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Re: Edward Churchill
Posted by: dennis churchill (ID *****6160) Date: March 22, 2010 at 20:13:23
In Reply to: Edward Churchill by Karen of 3037

Hi Karen: You are looking for book "CHURCHILL FAMILY IN AMERICA", (Gardner Churchill being one of the chroniclers).
That book is available, no charge, on the internet.
If you have Google, just type into address bar, "Churchill Family in America (Open Library). You can download entire book if you want.
Meanwhile, since you subscribe to Ancestry.Com, again use your address bar and type in for example: "U.S. Census, 1850, Ancestry.Com" You will find your EDWARD in several of the New York Census. Remember, however, that only the head of the household is named in the various census, until 1850 when all the known family names and ages are detailed.
If you have any problem get back to me.
Don't know if you are aware, but your Manhattan Branch shares a distant relationship with the Connecticut and Massachusetts branches. That is proven by an active DNA project that likely places a still unknown common ancestor of the branches in DEVON OR DORESET, ENGLAND, sometime before 1600.
good luck, dw Churchill (desc. Ct. Branch).

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