Hello Richard, I wish you all the best with your genealogy search. There are many sites in England to access, unfortunately, they are mostly pay sites. As you can see from my genealogy site, I have traced my ancestry back to 1470. I am aware of some of the names you mention in your lineage, but it is different than mine, as Abbot was a somewhat common name back in those days. I have not been able, as yet, to determine if there is any connection between your Abbott's and mine back then. There are also folks over there that advertise for a price, they will do the research for you, I've never pursued that avenue either. Again, I wish you all the best with putting your particular lineage puzzle together. Sincerely, Ernie Abbott ---- Richard L Marcus <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > My grandmother was John Marie Abbott born in the southern Missouri area, > 1900-1930. Thru Ancestry.com I've traced my Abbott lineage to Sir > Maurice Abbott, 1565-1641 in England without too much trouble. Do you > have better documentation regarding the older English lineage of the > Abbott family tree than the Ancestry or Geni websites? I've traced > Abbott back to a questionable John Abbott b. about 1410 (3rd? great > grandfather of Sir Maurice Abbott). > > Yours, > > RM
Ran across your site on the Abbotts and would like to join in.
Checked your blog - how does one sign up or ?? Is there a search function available?
Not use to some of these blogs so bear with me.
Currently working back from Sylvester Dana Abbott, 20 Sep 1858, from Rumney.
Have some excellent pictures of same and would like to share.
I am researching my family tree and was blown away by your incredible research on George Abbot I. He is my 7th Great Grandfather. My ancestors from my mother's side have been in the states since before the states were formed. Two relatives came over on the Mayflower, and now, your information shows another relative came over on the Arbella in 1637 I greatly appreciate your work. Thank you. Stephen Dickson