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August 05, 2010


David Mix

Hello Bill

I am a descendant of Nathaniel Turner through his daughter Rebecca (Rebecka) and Thomas Meekes (changed to Mix after marriage). I have been working for some time shoring up some of the ancestral ties and the events from Lynn, MA and New Haven. The Mix family, too, also married into David Atwater's lineage. Your blog has been a great help. If you have any more tidbits to help with Thomas Mix and Rebecca Turner, it would be appreciated. Respectfully, David Mix


I love to "surf" for family history web pages. Today I found this site. I was looking for info on Robert Day 1604-1648, He is my 8th g-grandfather. I love what I found! with so many links also. Great job- keep it up! Janett

Eric Ives

Looking for any relatives of irving Ives who died in New Haven CT 20 Oct 1994. He would have had a sister May and a sister Laura and a brother who died before him named Wallace. His father would have been Walter B Ives.



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Nancy Johnsen Curran

Hello, Bill,

I'm from the John Ives and Hannah Merriman line, first generation born in this country. In fact, I descend from Hannah Merriman and both of her husbands, John Ives and Joseph Benham. Christopher Ives married Molly ___, went the records. Molly was Mary Griggs, a Benham descendent.

The search in the last century followed a path town by town from the New Haven Colony to Litchfield, Conn., over the state line to the Rensselaerswijck patroonship, and, in 1841, to Lake Luzerne, Warren, N.Y.

In genealogy terms, it seems recent, but next year is the 80th family reunion of descendents of Ai Ives and Bertha Whittaker, whose family histories meet in Hatfield/Hadley, Mass., in an Indian raid.

Great stories to tell! Thanks for doing your part.

bill  Ives

Nancy Thanks so much for sharing your information. It is nice to see the reunion happening. I am a descendent of both William Ives and the man who married his widow through later marriages. With such a small group of people all these connections keep occurring. Nice to hear from you. Bill

Adam Mathew

Thanks for sharing such a good information..........this is a wonderful site i find today. Here, i can share my family reunion concepts. This is great way learn about our ancestors.

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