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Gracie Treat to William the Conqueror???
Posted by: Brandi Murry Date: September 24, 1999 at 09:07:50
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I found Gracie Treat in another file on the Mormon Web site. It is an "Ancestral File". It doesn't have any information about her personally However it does track her family tree back more than a few generations.

Gracie's grandfather -
Stephen B: 26 May 1747Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut
Married
Grace Sage B: 5 Jul 1757 Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut

And through Grace Sage's mother
Lois Wilcox B: 14 Jun 1738 Of, Middletown, Middlesex, Conn
Gracie Treat's ancestor's (and mine) were traced directly to names such as William the Conqueror, Henry I of England, Charlemayne, Alfred the Great etc.
Obviously once you find a way into that loop you are related to every Monarch in the old world. Hundreds of them. Astounding.
At a certain point history does the documentation but has anyone else found this link to the Treat family? The link was made after Gov. Robert Treat (also on my tree according to the Mormon web site) How valid is this source anyway?
I am just astounded. Hopefully it is actually true. That would be neat.
Does anyone have any previous knowledge of this?

Brandi Murry

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