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Smith DNA Group R-M269-54 Thomas Smith b 1634 ENG > New Haven CT

Smith DNA Matched Group GRP-R-M269-54

for discussion of theSmith Official DNA Project group R-M269-54 that includes lineages that we believe all match together, even when the specific paper trail linkages between ancestors are unknown or cannot be proven.

Thomas Smith, immigrant ancestor, came from England in the shiop “Hector” which came to New Haven, Connecticut, leaving London England in 1637, and wintered at Boston, Massachusetts. He was one of the youngest persons on the ship. He was born in 1634, died at East Haven, Connecticut, November 16, 1724. It is thought by some that his father, who accompanied him, was Charles Smith. He married in 1662, Elizabeth, born 1642, died 1727, only daughter of Edward Patterson. Thomas Smith proceeded to the rights of his father in law among the proprietors of new Haven. Children: John born March 1664; Anna April 1 1665, infant 1667,; John June 14, 1669, Thomas died young; Thomas January 31, 1673, Elziabeth June 11, 1676, Joanna Dec 17 1678, Samuel; Abigail August 17, 1683, Lydia March 24 1686, Joseph 1688, Benjamin Nov 16, 1690.-New England Families Cutters Volume 4

Thomas Smith b 1634 ENG d 1724 New Haven CT. John Smith b c 1729 Preston Scotland, Ansson Smith b 1808 Windsor CT , David Smith b c 1770 IRE d Washington Co VA, Robbert Smith b c 1733 IRE

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