Continue reading "Berea resident can trace roots to Mayflower, Jamestowne: Dateline Berea"
For most of us it is a story we read about in history books or historical novels, but for one Berea resident, his family's history is actually found in the pages of those books.
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#1 Aug 10, 2009
The Berea that this story is referring to is Berea, Ohio. Not Berea, Kentucky.
Interesting story, though. How many can actually say and PROVE that one of their ancestors was on the Mayflower?
#2 Aug 16, 2009
My husband's 7th great grandfather was Miles Standish, the captain of the Mayflower. Dead serious and I think it's pretty cool, too.
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