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Re: Who was the first?
Posted by: David Musselwhite Date: December 01, 2000 at 17:48:43
In Reply to: Who was the first? by Mike Mussellwhite of 407

Mike, I just happened upon your question on who was the first? I am not sure of how accurate the info., but I found a John Musselwhite that arrived aboard the ship named "James"in Boston New England in 1635. He was listed as a laborer on the ships passenger list. This is the earliest Musselwhite of America that I have found so far.I have not been able to trace my family directly to this John. There were a lot of John Musselwhite's and the trees are hard to follow.
Any info about Musselwhite's of England before America would be appreciated.

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