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Re: What about PRE-Abraham
Posted by: Shawna (ID *****0972) Date: May 10, 2004 at 07:54:01
In Reply to: What about PRE-Abraham by Linda Rideout of 534

I have a Rideout Family Record that I inherited from my great Aunt. I have no idea who printed it or where she got it from; it starts with a list of Nicholas & Mary (Ingersall) Rideout's children, and lists none of Abraham's other children. Do you have a list of the other children?
At the top of the page it reads "The first ancestor was Abraham Rideout, who came from England to America, at a date unascertained." May I ask your source for their date of arrival?
I may be going out on a limb here, but if Mary Ingersall was related to any of the (other) INGERSOLLS from my line,
those Ingersolls were already deeply embedded in the MA/ME/NH areas as they came over on the Mayflower, especially the areas Herbert Rideout mentioned (Portland)
My lineage
Abraham, Nicholas, Reuben, John M.,John W., Clare (Rideout) Trickey, Dorrice (Trickey) Wetzler, Sally (Wetzler)Basso, then me.
Thank you

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