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Re: Knowlton family, Essex Co., Mass., 17th-18th century
Posted by: Alton Rogers (ID *****7070) Date: August 21, 2011 at 06:49:44
In Reply to: Re: Knowlton family, Essex Co., Mass., 17th-18th century by Timothy Watkins of 924

This information is from the book Mayflower Families Vol 15 James Chilton-Richard More pg 159.
An excerpt from this page -


5. SUSANNA DUTCH (Susanna More, Richard) bp. Salem 22 Sept. 1683; d. after 18 Aug. 1762.
She m. Beverly 26 Dec. 1705 BENJAMIN KNOWLTON b.Ipswich ca. 1674; d. Ipswich Hamlet (now Hamilton) in Dec. 1764; son of John and Bethia (Edwards) Knowlton.
Can provide a scan of this page if you provide your e-mail address.

Susanna Knowlton was the great-granddaughter of Mayflower Passenger Richard More. Her husband Josiah Dodge was a descendant of 17th century English immigrant Rev. William Skepper. Both More and Skepper are listed as 'gateway ancestors' meaning they have documented royal and noble ancestry from Britain and elsewhere in Europe. I have spent a number of years documenting this ancestry, which is a real treasure-trove of the royal and famous from especially medieval Britain.
If interested in more information, let me know.

I am recognized by the Mayflower Society as being a descendant of Pilgrims Isaac Allerton and William White in addition to Passenger Richard More who was the only person on the Mayflower with royal ancestry as well as having a quite bizarre personal family history.

Alton Rogers

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