See page two for listing of kids' baptism dates. Really good documented 9 pages!
. . ."There is no entry for Gabriel Whelden’s marriage in the Basford marriage registers, which have been published as volume 6 of W.P.W. Phillimore, Nottinghamshire Parish Registers: Marriages, 22 vols. (London: Phillimore & Co., 1898–1933). In fact, his marriage was not in any of the published Nottinghamshire marriage registers in this series. Marriages for Arnold begin in 1544 (volume 13) and show no marriages for the year 1617, despite the supposed marriage of Gabriel Whelden and Mary Davis on 3 August 1617 at Arnold, according to a member submission to the IGI. . . "
" . . . 35 The suggestion that Margaret was an American Indian is discussed (and disproved) in Donald Lines Jacobus, “Austin Bearse and His Alleged Indian onnections,” The American Genealogist 15 (1938–39):111–18 at 114–15. . . . . www.murrah.com/gen/jacobus.doc
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Today there are 752 Public Member Trees and 158 Private Member trees that say Catherine (m: Giles Hopkins) was born in 1618 in Massachusetts. No joke. But they can't decide if it was in Yarmouth, Barnstable, Eastham, or right in Plymouth Colony. And they know that because it says so on OneWorldTree, which is a computer-generated database with information swept from 147 erroneous databases on WorldConnect, 47 submittals on LDS IGI and 119 submittals to LDS Pedigree Resource Files.
Some say Margaret is the mother and she was 6 years old when she gave birth to Catherine in Barnstable.
If it's easy just to click on shaking green leaves merge into an instant family tree why should anyone learn history or how to read or think?
Off my soap box now.