-1789) = Miriam Turner
Lydia Joy (1748-1828) = Jacob Loud
Polly Loud (1781-1833) = Captain Andrew Thomas
Nancy Thomas (1805-1905) = Ensign Warren Shaw
Belinda Shaw = Quincy Adams Tirrell
Mary Blanchard Tirrell (1855-1951) = Clarence White Fearing
Miriam Clark Fearing (1889-1988) = William Josiah Nutter
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916)

My descent from the Emperors of China & Turkish Ancestry:
Dao Wu Di (道武帝), Emperor of China (409-423)
T’opa Si of Xi-Wei
T’o-pa Yuan
Wen Cheng Di (文成帝), Emperor of China (452-465)
Xian Wen Di (獻文帝), Emperor of China (466-471)
Xiao Wen Di (孝文帝), Emperor of China (471-499)
Prince of China
Emperor Xi-Wei Wen-Ti
Princess Ch’ang-lo of China = Bumin Assena, 1st King of Turks (545)
Khan Mokan of the Turks
Princess Kayen of the Turks = Khusraw I (the Just) Sásání, Sháh of Persia
Hormizd IV Sásání, Sháh of Persia = daughter of Khurad, King of the Hephthalites
Khusraw II (Parvez) Sásání, Sháh of Persia = Princess Sirin of Turkestan
Sharíyár Sásání, Sháh of Persia = dau. Tao-Zu, Emperor of China
Yazdigird III Sásání, last pre-Islamic Sháh of Persia = Zamaspdukht Sásání, dau. Ardashír III Sásání (r. 628-630)
Princess Dara-Izdadwr (Izdundad) of Persia = Bostanai (Bostonai), Jewish Exilarch, heir of the Royal House of Judah
Shahari (Shariyar) = sister of Baw (Bau; Bav), founder of the Buwayhids
Yomtov-Ruzbihan-Yitzak (Ahunai)
Zakkai Yehuda the Exilarch (d. 771)
Makhir (Machir) (Theuderic / Thierri) de Gellone, Marquis de Narbonne (d. 793) = Aldana
Adalesme de Autun = Albane
Gerard, Comte de Auvergne = Princess Rotrude de France, dau. Louis I, ‘the Pious’, son of Charlemagne
Ranulf, Duc d’Aquitaine (d. 866) = Irmgard
Ebles Mancer, Comte de Poitou = Emiliane
William de Poitou, Duc d’Aquitaine (c. 925-963) = Gerloc of Normandy, dau. Rollo the Dane
William II de Poitou, Duc d’Aquitaine (d. 995) = Emma de Blois
Guillaume III (V) “Le Grande”, Duc d’Aquitaine (d. 1030) = Agnes de Bourgogne
Guillaume VI (VIII), Duc d’Aquitaine (c. 1026-1086) = Hildegarde de Bourgogne
Guillaume VII (IX), Duc d’Aquitaine (1071-1126/7) = Mathilde de Toulouse
Guillaume VIII (X), Duc d’Aquitaine (1099-1137) = Aenor de Chatellerault
Eleanor de Poitou d’Aquitaine (1122-1204) = Henry II Plantagenet “Curt Mantel”, King of England (c. 1132-1189)
Princess Elizabeth Plantagenet (1282-1316) = Humphrey VIII de Bohun (1275-1321)
Margaret de Bohun (1311-1391) = Hugh de Courtenay, Earl of Devon (1303-1377)
Edward Courtenay (1329-1364) = Emmeline Dawnay (1328-1368)
Hugh Courtenay (1360-1425) = Maud Beaumont (1356-1467)
Margaret Courtenay (b. 1381) = Theobald Granville (1367-1381)
William Granville (1395-1450) = Philippa Bonville (b. 1405)
Thomas Granville (1417-1483) = Elizabeth Gorges (b. 1421)
Thomas Grenville (1449-1513) = Isabella Gilbert (b. 1445)
Roger Grenville (1477-1524) = Margaret Whitleigh (Whitley) (b. 1474)
Anne (Amy) Grenville (1513-1577) = John Drake (1500-1588)
Bernard Drake (1528-1586) = Gertrude Fortescue (1538-1601)
John Drake (1566-1628) = Dorothy Button (1568-1631)
William Drake (b. 1596) = Margaret Westover (1599-1635)
Thomas Drake (1636-1692) = Millicent Carver (b. 1637)
Joseph Drake (1665-1719) = Elishama (1665-1718)
Jane Drake (1687-1754) = Ebenezer Vinson (1684-1764)
Mary Vinson (1713-1754) = Thomas Pratt (1704-1754)
Elizabeth Pratt (1742-1835) = Jonathan Derby (b. 1743)
Elizabeth Derby (1769-1850) = Benjamin Tirrell (1760-1850)
Cyrus Tirrell (1789-1863) = Mary Blanchard (1792-1863)
Quincy Adams Tirrell (b. 1818) = Belinda Burrell Shaw (b. 1830)
Mary Blanchard Tirrell (1855-1951) = Clarence White Fearing (b. 1850)
Miriam Clark Fearing (1889-1988) = William Josiah Nutter (1881-1932)
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton, Major (b. 1916)

Cushing (de Limisi) Line:
Hrolf Nefja, Jarl of Thronjem and Maeras (b. c. 826, Throndjem & Maeras, Norway) = Asseline Ragnaldsdatter Aseda
Malahulcinus (Malahjulc) de Toecsini (Toechini) (b. bef. 912, Nord Trondelag, Norway) Hugo de Toescini, Lord of Cavalcamp in Neustria (b. bef. 942)
Ralf de Toescini
Ranulf de Apulia
Ralf de Toescini (d’Espagne), Castellan of Tillieres (1011) and Nigel, Viscount of Coutances
Hugh de Toescini de Limisi (b. c. 1060) = Christine de Conteville, half-sister of King William I, “the Conqueror”
Ralf de Limisi, Baron of Oxburg (Oxenburg) = Christina (d. 1144), dau. of King Edward Atheling of England
Ralf de Limisi = Hadewise
Alan de Limisi
Gerard de Limisi = Amy de Hornelade
Ralf le Cusyn (Cosyn) de Limisi
Roger Cusyn (Cosyn)
Galfridus (Gerald/Geoffrey) Cusyn
William Cushing (Cussyn or Cusseyn) (b. c. 1366) = (unknown) (b. c. 1375)
Thomas Cushing (Cussheyn) (b. 1395) = Evelyn (b. c. 1405)
William Cushing (Cushyn) (b. 1431) = Emma Parnell (b. c. 1435)
John Cushing (Cushyng) (b. 1470) = Alice Clive (b. 1475)
Thomas Cushing (Cushyn) of Hardingham (b. 1512) = Ursula Edwards (b. 1515)
Peter Cushing (b. 1562) = Susan Hawes (b. 1563)
Matthew Cushing (1588-1660) = Nazareth Pitcher (b. 1586)
Daniel Cushing (1619-1700) = Lydia Clark Gilman (b. 1619)
Daniel Cushing (1648-1716) = Elizabeth Thaxter (b. 1660)
Daniel Cushing “Captain” (1686-1755) = Sarah Lincoln (b. 1685)
Ebenezer Cushing (1724-1804) = Sarah Lincoln (b. 1728)
Thomas Cushing (1753-1832) = Elizabeth Lincoln (1761-1797)
Elizabeth Cushing (b. 1783) = Israel Fearing (1782-1857)
Israel Fearing, Jr. (1809-1880) = Clarinda White (1810-1890)
Clarence White Fearing (1850) = Mary Blanchard Tirrell (b. 1855)
Miriam Clark Fearing (b. 1889) = William Josiah Nutter (b. 1881)
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916)

Descent from Edmund Dudley (Edmonde Dudlay), Esq., Author of the “Tree of Common Wealth”:
[Edmund Dudley, Esq. was Speaker of the House of Commons during the reign of King Henry VII Tudor. During the reign of Henry VIII, he was falsely accused of treason, confined to the Tower of London, and beheaded. He wrote the “Tree of Common Wealth” in order to appease the king.]
Sir John Sutton, K.G., 1st Baron Dudley (1400-1487) = Elizabeth Berkeley of Beverstone (1400-1478)
John Sutton Dudley (c. 1427-1503) = Elizabeth Bremshot (d. 1499)
Edmund Dudley, Esquire (1462-1510) = Anne Windsor (1501-1543)
Elizabeth Dudley (b. 1488) = William Stourton, 7th Baron Stourton (1484-1548)
Ursula Stourton (1518-1551) = Edward Clinton (Fiennes), 1st Earl of Lincoln (1513-1585)
Henry Clinton, 2nd Earl of Lincoln (1540-1616) = Lady Catherine Hastings (1542-1576)
Thomas Clinton, 3rd Earl of Lincoln (1571-1619) = Elizabeth Knyvett (1575-1638)
Susan Clinton, Lady Fynes (b. 1602) = John Humphreys, General (1596-1661)
Thomas Humphrey (b. 1638) = Hannah Lane (b. 1639)
George Humphrey (b. 1665/6) = Elizabeth Carver (b. 1662/3)
Hannah Humphreys (b. 1698) = Simon Joy (1697-1789)
Nehemiah Joy (1726-1802) = Mirian (Twin) Turner (d. 1800)
Lydia Joy (1748-1828) = Jacob Loud (1746-1820)
Polly Loud (1781-1833) = Andrew Thomas, Captain (1776-1857)
Nancy Thomas (1805-1905) = Warren Shaw, Ensign (1792-1870)
Belinda Burrell Shaw (b. 1830) = Quincy Adams Tirrell (b. 1818)
Mary Blanchard Tirrell (1855-1951) = Clarence White Fearing (b. 1850)
Miriam Clark Fearing (1889-1988) = William Josiah Nutter (1881-1932)
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton, Major (b. 1916)

Line from William Sabin (ancestor of President George W. Bush):
William Sabin (baptized Oct. 11, 1609 in Titchfield, Hampshire, England)
Elizabeth Sabin (d. 1717) = Robert Millard/Miller (b. 1632 in England)
Robert Millard/Miller = Charity Thurber
Rachel Millard/Miller = Jermiah Allen
Elizabeth Allen (b. 1725) = David Joy
John Joy (b. 1749) = Persis Wilder
Persis Joy (b. 1774) = Christopher Osgood
John Sherman Osgood (b. 1812) = Jane Orvis
Mary Jane Osgood (b. 1838) = Emery Clifford (b. 1832) (7th of 11 children, farmer, dray owner, and Civil War veteran)
James Orra Clifford (b. 1856) (appt. by Pres. Teddy Roosevelt to 1st Interstate Commerce Comission) = Mary E. Dannatt
Olive Clifford (b. 1887) (pioneer wife in Oregon, mother of five) = James Kent Eaton
James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916) = Margaret Tirrell Nutter

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Revolutionary War Ancestry:
Lieutenant Daniel Blanchard (fought in the American Revolution)
Mary Blanchard = Cyrus Tirrell
Quincy Adams Tirrell = Belinda Shaw
Mary Blanchard Tirrell (b. 1855) = Clarence White Fearing
Miriam Clark Fearing (b. 1889) = William Josiah Nutter
Margaret Tirrell Nutter (b. 1923) = James Clifford Eaton (Harvard graduate, military service in China, and Korea)

Revolutionary War/Orvis Ancestry:
George Orvis
Samuel Orvis
Samuel Orvis
William C. Orvis
Waitsvill Orvis (fought in the American Revolution) (b. 1755) = Elizabeth Church (has McCranney and Miller ancestors)
John Mills Orvis (b. 1790) = Ann Larrabee
Jane Orvis (b. 1811) = John Sherman Osgood
Mary Jane Osgood (b. 1838) = Emery Clifford (b. 1832) (7th of 11 children, farmer, dray owner, and Civil War veteran)
James Orra Clifford (b. 1856) (appt. by Pres. Teddy Roosevelt to 1st Interstate Commerce Comission) = Mary E. Dannatt
Olive Clifford (b. 1887) (pioneer wife in Oregon, mother of five) = James Kent Eaton
James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916) = Margaret Tirrell Nutter

McCranney Ancestry:
Rachel McCranney = [married 1727] Nathaniel Church (b. 1704)
Malachi Church (b. 1732) = Elizabeth Miller
Elizabeth Church = Waitsvill Orvis (fought in the American Revolution) (b. 1755)
John Mills Orvis (b. 1790) = Ann Larrabee
Jane Orvis (b. 1811) = John Sherman Osgood
Mary Jane Osgood (b. 1838) = Emery Clifford (b. 1832) (7th of 11 children, farmer, dray owner, and Civil War veteran)
James Orra Clifford (b. 1856) (appt. by Pres. Teddy Roosevelt to 1st Interstate Commerce Comission) = Mary E. Dannatt
Olive Clifford (b. 1887) (pioneer wife in Oregon, mother of five) = James Kent Eaton
James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916) = Margaret Tirrell Nutter

Osgood Ancestry:
Christopher Osgood
Christopher Osgood = Elizabeth Brockwell
Christopher Osgood (b. bef. 1609) (brickmaker) (Baptist, sailed for America in March 1643) = Margery Fowler
Christopher Osgood (b. 1643) (millwright) = Hannah Belknap (Beltoft)
Christopher Osgood (b. 1675) (millwright) = Mary Keyes
Christopher Osgood (b. 1712) = Sarah Abbott
Christopher Osgood (b. 1743) (house wright) = Hannah Brown
Christopher Osgood (b. 1768) = Persis Joy
John Sherman Osgood (b. 1812) = Jane Orvis
Mary Jane Osgood (b. 1838) = Emery Clifford (b. 1832) (7th of 11 children, farmer, dray owner, and Civil War veteran)
James Orra Clifford (b. 1856) (appt. by Pres. Teddy Roosevelt to 1st Interstate Commerce Comission) = Mary E. Dannatt
Olive Clifford (b. 1887) (pioneer wife in Oregon, mother of five) = James Kent Eaton
James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916) = Margaret Tirrell Nutter

Fairbanke Line [1445-1985 A.D. (540 years)]
William Fairbanke (b. 1445)
John Fairbanke (b. 1480 in Yorkshire) = Margaret
Gilbert Fairbanke (b. 1505 in Sowerby, Yorks, Eng.) = Janet (Genet)
George Fairbank/Fairbanks (b. 1530 in Halifax, Yorkshire, Eng.) = Cibella (Sibyl) Wade
Genet (Janet) Fairbanks (b. 1552 in Platts, Sowerby, Yorks, Eng.) = James Gawkroger (Platts) (b. abt. 1540)
James Gawkroger (Platts) (b. 1578 in Sowerby, Halifax, Yorkshire, England)
Mary Gawkroger (b. 1596 in Halifax, Yorkshire, England) = John Prescott
Mary Prescott = Thomas Sawyer (b. 1616 in Lincolnshire, England)
Martha (Mary) Sawyer (b. 1652/1653) = Nathaniel Wilder (b. 1650)
Oliver Wilder (b. 1694) (Indian fighter & prominent man of the town) = Mary Fairbanks
Lieutenant Tilly Wilder (b. 1722) = Persis House
Persis Wilder = John Joy (b. 1749)
Persis Joy (b. 1774) = Christopher Osgood
John Sherman Osgood (b. 1812) = Jane Orvis
Mary Jane Osgood (b. 1838) = Emery Clifford (b. 1832) (7th of 11 children, farmer, dray owner, and Civil War veteran)
James Orra Clifford (b. 1856) (appt. by Pres. Teddy Roosevelt to 1st Interstate Commerce Comission) = Mary E. Dannatt
Olive Clifford (b. 1887) (pioneer wife in Oregon, mother of five) = James Kent Eaton
James Clifford Eaton (b. 1916) = Margaret Tirrell Nutter


Other of my [maternal] ancestors include:

1. Luke Brown - (Owned a pulic house in Worcester, served in French and Indian War as Lieutenant.
Marched to relief of Ft William Henry in 1759).
b. 3 November 1714
d. 14 April 1733
Spouse: Hannah Potter (b. 1690)

2. Oliver Wilder - (Indian fighter and prominent man of the town).
b. 1694
d. 16 March 1765
Spouse: Mary Fairbanks (b. abt. 1695)

3. Jonas Fairbanks - (In 1653 fine in Dedham for wearing "great boots", not being worth 200 pounds as required by local law).
b. abt. 1638 in England
d. 10 February 1674-5
Spouse: Lydia Prescott

4. Joseph Sylvester - (Served in Sir William Phipps' expedition against Canada).
b. 12 April 1638
d. aft. 22 July 1690
Spouse: Mary Barstow (b. 1641)

5. Robert Millard/Miller - (Savage says Robert served in King Phillip's War and was probably at the Falls fight).
b. 1632
d. 16 March 1699
Spouse: Elizabeth Sabin (d. 1717)

6. Thomas Joy - (Built first Massachusetts State House with Bartholomew Bernard).
b. abt. 1610
d. 21 October 1678
Spouse: Joan Gallup (d. 1691) [ten children]

7. William Nutter - (Captured by British. Held in Halifax. Released in Boston 8 Oct 1778)
b. ab. 1768
d. 2 May 1855
Spouse: Polly/Mary (b. abt. 1773)

8. John Kent - (Used to be the engineer on the train carrying Queen Victoria to Balmoral
Castle. Spent most of life in USA, but remained loyal subject of Queen Victoria)
b. 3 March 1822
d. 1907
Spouse: Agnes Miller (d. 1887)


MY ANCESTORS (6 GENERATIONS):

I know all of my ancestors back 6 generations, that is, to my great-great-great-grandparents, but am still lacking many details, particularly on my paternal side.

First Generation

1. ************** ******* **************** was born on ************* in **************.

Second Generation

2. ***************** was born on ************* in *********************. He was born on ********************. **************** ************* and ********** ******** ************** were married on ************** in ***************.

3. *********** ********* ************ was born on *************** in *************. She was baptized on ****************** in ************************************Y.

Third Generation

4. Freddie BRIDGEWATER was born on 27 Aug 1920 in Pensnett, Staffordshire, England. Freddie BRIDGEWATER and Laura HOPLEY were married on 21 July 1945. He died on 20 September 1992 in Hereford, Herefordshire, England

5. Laura HOPLEY was born on 20 Jul 1922 in Audley, Stoke-on-Trent, England. She died on 24 October 2003 in Exmouth, Devon, England

6. James Clifford (Jim) EATON Major, CE, USAR was born on 14 Aug 1916 in Winthrop , MA. He was christened in 1918 in Winthrop, MA. James Clifford (Jim) EATON Major, CE, USAR and Margaret Tirrell (Peg) NUTTER were married on 20 Dec 1947 in Green Street Baptist Church, Melrose Highlands, MA.

7. Margaret Tirrell (Peg) NUTTER was born on 24 Oct 1923 in Melrose, Massachusetts. Dave graduated on June 1944 from the Nacal Academy.

Fourth Generation

8. Thomas (3) BRIDGEWATER was born on 1 Jan 1892 in The Dell, Pensnett, Staffordshire, England. Thomas (3) BRIDGEWATER and Emma Louisa HOLT were married. He died on 16 December 1962 in Hereford.

9. Emma Louisa HOLT was born on 23 January 1894 in 12 Hall Street, Brierley Hill, Staffordshire, England. She died on 16 April 1966 in North Staffs Royal Infirmary, Hartshill, Staffordshire, England

10. Leonard HOPLEY was born about 1885 in Bringhurst, Staffordshire. Leonard HOPLEY and Rachel Elizabeth BUCKLEY were married on 29 November 1914 in St. James, Audley, Staffordshire.

11. Rachel Elizabeth BUCKLEY was born on 8 May 1896 in Ettiley Heath, Sandbach, Cheshire, England.

12. James Kent EATON was born on 11 Jan 1886 in Ripon, WI. He died on 10 Jun 1979 in West Newton MA. He was buried on 5 May 1994 in Riverside Cemetery, Pawtucket, RI. James Kent EATON and Olive CLIFFORD were married on 8 Jun 1910 in Wheaton, Illinois.

13. Olive CLIFFORD was born on 8 Jun 1887 in Wheaton, Illinois. She died on 4 Jun 1981> in Cedar Rapids, IA.

14. William Josiah NUTTER was born on 3 Feb 1881 in Bartlett's Island, ME. He died on 23 Dec 1932 in Melrose Highlands, MA. He was buried in Brooklin, ME. William Josiah NUTTER and Miriam Clark FEARING were married on 8 Jul 1914 in South Weymouth, MA.

15. Miriam Clark FEARING was born on 17 Jan 1889 in South Weymouth, MA. She died on 7 Mar 1988 in Cranston, RI. She was buried in Brooklin, ME.

Fifth Generation

16. Thomas (2) BRIDGEWATER was born on 18 November 1861 in Buckpool, Wordsley, Kingswinford, Stafford, England. He appeared in the census in 1881 in Kingswinford, Stafford, England. Thomas (2) BRIDGEWATER and Pheobe LAUGHTON were married in 1883.

17. Pheobe LAUGHTON (LAWTON) was born in 1861 in Kingswinford, Stafford, England. She appeared in the census in 1881 in Kingswinford, Stafford, England.

18. Benjamin HOLT was born on 8 December 1860 in Church Lane, Brierley Hill, Kingswinford, Staffordshire, England. Benjamin HOLT and Louisa TUNLEY were married in 1887 in Stourbridge.

19. Louisa (Lewey) TUNLEY was born on 11 Feb 1867 in Brierley Hill. She died on 14 May 1944 in County Council Hospital, Hereford.

20. Levi Daniel HOPLEY was born on 21 August 1844 in Tetton, Cheshire, England. He died in 1921. He appeared in the census in 1901. He was a small dealer. Levi HOPLEY and Mary Frances STEVENSON were married on 10 December 1866 in Elworth Parish, Cheshire. Mary was his first wife.

21. Mary Frances STEVENSON was born on 27 March 1843 at 23 Carlisle Street, Bethnal Green, London, Middlesex, England.

22. William George BUCKLEY was born on 1 Decemeber 1866 in Madley, Staffordshire, England. He married Mary Ann BOOTH on 25 April 1896 in St. Peter's, Elworth Parish, Chester, England. He was a railway works labourer.

23. Mary Ann BOOTH was born in 1866 in Sandbach, Cheshire, England.

24. James Francis EATON DD was born on 10 Oct 1850 in Hamden, NY. Dave graduated on June 1944 from the Nacal Academy . He died on 4 Jan 1922 in Boston, MA. He was buried in Forest Hills, Jamaica Plains, MA. James Francis EATON DD and Agnes Louise KENT were married on 16 Oct 1879 in 126 Summit Street, Brooklyn, New York, James Ludlow, DD, Westmnster Presbuterian Ch, officiating.

25. Agnes Louise KENT was born on 21 Dec 1854. She died on 16 Sep 1932 in Laconia, NH. She was buried in Forest Hills, Mass.

26. James Orra CLIFFORD was born on 8 Dec 1856 in Salem, WI. He died on 14 Oct 1943 in Marinette, WI. James Orra CLIFFORD and Mary Elizabeth DANNATT were married on 7 Nov 1883 in Clinton, IA.

27. Mary Elizabeth DANNATT was born on 25 Jun 1859 in Low Moor, Eden Twp, Clinton, IA. She died in 1935 in Wheaton, IL. Dave graduated on June 1944 from the Nacal Academy.

28. Henry James NUTTER was born on 4 Oct 1854 in Brooklin, Hancock Cty, ME. He died in 1932.

29. Emma Susan KITFIELD was born in 1859 in Wales, UK. She died on 8 May 1898 in Brooklin. Hancock Cty, ME.

30. Clarence White FEARING was born on 8 Jun 1850 in Weymouth, MA. Clarence White FEARING and Mary Blanchard TIRRELL were married on 11 Dec 1883.

31. Mary Blanchard TIRRELL was born on 16 Oct 1855 in Nashua, NH. She died on 20 May 1951 in Weymouth, MA.

Sixth Generation

32. Thomas (1) BRIDGEWATER (BRIDGWATER) was born about 1823 in Stoke St. Milborough, Shropshire, England. He was christened on 14 Jan 1826 in Stoke St. Milborough, Shropshire, England. In 1846 he was a miner. He appeared in the census in 1851 in Kingswinford, Stafford, England (lodger at the home of Edward Baker). In 1861 he was a coal miner. He appeared in the census in 1881 in Kingswinford, Stafford, England. Thomas BRIDGEWATER (BRIDGWATER) and Maria LEWIS were married on 14 Dec 1846 in Church of Brockmoor, District of Stourbridge, Stafford, England.

33. Maria LEWIS was born in 1821 in Nean (Neen Savage), Shropshire, England. She was christened on 20 Sep 1821 in Shropshire, England. In 1846 she was a servant. She appeared in the census in 1881 in Kingswinford, Stafford, England.

34. Sampson LAUGHTON (LAWTON\LAWSON) was born about 1825 in Sedgley, Stafford, England. He lived in Gornal on 15 Mar 1847. He appeared in the census on 4 Apr 1881 in Kingswinford, Stafford, England. He appeared in the census on 1 Apr 1901 in Kingswinford, Staffs. He died on 29 Apr 1902 in Kingswinford, Stafford, England. He was a coalminer. Sampson LAUGHTON (LAWTON\LAWSON) and Phoebe (Phebe) COOPER were married on 15 Mar 1847 in Sedgley, Stafford, England.

35. Phoebe (Phebe) COOPER was born about 1815 in Kingswinford, Stafford, England. She lived in Kingswinford; Brockmoor in 1839. She appeared in the census on 7 Jun 1841 in Kingswinford; Pensnett. She appeared in the census on 4 Apr 1881 in Kingswinford, Stafford, England. She died on 21 Dec 1894 in Kingswinford; Pensnett.

36. William HOLT was baptized on 12 Nov 1832 in Brierley Hill, Stafford, England. He was born in Nov 1832 in Kingswinford, Stafford, England. In 1860 he was a coal miner in Brierley Hill, Kingswinford, Stafford, England. In 1871 he was a labourer in Kingswinford, Stafford, England. In 1881 he was a messenger. William HOLT and Mary Ann KIRKHAM appeared in the census in 1871 in 4 Cottage St, Kingswinford, Kingswinford, Stafford, England. They lived in 15 Cottage Street, Kingswinford, Stafford, England in 1881. They were married.

37. Mary Ann KIRKHAM was born about 1834 in Brierley Hill, Kingswinford, Stafford, England.

38. Thomas TUNLEY was born on 21 Jan 1835 in Frankton, Shropshire. He was baptized on 22 Jan 1835 in Whittington, Shropshire, England. He died in 1874 in Dudley. He was a labourer - drives horse. He was a collier labourer. Thomas TUNLEY and Rebecca BROWN were married on 3 Feb 1856 in Old Swinford, Worcester, England. They appeared in the census in 1871 in 44 Bricklin St, Dudley.

39. Rebecca BROWN was born in 1837 in Shropshire, England. She was christened on 20 Aug 1837 in Quarnford, Stafford, England. She appeared in the census in 1881 in Brierley Hill, Stafford, England. In 1891 she was in charwoman. She died on 29 Apr 1898 in Brierley Hill, Stafford, England.

40. John HOPLEY was born on 1 Apr 1806 in Weston, Cheshire, England. He was christened on 20 Apr 1806 in Wybunbury, Cheshire, England. In 1851 he was a shoemaker. In 1866 he was a labourer. John HOPLEY and Mary COOPER appeared in the census in 1841 in Tetton, Sandbach, Cheshire. They appeared in the census in 1851 in Green Lane, Sandbach, Cheshire. They were married.

41. Mary COOPER was born on 12 Aug 1804 in Middlewich, Cheshire, England. She was christened on 2 Sep 1804 in Middlewich, Cheshire, England.

42. In 1848 Richard STEVENSON was a porter on the Eastern Counties Railway in London, Middlesex, England. In 1866 he was a labourer. Richard STEVENSON and Mary PALING were married about 1847. They lived in 23 Carlisle Street, Bethnal Green, London, Middlesex, England in 1848.

43. Mary PALING was born about 1821 in Middlewich, Cheshire, England. In 1861 she was a washerwoman.

44. William BUCKLEY was born about 1830 in Tilston, Cheshire, England. In 1851 he was a general servant to John Sutton in Moston, Cheshire. In 1866 he was a striker in a smith's shop. In 1881 he was a gamekeeper. Before 1896 he was a labourer. He died before 1896. William BUCKLEY and Eliza HOLLAND were married on 17 Jul 1859 in Wolstanton, Staffordshire.

45. Eliza HOLLAND was christened on 14 Jun 1835 in Wolstanton, Staffordshire, England. She was born in 1835 in Silverdale, Stafford, England.

46. Peter BOOTH was born about 1841 in Smallwood, Cheshire, England. In 1861 he was a servant (cowman) in Congleton. In 1871 he was an ag. labourer in Ettiley Heath, Sandbach, Cheshire, England. In 1881 he was a drain pipe maker - brick factory. Peter BOOTH and Rachael HOPLEY were married in 1863 in St Peters Elworth (Sandbach).

47. Rachael HOPLEY was born in 1835 in Tetton, Cheshire. She was christened on 9 Aug 1835 in Middlewich, Cheshire, England.

48. Joseph I EATON was born on 25 Jun 1817 in Smithy Hill, Forfar County, , Scotland. He was christened on 6 Jul 1817 in Kirkden Parish, Forfarshire, Scotland. He immigrated in 1845 to sailed from Liverpool. He lived in Letham, Angus(Leatham, Forfarshire per monument), prior to emigration in 1845. He was naturalized on 26 Aug 1850 in Delhi, NY. He died on 30 Jan 1910 in Walton, Delaware, NY. He was buried on 2 Feb 1910 in Hamden, Delaware, NY. He was a Weaver, Farmer. Joseph I EATON and Agnes FYFE were married on 7 May 1842 in Dunnichen Parish, Forfarshire, Scotland.

49. Agnes FYFE was born on 31 Aug 1820 in Dunnichen, Dunnichen Parish, Forfarshire, Scotland. She was christened on 17 Sep 1820 in Dunnichen, Dunnichen Parish, Forfarshire, Scotland. She died on 26 Jun 1885 in Hamden, Delaware, NY. She was buried in Hamden, Delaware, NY.

50. John KENT was born on 3 Mar 1822 in Scotland. He died in 1907 in Oradel, NJ. He was buried in family plot, Green Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY. He was in Glasgow-Edinburgh Line; Occupation: Railroad Engineer. He was in Heiring, safe maker, later Gardner and Bruce; Occupation: Stationary Engineer. He lived in Hudson St. NYC, then to Williamsburg section of Brooklyn. finally Blue Point, LINY. John KENT and Agnes MILLER were married on 21 Apr 1847 in Glasgow, Scotland.

51. Agnes MILLER lived in Barony Parish, Glasgow before 1847. She died in 1887 in Blue Point, LI, NY.

52. Emery CLIFFORD was born on 21 Oct 1832 in Collins, NY. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Delmar, Bloomfield enum. district, Clinton Cty, IA. He died on 23 Feb 1896 in Wheaton, IL. He was buried in Delmar. IA. He has Ancestral File Number KDML-ZT. Emery CLIFFORD and Mary Jane OSGOOD were married on 8 Feb 1856 in Wheatland, Kenosha Cty, WI.

53. Mary Jane OSGOOD was born on 30 Nov 1838 in Brookline, VT. She died on 2 Apr 1923 in Cedar Falls, IA. She was buried in Delmar, IA. She has Ancestral File Number KDMM-00.

54. Benjamin DANNATT was born in 1825 in Killingholme. He died on 25 Dec 1890 in Clinton, IA. Benjamin DANNATT and Jane CORTIS were married on 2 Oct 56 in Low Moor, Clinton, IA.

55. Jane CORTIS was born 30 Jan1826 in Kingston upon Hull, England.

56. Josiah William NUTTER was born in 1827. He died in 1906. Josiah William NUTTER and Judith ROBERTS were married on 21 Jan 1847 in Brooksville, HancockCty, ME.

57. Judith ROBERTS was born in 1826 in Brooksville, ME. She died in 1872 in Brooklin, Hancock Cty, ME.

58. William H KITFIELD was born on 12 Apr 1828. He died on 20 Mar 1887 in Surrey, ME. He was buried in Surrey Cemetery. He lived in Surrey, ME.

59. Susan MEANS was born on 30 Mar 1827 in Surrey, Hancock, ME. She died on 3 Dec 1873.

60. Israel FEARING, JR was born on 20 Jul 1809 in Hingham, MA. He died on 21 Oct 1857 in Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts. He was a cooper. Israel FEARING, JR and Clarinda WHITE lived in Hingham Center.

61. Clarinda WHITE was born on 7 Apr 1810 in Weymouth, , , Massachusetts. She died on 4 Jun 1890 in Weymouth, MA.

62. Quincy Adams TIRRELL was born on 24 Sep 1818 in Weymouth, MA. Quincy Adams TIRRELL and Belinda Burrell SHAW were married on 20 Dec 1853 in Weymouth, MA.

63. Belinda Burrell SHAW was born on 11 Aug 1830 in Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, USA. She died after 1880 in Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts, USA.


Many thanks to my grandfather James Clifford Eaton my 7th cousin, once removed, Ray Fearing, and my 5th cousin, twice removed, Anne Lawton, who provided a lot of useful information for this page.

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