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Re: Hampye Doughty/Doty - daughter of Teunis Covert
Posted by: Hugh McHarry (ID *****7475) Date: July 19, 2006 at 17:31:39
In Reply to: Hampye Doughty/Doty - daughter of Teunis Covert by joe doughty of 1150

These Mayflower descendent Dotys settled among Dutch-speaking people in Somerset County, NJ, and the spellings got wild.

You can find actual colonial Dutch Reformed Church records for many of them at www.familysearch.org, as well as lineages that individuals have submitted.


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