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Re: DeLano/Lannoy History. Dating back to 1096. Book published in 1899
Posted by: Doug Sinclair (ID *****8852) Date: July 01, 2012 at 15:01:56
In Reply to: Re: DeLano/Lannoy History. Dating back to 1096. Book published in 1899 by Lynda Leeds of 653

There actually isn't any proof that Jonathan was Philip's son. The only reason the connection is made is that Philip is the only person with that name in New England of his generation. Jonathan is not named in Philip's will. A frustrating mystery. The earliest records we have of Jonathan is as a soldier. He may have immigrated after the Great Migration in some sort of military capacity.

http://dougsinclairsarchives.com/delano/jonathandelano.htm

Doug Sinclair


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