|Donald Dean Broughton (#46555742)|
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I am one of a group of the Windsor CN Broughton descendents and family researchers. My direct lineage is John I, John II, John III, Amos I, Amos II, Amos III, Orville, Elroy and Rolland Broughton's. Generally, our family spread from CN to New York and Vermont, then to points west.|
Should you feel that you are related to this branch, please feel free to contact me.
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|Mo and Dave Gates||RE: Transfer of the Miner Memorials|
You are very welcome... Mo Gates
|Mary Giltnane Taylor||Nathan Broughton|
Nathan Broughton is my 4th great grandfather, I am descended from his son, Gurdon N. Broughton. I found your posts while researching for my application to the General Society of Mayflower Descendants.
Are you all aware we are descended though Amos Broughton and Amos Broughton II from the Mayflower passengers John and Elinor Billington and their son, Francis?
Thank you so much for posting this photo of Nathan's grave.
|Melinda St||RE: Robert A King memorial|
Hi Cousin Don,
So sorry that I have not thank you for the photo on Nathan Broughton's headstone, sure sad to see the broken into 2 pieces. I have little problem with read all the way down. Wonder if you can do reading the inscriptions? If so I would be greatly appreciate for your time.
Added by Karen on Jun 21, 2013 4:18 PM
|Karen||RE: We are related|
So glad to meet you, Nathan was my 4 grt g-pa and one of his children Thankful who was my 3 grt g-ma. You mentioned that you visited his grave & I am curious if you took picture of his headstone? I would love to see it and I had asked for the request on it. How are you related to Amos III? I am trying to figure what or How do we are related. You can send me thru my email addy of email@example.com Right now I am working on trying to straighten with my homepage that I am having little problem but hope we will get it resolved by Sat or Sun.
Have a wonderful day. Karen
Added by Karen on Apr 05, 2013 12:05 PM
|Ruth Scott||RE: Thank you so much|
Donald, you are most welcome. I love reading stories like yours...thank you for sharing.
|Joshua Kajune||Windsor CN|
I have been doing some research on the Broughton side of my family and so far have traced it back to John Broughton I (1615-1662). I have read that he is the first of the Windsor CN Broughton. I googled "Windsor CN Broughton" and this came up. What exactly is Windsor CN?
|Karen||Amos Broughton II|
Hi again, Just ignore first message as I found the right Amos that died in 1828, who was my 5 Grt G-pa and I already contacted someone else & he showed me different Amos. I got everything right. I wanted to thank you for your time.
Have a wonderful evening. Karen
Added by Karen on Apr 19, 2011 9:11 PM
I am a descendents from Amos Broughton [1746-1839)next to Nathan Broughton (1778-1835). I need to know if you know the excat dates on Amos as from Ancestry showed Amos died on 18 Mar 1828 but I found him buried at Shulters Cemetery in Hoosick, New York. His inscription showed that he died on 11 Mar 1839, aged 93 yrs, 1 mo & 17 days, I wonder if it is same Amos who married Abigail Corbin? Also wonder if you know where Abigail is buried at? Thanks for your time.
Added by Karen on Apr 16, 2011 6:01 PM
looking for information on hannah Bascomb 1639-1681
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