I'm going to put in the line I'm researching for whatever reason you can use it for. The DNA project is interesting if you can conjure up people and get them interested in volunteering.
This is not my family but my brother-in-laws wife's family that I'm researching and it is the second person that I have done research for with New Haven John as an ancestor. I've been on the Brockett Archive site and they sure throw it all out there for you! I'm right now, going with the Caswell John as father until I hear more. From what I've read here and there, John of New Haven was a bit rebellious to the Puritan ways infringing on his freedom. If that is the truth as in the records, then maybe that's the reason he wasn't treated as a "Gentleman." Good thing they weren't in Salem during the "Witch Hunt!" Anyway, it looks like they used his talents and expertise even if they had them sitting in the back of the Church.
Direct Descendants of Edward Brockett
1. Edward Brockett 1417 - 1488
2 John Brockett Esquire 1460 - 1532
3 John Brockett Esquire 1485 - 1526
4 Nicholas Brockett Esquire - 1585
5 John Brockett of Mackerey End 1562 - 1613
6 Sir John Brockett III of Caswell 1583 -
7 Reverend John Brockett 1612 - 1690
8 Dr. John Brockett 1642 - 1720
9 Samuel Brockett 1691 - 1775
10 Mehitable Brockett 1721 - 1806
11 Elizabeth Cooper 1743 - 1832
12 Esther Pierpoint 1771 - 1857
13 Elizabeth Tuttle 1807 - 1849
14 Jesse Tuttle Doolittle 1841 -
15 Elsie Clark Doolittle 1873 -
16 Grace Elsie Scranton 1899 -
I don't still have the other line...it was my second ex-husband's and nobody cared. Need I say more.
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