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Mary Sullivan (Hayes), /Nanzatico

Death: circa 1674
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Owen Hayes / Anishinaabe' from Quebec and Isabell (Talbot) Hayes
Wife of John Sullivant
Mother of Ann (Sullivan) Dunbar; Mary Angus; Owen Sullivant, I, of Princess Anne County; John Sullivan; Morris Sullivan and 1 other
Sister of Anne Woodard
Half sister of j w Delahaussaye

Managed by: Bruce Ralph Gross
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About Mary Sullivan, Nanzatico Ashinaabe'

In 1705, the Nanzatico Indians, who lived across the Rappahannock River from Portobago Indian Town, were sold into slavery in Antigua.

atDna: SNP 6 29 is one part of this SNP where Duncan/Massey cousins match and are part of a very long almost 2000 SNP common to the Patawomeck Enrollment Coordinator, Patricia Schell and those claiming this line, in the same way as the Duncan/Massey (whom by the way, that line continued on to marry natives in Brashears Trail of Tears Emigrant Book in the company of Alex Farve, half Choctaw son of Simon Farve, Community Studies of Sullivan, Massey, Duncan, Woodard, Hays descendants at the 7th generation and Farve cousins at the 8th gen.

History Source: Bill Deyo, Patawomeck Historian

Slave Buys/Sells - Simon Farve and partner Rebecca Austin were in business on the import, export of the New Orleans side of the trade with South Carolina James Moore with North Carolina Gov Glover. Their buys and sells are a matter of public record. Source: U of NOLA

Princess Anne Co. formed 1691* Reference: RootsWeb's WorldConnect - SmartCopy: Apr 19 2017, 2:24:37 UTC

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