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greatgrands
About Millenium File
Copied and pasted to give you the source info, feel free to delete if you have access to this.
Just wanted to include it in case you were unfamiliar.
Heritage Consulting. Millennium File [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2003.
Original data: Heritage Consulting. The Millennium File. Salt Lake City, UT, USA: Heritage Consulting.
About Millennium File

The Millennium File is a database created by the Institute of Family Research to track the records of its clients and the results of its professional research. It contains more than 880,000 linked family records, with lineages from throughout the world, including colonial America, the British Isles, Switzerland, and Germany. Many of these lineages extend back to nobility and renowned historical figures. In fact, one of the things the Millennium File focuses on is linking to European nobility and royalty.

A good way to have success in using this database is identify at least one Gateway Ancestor. A Gateway Ancestor is an early American immigrant who has been identified as having roots in British or European nobility. In this database there are about 300 Gateway Ancestors, or in other words, there are about 300 individuals who have proven ties to nobility or royalty. Source information is also provided in this database, making it easier to verify the accuracy of the research done.

The Millennium File is a compiled source and is similar in form to other linked databases, such as Ancestry World Tree.



Added by greatgrands on Mar 21, 2014 4:04 PM
greatgrands
RE: Edward Andrews & Samuel his son
Hello,
I have tried to find the documentation for Samuel Andrews' father being Edward of England. The only thing I've turned up is a Millenium File record at Ancestry.com, which is based on info entered at LDS family trees. The info looks like what would be found on a marriage record (spouses' parents' names). If you have the time and ability, you might go to an LDS center and see if you can view the actual marriage record for Samuel, to see if the parents are listed on the document. Sorry I can't be more help, very limited time these days. Here's the info from Millenium File:
Name: Samuel Andrews
Gender: Male
Birth Date: 1630
Birth Place: Oyster Bay, Nassau, New York, USA
Death Date: 19 Sep 1693
Death Place: Mansfield, New Jersey, USA
Marriage Date: 30 Oct 1663
Father: Edward Andrews
Mother: Mary
Spouse: Mary Wright
Children: Mordecai Andrews
Spouse Father: Peter Wright
Spouse Mother: Alice Wright
Added by greatgrands on Mar 21, 2014 3:54 PM
greatgrands
RE: Edward Andrews & Samuel his son
Sorry about the page number difference, I should have mentioned I was using the adobe acrobat pdf version and I guess it numbered them differently.
If I find the other reference I will remember to update you!
Added by greatgrands on Aug 27, 2012 9:09 AM
greatgrands
RE: Edward Andrews & Samuel his son
I searched for hours but can't find the source. I did find the reference where Samuel came from Boston. It's in Oyster Bay Town Records, Vol. 1, page 431 ("Samuel Andrews, formerly of Boston"). It's possible his father was listed in the The Boston Transcript. I can't find a searchable version right now but maybe you can.
Added by greatgrands on Aug 25, 2012 3:15 AM
greatgrands
RE: Edward Andrews & Samuel his son
Hi,
Regarding the parents of Samuel Andrews...
I wish I had noted a source on the page, as it's been awhile since I worked on the Andrews line and I can't remember off the top of my head. I'll have to research it.
There were several old books I was reading at the time to gather information (local histories, family genealogies, and early court records of Oyster Bay, Long Island). When I locate the source I'll reply here.
Added by greatgrands on Aug 25, 2012 12:43 AM
 

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