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Ambrose Gifford [Giffard] MP (c.1578 - d.)

Not known to have been the parents of William 'the Tailor' Gifford, of Sandwich From I've been interested in genealogy for about 35 years, and, with the Giffords, had to learn about bogus genealo...

9/20/2016 6/20/2017

Anne Church's mother MP (deceased)

The parents of Anne, wife of Richard Church of Hartford, are not known; they were not Edward Marsh (1562-1684) and Joane Martyn (or Alice Streame). She is referred to in fabricated genealogies originat...

6/4/2015 6/15/2017

Anne Church's father MP (deceased)

The parents of Anne, wife of Richard Church of Hartford, are not known; they were not Edward Marsh (1562-1684) and Joane Martyn (or Alice Streame). She is referred to in fabricated genealogies originat...

6/4/2015 6/15/2017

Richard Church's mother MP (deceased)

"Not Alice Vassell"

Fraud! The history of Richard and his family is made murky by fraud: Gustave Anjou created one of his many fraudulent genealogies around this family, exploiting the family's lack of known history.[2]...

6/4/2015 6/15/2017

Richard Church's father MP (deceased)

"Not Richard Church"

Fraud! The history of Richard and his family is made murky by fraud: Gustave Anjou created one of his many fraudulent genealogies around this family, exploiting the family's lack of known history.[2]...

6/4/2015 6/15/2017

Richard Church, of Hartford MP (c.1600 - 1667)

Richard Church , original proprietor of the Hartford Colony, died Dec 16, 1667 at the home of his daughter, Mary Graves, in what was then part of Hadley, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. Richard's pa...

1/22/2007 6/15/2017

Anne Church MP (c.1600 - 1684)

"Anne Marsh", "Amias Marsh", "Anne (?) Church"

Anne was born on 10 Oct 1600 in Of, Sherford, Devonshire, England. She died on 10 Mar 1684 in Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts, in her 84th year. Parents: UNKNOWN ( not Edward Marsh (1562-1684) and J...

5/27/2007 6/15/2017

John (Edward) Doughty, {Fraudulent Profile} MP (1569 - 1655)

"John Douty"

Fraudulent profile TAG, Vol 63, No. 4, Oct, 1988, page 215: A False Account of the Birth and Parentage of Edward Doty Mayflower Passenger Exposed -- Genealogical frauds and fallacies of past gene...

11/14/2011 5/30/2017

Ann Doughty, {Fraudulent Profile} MP (1562 - 1603)

"Anne (Holland) Douty"

Fraudulent profile TAG, Vol 63, No. 4, Oct, 1988, page 215: A False Account of the Birth and Parentage of Edward Doty Mayflower Passenger Exposed -- Genealogical frauds and fallacies of past gene...

11/14/2011 5/30/2017

Ranulph FitzAlan of Arundel MP (c.1359 - c.1400)

There are nearly 1,000 years of history at this great castle, situated in magnificent grounds overlooking the River Arun in West Sussex and built at the end of the 11th century by Roger de Montgomery, ...

3/10/2007 5/25/2017

1st wife of Joseph Croshaw MP (c.1619 - aft.1650)

Elizabeth Yeardley is not to be confused with 1st wife of Joseph Croshaw Children and wives of Maj. Joseph Croshaw: First wife - name not known Mary Croshaw (1632-1687), married 1. Henry White;...

1/20/2007 5/24/2017

John Adams' father MP (deceased)

notes In 1927, Josiah Gardner Bartlett published the known, documented English origins of Henry Adams , [ grandson of this profile ], a yeoman farmer from Barton [St.] David (just south of Wells) and...

7/6/2015 4/29/2017

6/13/2015 4/8/2017

6/13/2015 4/8/2017

6/14/2015 4/8/2017

6/17/2010 4/8/2017

6/17/2010 4/8/2017

7/25/2011 4/8/2017

Martha Bacon Bacon, {fictional profile} MP (c.1600 - 1666)

"Worchester"

NOTE: In The American Genealogist of January 1981, Volume 57, page 105-107, the antecedents of Samuel Bacon are limited to his parents, William and Ane (last name at birth Unknown). Martha Worcester is...

4/22/2007 4/5/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This profile is from Thomas Urquart's Pantochronochanon, from 1652; Urquart is most famous for his translation of Rabelais, but his works include this fictional genealogy, which, though it has been der...

1/13/2017 3/31/2017

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

12/13/2008 3/31/2017

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

12/13/2008 3/31/2017

Sir William Smith of Carrington, {Fictional} MP (1230 - 1274)

"Sir William lll Smith", "lord of Carrington"

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

12/13/2008 3/31/2017

Lady Anne Farrell, {Fictional} MP (c.1255 - c.1275)

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

12/13/2008 3/31/2017

Sir William Smith of Carrington, {Fictional} MP (1259 - 1334)

"Sir William Smith", "lord of Carrington", "Lord Carrington"

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

12/13/2008 3/31/2017

Lady Sibilan Smyth, {Fictional} MP (c.1280 - c.1335)

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

12/13/2008 3/31/2017

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

12/13/2008 3/31/2017

Sir William Carrington, {Fictional} MP (1313 - 1378)

"Sir William Vl Smith of Carrington"

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

7/4/2008 3/31/2017

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

6/18/2008 3/31/2017

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

3/15/2008 3/31/2017

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

3/15/2008 3/31/2017

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

3/15/2008 3/31/2017

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

3/15/2008 3/31/2017

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

3/15/2008 3/31/2017

This person is fictional, and part of a major genealogical hoax. The Smyth-Carrington line is, according to J. Horace Round, a fiction. The line has been based on a work by Dr. Walter Arthur Copinger...

3/15/2008 3/31/2017

John Ogden's mother MP (deceased)

"NOTE: Anything from the Wheeler genealogy for any ancestors prior to John and Jane Ogden is basically fraudulent. All research on English ancestors was done by a hired "expert," not Wheeler himself, a...

3/12/2017 3/12/2017

John Ogden's father MP (deceased)

"NOTE: Anything from the Wheeler genealogy for any ancestors prior to John and Jane Ogden is basically fraudulent. All research on English ancestors was done by a hired "expert," not Wheeler himself, a...

3/12/2017 3/12/2017

William Child, {fictional profile} MP (1585 - 1639)

"William Child of Watertown"

From "Author Elias Child in his "Genealogy of the Child, Childs and Childe Families..." asserted that John and Richard Childs were the sons of a William Child who was in Watertown in 1634. This ass...

12/18/2008 3/11/2017

The parents of John Smith of Rivenhall are not known. Caution: Fraudulent pedigree in circulation. See Peerage and pedigree : studies in peerage law and family history, vol. 2, page page 137, by J. R...

12/18/2016 3/1/2017

John Smith, of Rivenhall MP (c.1370 - 1446)

"Sir John Carrington alias Smythe of Essex"

John Smith (died 1446) married Millicent Leynham, their sons: Hugh & Thomas. He became known by Victorian era descendants as John Carrington alias Smith, but that was disproved by 1910. A coat of arm...

3/15/2008 12/18/2016

Cecilia Weston MP (1488 - 1573)

"Cecilia Nevill"

Unfortunately this link is highly questionable and may have been fabricated circa 1632 for the benefit of Richard Weston, 1st Earl of Portland. At the very least, he had a pedigree drawn up and engross...

6/22/2007 12/16/2016

from: 'FLANDERS, JOHN (1800–1836). John Flanders, Alamo defender, son of Levi and Mary (Sargent) Flanders [SIC: not his parents, see comments] was born in Salisbury, Massachusetts, in 1800. He ...

10/11/2008 11/19/2016

Nicholas Hopkins, of Norfolk {fictional} MP (c.1548 - d.)

"Nicolaus"

Nicholas Hopkins was born about 1548 in Norfolk, England and died between 1585 and 1651 in London, Middlesex, England. Parents: unknown Married: in 1600 [after he was dead??] in London, England...

4/4/2007 11/16/2016

Rev. Stephen Hopkins MP (c.1518 - 1592)

comments from Some trees have Nicholas as the son of a Stephen Hopkins who really DID live in Norfolk from 1551 to 1555. He was rector of two small parishes. He has a paper trail from Eton and King...

3/13/2008 11/16/2016

unknown Hopkins, {fictional} MP (1556 - 1581)

"not Mary Poole", "not Mary Poore", "not the mother of Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflowe"

Nicholas Hopkins married an unknown woman, referred to as "Mary Poole, born 1552 in Norfolk, England (ALT: Badley, Suffolk, England) and died 18 August 1633 in London, Middlesex, England." (fn1)(fn2 ) ...

6/24/2007 11/16/2016

Hopestill Leland, 1580-1655 There is no evidence that Hopestill Leland ever existed according to The Ancestry of Eva Belle Kempton p 453 published by New England Historical and Genealogical Society i...

12/15/2008 10/23/2016

Anthony West MP (deceased)

10/30/2009 10/14/2016

Matthew West MP (deceased)

10/30/2009 10/14/2016

Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd did not have a daugther, "died young" or otherwise. Sources such as: "Mary Todd Lincoln was born in 1845 in Springfield, Sangamon County, Illinois, USA, The Daughter...

1/2/2010 9/18/2016

Peter Stanley, of Ashford MP (c.1539 - 1583)

Peter Stanley M, #68189, b. circa 1539, d. 25 April 1583 Father Thomas Stanley b. c 1515 Peter Stanley was born circa 1539 at of Ashford, Kent, England. He married Joane Masterson , daughter of R...

6/11/2007 8/31/2016

Sarah Sutton MP (c.1589 - 1677)

Ambrose Sutton England Marriages, 1538-1973 Marriage: Aug 25 1613 - Kelvedon Near Colchester, Essex, England Wife: Sarah Warner Records from Biddenden, Kent: Marriage: 10-13-1605 Robert...

7/19/2007 8/29/2016

Ambrose Sutton MP (1586 - 1678)

""Robert""

Ambrose Sutton England Marriages, 1538-1973 Marriage: Aug 25 1613 - Kelvedon Near Colchester, Essex, England Wife: Sarah Warner The arrival point center of the Suttons in the New World wa...

7/19/2007 8/29/2016

Col John Hinton MP (1673 - 1731)

"Col"

Generation No. 4 4. COLONEL JOHN4 HINTON (JAMES3, JOHN CHAPMAN2, THOMAS1) was born 1673 in ,England, and died June 06, 1731 in Precinct, Chowan, North Carolina, USA. He married MARY HARDY Abt. 1690...

2/22/2008 8/19/2016

Thomas Holcombe MP (1605 - 1657)

"Holcomb"

Thomas lived in Connecticut from 1634 until his death. Thomas Holcomb, the immigrant ancestor, was a freeman in Dorchester, Mass., 14 May 1634. Sold property there in 1665, although he removed to Win...

7/28/2007 8/19/2016

Ann Bryan MP (1560 - 1635)

"Ann Bryant", "Ann Bryan"

Resolve... Birth Date c. //1560 c. //1552 Ann Smith Birth 1560 in Claire, Ireland Death 1 Jun 1635 in Clare, Ireland Family Members Parents William SMITH 1532 – 1578 MrsWilliam Smith 1529 – Spo...

3/3/2007 7/13/2016

Eleanor Crandall MP (1585 - 1670)

"Not Elizabeth Drake"

She is said to have been from Scottish descent. Notes Although listed in many trees as the daughter of Elizabeth Prideaux b 1523 & Robert Drake b 1528 it is not possible be born about 1585 to the...

4/11/2007 7/7/2016

Anne Lee MP (c.1615 - 1657)

"Anne Lee"

Her brother Thomas Hungerford left his daughter Sarah (born about 1654, probably in Boston) in his sister's care after his first wife died. He later remarried and died in New London, Connecticut before...

2/16/2008 7/2/2016

Eltweed Pomeroy MP (1585 - 1673)

"Altweed Pomeroy", "E. H. Pomeroy"

Eltweed Pomeroy Birth: Beaminster, Dorset, England Death: Mar 4 1672 - Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts Father: Richard Pomeroy Wife: Margery Rockett, Johanna Keech, Lydia Pomeroy Chil...

2/3/2007 7/1/2016

Richard Pomeroy MP (1540 - 1612)

Parents unknown. Fraudulent pedigree in circulation. notes source is: Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633 (Boston, Mass.: New England Historic ...

2/3/2007 7/1/2016

Sarah WRIGHT MP (1657 - d.)

comments Claimed as child of Richard Wright, of the Plymouth Colony and Hester Wright , an assertion that seems to originate with an old garbled ancestral file (Ancestral File #: 8TG9-7V) from the IG...

5/21/2009 6/30/2016

Elizabeth WRIGHT MP (1655 - d.)

comments Claimed as child of Richard Wright, of the Plymouth Colony and Hester Wright , an assertion that seems to originate with an old garbled ancestral file (Ancestral File #: 8TG9-7V) from the IG...

5/21/2009 6/30/2016

Peter WRIGHT MP (1665 - d.)

comments Claimed as child of Richard Wright, of the Plymouth Colony and Hester Wright , an assertion that seems to originate with an old garbled ancestral file (Ancestral File #: 8TG9-7V) from the IG...

5/21/2009 6/30/2016

Mercy WRIGHT MP (1667 - d.)

comments Claimed as child of Richard Wright, of the Plymouth Colony and Hester Wright , an assertion that seems to originate with an old garbled ancestral file (Ancestral File #: 8TG9-7V) from the IG...

5/21/2009 6/30/2016

Lydia WRIGHT MP (1659 - d.)

comments Claimed as child of Richard Wright, of the Plymouth Colony and Hester Wright , an assertion that seems to originate with an old garbled ancestral file (Ancestral File #: 8TG9-7V) from the IG...

5/21/2009 6/30/2016

Unity Susannah Martin (West) MP (1658 - 1708)

Unity (Susannah) West (b. 1657), married George Martin.

8/27/2008 6/20/2016

Edward Small MP (1600 - 1663)

Came to America with oldest son Francis in 1632. Edward Small Came to America about 1632 probably from Dartmouth, England where the family had been one of high character and position. He is said to h...

9/1/2007 5/24/2016

William Bryan, I MP (aft.1655 - c.1755)

William Bryan Birth 1655 in Nansemond, Virginia, United States Death 1742 in Pasquotank, North Carolina, United States Family Members Parents Francis Bryan 1630 – 1693 Sarah Brinker 1634 – 1698 They ...

6/1/2007 5/20/2016

William Gaylord, Sr. MP (1585 - 1673)

Biographical Summary #1: "... William Gaylord (1585-1673) .The name of Gaylard or Gaylord or other variants was to be found widely spread throughout Somersetshire and some of the name dwelt in the ad...

4/14/2007 5/10/2016

Richard Goode, III MP (1629 - 1719)

"Richard The Immigrant"

Richard GOODE was born Abt. 1630 in St. Minver, Cornwall, England, and died after 30 November  1719 (will written) in Old Rappahannock, Va. [1] Note: The St. Minver, Cornwall parish register has been...

6/22/2008 4/17/2016

Captain John Goode, of Whitby, Immigrant MP (1620 - 1709)

"John Goode", "Gent."

 Brief biography John Goode was born 1625 in Cornwell England as the son of Richard Goode Jr, and the grandson of Richard Goode Sr and Joan Downe. He is recognized as the founder of the well respec...

3/23/2007 4/17/2016

5/23/2014 4/13/2016

This is not the name of any known son of Shane O'Neil. Shane Mcbrian O'Neill He had one named Art - not Arthur - who escaped from Dublin Castle with Red Hugh O'Donnell in 1592, but died of exposure b...

8/20/2007 4/13/2016

was not the wife of Col. William Waters

5/23/2014 4/13/2016