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Lineage from Edward and Thankful Dimmock forward
Posted by: Giles Bumpas (ID *****1470) Date: November 03, 2003 at 23:38:59
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Hello everyone,

Edward Waldo, son of John Waldo, was commissioned lieutenant in his majesties' second colonial trainband on 30th October 1722. I know this because his commission is hanging on my wall, along with a contemporary sketch of him. I am trying to find out what the lineage from there to Harry Bennett Waldo in St. Louis, Missouri in the early 1900's is. My mother was his daughter, and I am the only living grandson. I cannot figure out how I ended up with this wonderful piece of history for our family. I was told by my mother that there was always a Giles in the family, which is why I was so named. It was my understanding that there was usually a William Giles Waldo. I would appreciate any information anyone could give.


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