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Posted by: patillo patillo (ID *****3302) Date: March 02, 2009 at 14:22:52
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Does anyone know if Rev. Stephen Bacheller, the aged Antinomian Minister, who left a large progeny was of Huguenot desc.? He martriculated at Oxford and he always signed his name as "Bacheller" although Batchelder and its variants were commonly used by this family. Have seen in "Water's Gleanings of England" several wills where he is mentioned and the families appear to have a French surname. Rev. Stephen, whose dau. Theodate mar. Capt. Christopher Hussey, came to the Colonies at age 75 and returned to England -- you might say he was "booted" out --and died in London at the age of 90 yrs. Any clues appreciated. Patillo <>

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