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John of New Haven (sorry)
Posted by: Michael Fleming (ID *****2993) Date: September 04, 2005 at 16:58:43
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To Richard and Ron and all other interested parties,
I received the record copies from Jacqueline Cox at the Cambridge Archive. You have probably already seen thes as they consist of the pertinant pages from Venn and Venn of 1922 vol 1 (earliest times to 1751).
There are 5 John Brockets listed and five others.
Of the 5 Johns two are of interest. The second listed John is recorded as "Perhaps son of Sir John, of Brocket Hall, Herts." The date of his matriculation, 1617, makes him definitely not new haven John, but possibly an actual son of Sir John that is no longer recorded anywhere else.
The fourth listed John is recorded as "Son of John of Weathampstead" (Brocket Hall). His Matriculation date of 1634 makes him the right time for John of New Haven who sailed on Hector in 1637.
In any case, I thanked her for the information and asked if there was any other amplifying info on those two.
There was again no record that would match John, son of New Haven John, who trained to be a doctor. So Oxford and Cambridge have no record of him.
This is just FYI and any comment is appreciated.

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