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Famous Descendants

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PRES. JOHN ADAMS (1767–1848)
2nd U.S. President

"I must study politics and war that my sons may have liberty to study mathematics and philosophy."

  1. William Mullins (c 1568–1621) & Alice (c 1575–1620)

  2. Priscilla Mullins (c 1602–after 1650) & John Alden (c 1598–1687)

  3. Ruth Alden (1634–1674) & John Bass (1632–1716)

  4. Hannah Bass (1667–1705) & Joseph Adams (1653–1736/37)

  5. John Adams (1691–1761) & Susanah Boylston (1709–1797)

  6. John Adams (1735–1826)

  1. William Mullins (c 1568–1621) & Alice (c 1575–1620)

  2. Priscilla Mullins (c 1602–aft 1650) & John Alden (c 1598–1687)

  3. Ruth Alden (1634–1674) & John Bass (1632–1716)

  4. Hannah Bass (1667–1705) & Joseph Adams (1653–1736/37)

  5. John Adams (1691–1761) & Susanah Boylston (1709–1797)

  6. John Adams (1735–1826) & Abigail Smith (1744–1818)

  7. John Quincy Adams (1767–1848)

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PRES. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS (1767–1848)
6th U.S. President

"[America’s] glory is not dominion, but liberty."

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MAUDE ADAMS (1872–1953)
actress

"Don't be afraid of failure; be afraid of petty success."

  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607–1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Hope Howland (1629–1684) & John Chipman (1621–1708)

  4. Samuel Chipman (1661–1723) & Sarah Cobb (1663–1742)

  5. Thomas Chipman (1687–1752) & Abigail Lothrop (1689–1752)

  6. Amos Chipman (1727–1764) & Sarah Daggett (1728–1764)

  7. Barnabas Chipman (1762–1847) & Beulah Evarts (1761–1830)

  8. Elizabeth Chipman (1786–1856) & Joshua Adams (1780–1863)

  9. Barnabas Adams (1812–1869) & Julia Ann Banker (1826–1915)

  10. Asenath Ann Adams (1848–1916) & James Henry Kiskadden (1839–1878)

  11. Maude Ewing Kiskadden [stage name "Adams"] (1872–1953)

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ALEC BALDWIN (1958–) and brothers Daniel, Billy and Stephen
actor, producer, and comedian

When they play 'The Star-Spangled Banner,' I get all choked up. I love my country."

  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607–1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Desire Howland (1625–1683) & Capt. John Gorham (1620–1675)

  4. Temperance Gorham (1646–1715) & Edward Sturgis (1642–1678)

  5. Fear Sturgis (1678–1753) & Joshua Holmes (1678–1729)

  6. Joshua Holmes (1700–1777) & Mary Richardson (1700–1785)

  7. Prudence Holmes (1724–1799) & Jonathan Palmer (1720–1803)

  8. Eunice Palmer (1763–1827) & Joshua Brown (1764–1846)

  9. Esther Brown (1789–1845) & Sylvester Baldwin (1788–1822)

  10. Roswell Baldwin (1818–1885) & Hannah Miles (1829–1872)

  11. Sylvester Davis Baldwin (1856–1923) & Helen Irene McNamara (1860–1942)

  12. Alexander Rae Baldwin (1900–1969) & Ruth Mary Noble (1898–1968)

  13. Alexander Rae Baldwin Jr. (1927–1983) & Carolyn Newcomb Martineaux (1928–)

  14. Alexander "Alec" Rae Baldwin III (1958–)

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© Yousuf Karsh / Library and Archives Canada / PA-212506

HUMPHREY BOGART (1899–1957)
movie actor

"On himself: "Democrat in politics, Episcopalian by upbringing, dissenter by disposition."

  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607–1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Capt. Joseph Howland (1627–1704) & Elizabeth Southworth (1638–1717)

  4. Lydia Howland (1674–1739) & Joseph Jenkins (1669–1734)

  5. Prudence Jenkins (1709–1793) & Samuel Baker (1706–1791)

  6. Bethia Baker (1737–1820) & John Perkins (1736–1798)

  7. Dyer Perkins (1763–1818) & Charlotte Sophia Woodbridge (1787–1851)

  8. Elizabeth Rogers Perkins (1808–1859) & Harvey Humphrey (1796–1877)

  9. John Perkins Humphrey (1836–1906) & Francis V Churchill (1837–1874)

  10. Maud Humphrey (1865–1914) & Dr. Belmont DeForest Bogart (1865–1934)

  11. Humphrey DeForest Bogart (1899–1957)

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JORDANA BREWSTER (1980–)
actress and model

"Women always want to be something they're not. If you're the pretty girl, you want to be the quirky girl. If you're the smart girl, you want to be the pretty girl."

  1. William Brewster (c 1566–1644) & Mary (c 1569–1627)

  2. Jonathan Brewster (1593–1659) & Lucretia Oldham (1600–1678)

  3. Capt. Benjamin Brewster (1633–1710) & Ann Addis Darte ( ____ –1660)

  4. Capt. Daniel Brewster (1666/67–1735) & Hannah Gager (1666–1727)

  5. Jonathan Brewster (1705–1776) & Mary Parish (1704–1771)

  6. Deacon Jonathan Brewster (1734–1800) & Zipporah Smith (1735–1794)

  7. Capt. Elisha Brewster (1755–1833) & Sara Huntington (1768–1841)

  8. Elisha Huntington Brewster (1809–1878) & Sophronia Martha Kingman (1810–1879)

  9. Charles Kingman Brewster (1843–1908) & Celina Sophia Baldwin (1840–1917)

  10. Kingman Brewster Sr. (1882–1957) & Florence Foster Besse (1885–1965)

  11. Kingman Brewster Jr. (1919–1988) & Mary Louise Phillips (1920–2004)

  12. Alden Brewster ( ____–____ ) & Maria Joao Leal De Sousa ( ____–____ )

  13. Jordana Brewster (1980–)

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WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT (1794–1878)
poet, journalist, and magazine editor

"Reach for the moon, because if you don't make it you'll land among the stars."

  1. William Mullins (c 1568–1621) & Alice (c 1575–1620)

  2. Priscilla Mullins (c 1602–aft 1650) & John Alden (c 1598–1687)

  3. Jonathan Alden (c 1633–1697) & Abigail Hallett (1644–1725)

  4. Anna Alden (1678–1705) & Josiah Snell (1674–1753)

  5. Zachariah Snell (1703–1768) & Abigail Hayward (1702–1796)

  6. Col. Ebenezer Snell (1738–1804) & Sarah Packard (1737–1818)

  7. Sarah Snell (1768–1847) & Dr. Peter Bryant (1767–1820)

  8. William Cullen Bryant (1794–1868)

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WARREN BUFFETT (1930–)
business magnate, investor, and philanthropist

"Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.”

  1. Edward Doty (c 1597-1602–1656) & Faith Clarke (c 1619–1675)

  2. Edward Doty II (c 1637–1689/90) & Sarah Faunce (c 1645–1695)

  3. Elizabeth Doty (1673–1745) & Tobias Oakman (c 1664–1750)

  4. Susanna Oakman (1705/6–____) & Anthony Collamer/Collamore (1699–1746)

  5. Samuel Collamer/Collamore (1737–1766) & Deborah Mitchell (1741–1762)

  6. Deborah Collamore (1762–1844) & William Mallett (c 1767–1844/8)

  7. Rhoda A. Mallett (1791–1852) & Capt. Thomas Jefferson Pennell (1790–1844)

  8. Deborah Collamore Pennell (1822–1854) & John Watson (1809–1878)

  9. Susan A. Watson (1845–1899) & Sgt. Fordyce Bela “Ford” Barber (1842–1928)

  10. Stella Frances Barber (1873–1960) & John Ammon Stahl (1867–1940)

  11. Leila Stahl (1904–1996) & Howard Homan Buffett (1903–1964)

  12. Warren Edward Buffett (1930–)

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BARBARA BUSH (1925–2018)
U.S. First Lady, wife of Pres. George H. Bush

"I married the first man I ever kissed. When I tell this to my children, they just about throw up."

 
  1. Henry Samson (1603/04–1684) & Ann Plumer ( ____ –1668)

  2. Stephen Samson (c 1653–before 31 Jan 1714) & Elizabeth (before 16809–between 1696/1774)

  3. Mary Samson (1694/95–after 07 Aug 1764) & Samuel Thayer (1696–1764)

  4. Zilpha Thayer (1722–before 17 Oct 1761) & John Holbrook (1717–before 12 Sep 1774)

  5. John Holbrook (1748–1817) & Rhoda Thayer (1746– ____ )

  6. John Holbrook (1778–1838) & Mercy Hill (1774–1847)

  7. Chloe Holbrook (1816–1886) & Gen. James Pierce (1810–1874)

  8. Jonas James Pierce (1839–1913) & Kate Pritzel (1841–1931)

  9. Scott Pierce (1866–1945) & Mabel Marvin (1869–____ )

  10. Marvin Pierce (1893–1969) & Pauline Robinson (1896–1949)

  11. Barbara Pierce [Bush] (1925–2018)

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PRES. GEORGE H. BUSH (1924–2018)
41st U.S. President

"This is America...a brilliant diversity spread like stars, like a thousand points of light in a broad and peaceful sky."

  1. Francis Cooke (c 1580–1663) & Hester le Mahieu ( ____–1666)

  2. Jane Cooke (c 1608–bef 1640) & Experience Mitchell (c 1607≠c 1689)

  3. Elizabeth Mitchell (c 1628–1681/84) & John Washburn Jr. (1620–1686)

  4. Mary Washburn (before 24 Jul 1662–1740) & Samuel Kingsley Jr. (1662–1713)

  5. Samuel Kingsley III (before 13 Jul 1693–1730) & Mary ( ____ –____ )

  6. Silence Kingsley (1727–____ ) & Samuel Herrick (1732–1797)

  7. Sarah Herrick (1764–1823) & Nathaniel Butler (1761–1829) 

  8. Samuel Herrick Butler (1785–1851) & Judith Livingston (1785–1858)

  9. Courtland Philip Livingston Butler (1813–1891) & Elizabeth Slade Pierce (1822–1901)

  10. Mary Elizabeth Butler (1850–1897) & Robert Emmet Sheldon (1845–1917)

  11. Flora Sheldon (1872–1920) & Samuel Prescott Bush (1863–1948)

  12. Prescott Sheldon Bush (1895–1972) & Dorothy Walker (1901–1992)

  13. George Herbert Walker Bush (1924–2018 )

 

  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607–1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Hope Howland (1629–1683) & John Chipman (1613–1708)

  4. Hope Chipman (1652–1728) & John Huckins (1649–1678)

  5. Hope Huckins (1677–1782 at age 105) & Thomas Nelson (1675–1755)

  6. Hannah Nelson (1699–after 25 Dec 1760) & Jabez Wood (1691–between 1760/1774)

  7. Rev. Jabez Wood (1719/20–____ ) & Joanna Short (1715–____ )

  8. Joanna Wood (1750–1813) & Comfort Horton (1743–1805)

  9. Sarah Horton (1777–1856) & Jarvis Wheeler (1774–1852)

  10. Betsey S. Wheeler (1800–1881) & Levi Pierce (1797–1838)

  11. Elizabeth Slade Pierce (1822–1901) & Courtland Philip Livingston Butler (1813–1891)

  12. Mary Elizabeth Butler (1850–1897) & Robert Emmet Sheldon (1845–1917)

  13. Flora Sheldon (1872–1920) & Samuel Prescott Bush (1863–1948)

  14. Prescott Sheldon Bush (1895–1972) & Dorothy Walker (1901–1992)

  15. George Herbert Walker Bush (1924–2018)

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PRES. GEORGE W. BUSH (1946–)
43rd U.S. President

"Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America."

  1. Francis Cooke (c 1580–1663) & Hester le Mahieu ( ____–1666)

  2. Jane Cooke (c 1608–before 1640) & Experience Mitchell (c 1607–c 1689)

  3. Elizabeth Mitchell (c 1628–1681/84) & John Washburn Jr. (1620–1686)

  4. Mary Washburn (before 24 Jul 1662–1740) & Samuel Kingsley Jr. (1662–1713)

  5. Samuel Kingsley III (before 13 Jul 1693–1730) & Mary ( ____–____ )

  6. Silence Kingsley (1727–____ ) & Samuel Herrick (1732–1797)

  7. Sarah Herrick (1764–1823) & Nathaniel Butler (1761–1829)

  8. Samuel Herrick Butler (1785–1851) & Judith Livingston (1785–1858)

  9. Courtland Philip Livingston Butler (1813–1891) & Elizabeth Slade Pierce (1822–1901)

  10. Mary Elizabeth Butler (1850–1897) & Robert Emmet Sheldon (1845–1917)

  11. Flora Sheldon (1872–1920) & Samuel Prescott Bush (1863–1948)

  12. Prescott Sheldon Bush (1895–1972) & Dorothy Walker (1901–1992)

  13. George Herbert Walker Bush (1924–2018) & Barbara Pierce (1925–2018)

  14. George Walker Bush (1946–)

  1. Henry Samson (1603/04–1684) & Ann Plumer ( ____–1668)

  2. Stephen Samson (c 1653–before 31 Jan 1714) & Elizabeth (bef 16809–between 1696/1774)

  3. Mary Samson (1694/95–after 07 Aug 1764) & Samuel Thayer (1696–1764)

  4. Zilpha Thayer (1722–before 17 Oct 1761) & John Holbrook (1717–before 12 Sep 1774)

  5. John Holbrook (1748–1817) & Rhoda Thayer (1746–____ )

  6. John Holbrook (1778–1838) & Mercy Hill (1774–1847)

  7. Chloe Holbrook (1816–1886) & Gen. James Pierce (1810–1874)

  8. Jonas James Pierce (1839–1913) & Kate Pritzel (1841–1931)

  9. Scott Pierce (1866–1945) & Mabel Marvin (1869–____ )

  10. Marvin Pierce (1893–1969) & Pauline Robinson (1896–1949)

  11. Barbara Pierce (1925–2018) & George Herbert Walker Bush (1924–2018)

  12. George Walker Bush (1946–)

  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607–1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Hope Howland (1629–1683) & John Chipman (1613–1708)

  4. Hope Chipman (1652–1728) & John Huckins (1649–1678)

  5. Hope Huckins (1677–1782 at age 105) & Thomas Nelson (1675–1755)

  6. Hannah Nelson (1699–after 25 Dec 1760) & Jabez Wood (1691–between 1760/1774)

  7. Rev. Jabez Wood (1719/20–____ ) & Joanna Short (1715–____ )

  8. Joanna Wood (1750–1813) & Comfort Horton (1743–1805)

  9. Sarah Horton (1777–1856) & Jarvis Wheeler (1774–1852)

  10. Betsey S. Wheeler (1800–1881) & Levi Pierce (1797–1838)

  11. Flora Sheldon (1872–1920) & Samuel Prescott Bush (1863–1948)

  12. Prescott Sheldon Bush (1895–1972) & Dorothy Walker (1901–1992)

  13. George Herbert Walker Bush (1924–2018) & Barbara Pierce (1925–2018)

  14. George Walker Bush (1946–)

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JOHN CENA (1977–)
pro wrestler and actor

“I'm fine with being beat-up and pushed around, but I'm really scared of heights and scared of ledges.”

  1. Richard Warren ( ____–1628) & Elizabeth Walker (c 1580–1673)

  2. Mary Warren (c 1610–1683) & Robert Bartlett ( ____–1676)

  3. Elizabeth Bartlett (c 1643–1712/3) & Anthony Sprague (1663–before 14 May 1729)

  4. Jeremiah Sprague (1682–1759) & Priscilla Knight (1686–1775)

  5. Elizabeth Sprague (1723/4–1785) & Nathaniel Stodder (1727–1803)

  6. Abigail Stodder (1764–1822) & Jeremiah Hobart (1764–1804)

  7. Thirza Hall Hobart (1801/2–1885) & Capt. Horace Howard Watson (1789–1867)

  8. Agnes Lee Watson (1822–1903) & Charles Nichols (1821–1891)

  9. Charles H. Nichols (1848–1909) & Martha Emma Dix (1848–1927)

  10. Charles Nichols (1883–1951) & Julia Helena/Ellen Skelton (1885–1976)

  11. Natalie Nichols (1918–1953) & Ulysses John “Tony” Lupien Jr. (1917–2004)

  12. Carol Frances Lupien (1947–) & John Joseph Cena (1944–)

  13. John Felix Anthony Cena (1977–)

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CHEVY CHASE (1943–)
actor, comedian, writer, and producer

"I went to college with every intention of being a doctor. I was redirected by my grades."

  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607–1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Desire Howland (c 1625–1683) & Capt. John Gorham (1620–1675/76)

  4. Jabez Gorham (1656–1725/26) & Hannah (Sturgis) Gray (1654–1736)

  5. Jabez Gorham Jr. (1684–1745) & Leah Littlefield (1687–1739)

  6. Hannah Gorham (c 1717–1802) & John Kinnicutt (1700–1782)

  7. Paul Chase (1744–1824) & Betty Kinnicutt (1748–1838)

  8. Jarvis Brown Chase (c 1786–bef 9 Aug 1850) & Rhoda Corey Campbell (1795–aft 9 Aug 1850)

  9. Henry Seymour Chase (1817/20–after May 1880) & Sarah Dennison Haskell (1826–1906)

  10. Charles Dennison Chase (1850–1910) & Grace Metcalf (1857–1941)

  11. Edward Leigh Chase (1884–1965) & Mabel Penrose Tinsley (1889–c 1966)

  12. Edward Tinsley "Ned" Chase (1919–2005) & Cathaline Parker Browning (1923–2005)

  13. Cornelius Crane "Chevy" Chase (1943–)

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JULIA CHILD (1912–2004)
chef, author, and television personality

"How can a nation be called great if its bread tastes like kleenex?"

 
  1. William Bradford (1589/90–1657) & Alice [Carpenter] Southworth (1590–1670)

  2. Maj. William Bradford (1624–1703) & Alice Richards (1627–1671)

  3. Maj. John Bradford (1651/52–1736) & Mercy Warren (1653–1747)

  4. Edward Mitchell (1645–1717) & Alice Bradford (1676/77–1746)

  5. Edward Mitchell Jr. (1715/16–1801) & Elizabeth Cushing (1714–1799)

  6. William Mitchell (1750–1837) & Elizabeth Ward (1756–1839)

  7. Elisha Mitchell (1790–1871) & Lucinda Brewster (1790–1825)

  8. Clark Ward Mitchell (1818–1894) & Ellen Theresa Shaw (1822–1891)

  9. Julia Clark Mitchell (1844–1902) & Byron Curtis Weston (1832–1898)

  10. Julia Carolyn Weston (1877–1937) & John McWilliams (1880–1972)

  11. Julia Carolyn McWilliams [Child] (1912–2004)

 

  1. William Brewster (c 1566–1644) & Mary (c 1569–1627)

  2. Jonathan Brewster (1593–1661) & Lucretia Oldham (1600–1678)

  3. Capt. Benjamin Brewster (1633–1710) & Ann Addis ( ____ –1660)

  4. Capt. Daniel Brewster (1666/67–1735) & Hannah Gager (1666–1727)

  5. Jonathan Brewster (1705–1776) & Mary Parish (1704–1771)

  6. Deacon Jonathan Brewster (1734–1800) & Zipporah Smith (1735–1794)

  7. Jonathan Brewster (1759–1841) & Lois Marsh (1762–1810)

  8. Lucinda Brewster (1790–1825) & Elisha Mitchell (1790–1871)

  9. Clark Ward Mitchell (1818–1894) & Ellen Theresa Shaw (1822–1891)

  10. Julia Clark Mitchell (1844–1902) & Byron Curtis Weston (1832–1898)

  11. Julia Carolyn Weston (1877–1937) & John McWilliams (1880–1972)

  12. Julia Carolyn McWilliams [Child] (1912–2004)

  1. Francis Cooke (c 1580–1663) & Hester le Mahieu ( ____–1666)

  2. Jane Cooke (c 1608–before 1640) & Experience Mitchell (c 1607–c 1689)

  3. Elizabeth Mitchell (c 1628–between 1681/84) & John Washburn Jr. (1620–1686)

  4. Samuel Washburn (c 1652–1720) & Deborah Packard (c 1648–after 1724)

  5. Capt. Nehemiah Washburn (1686–1748) & Jane Howard (1689–1715)

  6. Silence Washburn (1713–1775) & Dr. Abiel Howard (1704–1777)

  7. Silence Howard (1736–1777) & Dr. Philip Bryant (1732–1816)

  8. Dr. Peter Bryant (1767–1820) & Sarah Snell (1768–1847)

  9. Sarah Snell Bryant (1802–1824) & Dr. Samuel Shaw (1790–1870)

  10. Ellen Theresa Shaw (1822–1891) & Clark Ward Mitchell (1818–1894)

  11. Julia Clark Mitchell (1844–1902) & Byron Curtis Weston (1832–1898)

  12. Julia Carolyn Weston (1877–1937) & John McWilliams (1880–1972)

  13. Julia Carolyn McWilliams [Child] (1912–2004)

 

  1. William Mullins (c 1568–1621) & Alice (c 1575–1620)

  2. Priscilla Mullins (c 1602–after 1650) & John Alden (c 1598–1697)

  3. Jonathan Alden (c 1633–1697) & Abigail Hallett (1644/45–1725)

  4. Anna Alden (c 1678–1705) & Josiah Snell (1674–1753)

  5. Zachariah Snell (1704–1768) & Abigail Hayward (1702–1796)

  6. Col. Ebenezer Snell (1738–1804) & Sarah Packard (1737–1818)

  7. Sarah Snell (1768–1847) & Dr. Peter Bryant (1767–1820)

  8. Sarah Snell Bryant (1802–1824) & Dr. Samuel Shaw (1790–1870)

  9. Ellen Theresa Shaw (1822–1891) & Clark Ward Mitchell (1818–1894)

  10. Julia Clark Mitchell (1844–1902) & Byron Curtis Weston (1832–1898)

  11. Julia Carolyn Weston (1877–1937) & John McWilliams (1880–1972)

  12. Julia Carolyn McWilliams [Child] (1912–2004)

 

  1. Richard Warren ( ____–1628) & Elizabeth Walker (c 1580–1673)

  2. Joseph Warren (1626/27–1689) & Priscilla Faunce (c 1634–1707)

  3. Mercy Warren (1653–1747) & Maj. John Bradford (1651/52–1736)

  4. Edward Mitchell (1645–1717) & Alice Bradford (1676/77–1746)

  5. Edward Mitchell Jr. (1715/16–1801) & Elizabeth Cushing (1714–1799)

  6. William Mitchell (1750–1837) & Elizabeth Ward (1756–1839)

  7. Elisha Mitchell (1790–1871) & Lucinda Brewster (1790–1825)

  8. Clark Ward Mitchell (1818–1894) & Ellen Theresa Shaw (1822–1891)

  9. Julia Clark Mitchell (1844–1902) & Byron Curtis Weston (1832–1898)

  10. Julia Carolyn Weston (1877–1937) & John McWilliams (1880–1972)

  11. Julia Carolyn McWilliams [Child] (1912–2004)

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WINSTON CHURCHILL (1874–1965)
United Kingdom Prime Minister

“I am prepared to meet my Maker. Whether my Maker is prepared for the ordeal of meeting me is another matter.”

  1. Samuel Fuller (prob 1580–1633) & Bridget Lee ( ____–after 02 May 1667)

  2. Samuel Fuller Jr. (1627–1695) & Ruth Bassett (c 1634–c 1694)

  3. John Sprague, biological son of Fuller per DNA analysis (1656–1728) & Lydia (____–____)

  4. Lydia Sprague (1692–1762) & George Way (1691–1760)

  5. Mary Way (1715–1806) & Jehial Murray (1708–1798)

  6. Reuben Murray (1743–1810) & Sarah Guthrie (1744–1792)

  7. Aurora Murray (1785–1867) & Isaac Jerome, Sr. (1786–1866)

  8. Leonard Walter Jerome (1817–1891) & Clarissa “Clara” Hall (1825–1895)

  9. Jeanette “Jennie” Jerome (1854–1921) & Randolph Henry Spencer-Churchill (1849–1895)

  10. Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill (1874–1965)

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CINDY CRAWFORD (1966–)
model and actress

"I'm aware that I don't look the same as I did when I was 25, but I bring experience and confidence in front of the camera that I didn't have then."

  1. Francis Cooke (c 1580–1663) & Hester le Mahieu ( ____–1666)

  2. Mary Cooke (c 1626–1714) & John Tomson (c 1617–1696)

  3. Esther Tomson (1652–1705) & William Reed (1639–1706)

  4. John Reed (1687–1739) & Mary Wheeler (1698–1740)

  5. Ezekiel Reed (1721–1763) & Hannah Beal (1725–1777)

  6. Samuel Reed (1756–1826) & Betsey Smith (1763–1834)

  7. Joseph Ebenezer Reed (1793–1866) & Wealthy Williams (1795–1856)

  8. Freeman Williams Reed (1822–1862) & Ruth Lucina Cole (1824–1906)

  9. Emma Jane Reed (1846–1920) & Robert Harrison Marsh (1840–1908)

  10. Mary Jane Marsh (1876–1946) & Thomas William Brown (1876–1926)

  11. Hazel Mae Brown (1897–1988) & Frank Randall Hemingway (1896–1987)

  12. Ramona Eileen Hemingway (1922–2021) & Kenneth Leroy Crawford (1921–1989)

  13. Daniel Kenneth Crawford (c 1944–) & Jennifer Sue Walker (c 1947–)

  14. Cynthia Ann Crawford (1966–)

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BING CROSBY (1903–1977)
singer and actor, known for "White Christmas"

[Asked to describe himself] "I’d say he sang a fair song and in tune most of the time."

  1. William Brewster (c 1566–1644) & Mary (c 1569–1627)

  2. Patience Brewster (c 1600–1634) & Thomas Prence (1600–1673)

  3. Mercy Prence (bef 1631–1711) & Major John Freeman (c 1626–1719)

  4. John Freeman Jr. (1651–1721) & Sarah Myrick/Merrick (1654–1696)

  5. Mercy Freeman (1687–1720) & Chillingworth Foster (I) (1680–1764)

  6. Chillingworth Foster (II) (1707–1779) & Mercy Winslow (1712–1757)

  7. Chillingworth Foster (III) (1737–1815) & Sarah Freeman (1740–1823)

  8. Ruby Foster (1783–1837) & Nathaniel Crosby (III) (1782–1867)

  9. Nathaniel Crosby (IV) (1810–1856) & Mary Lincoln (1808–1888)

  10. Nathaniel Crosby (V) (1835–1885) & Cordelia Jane Smith (1839–1903)

  11. Harry Lowe Crosby (1870–1950) & Catherine Helen Harrigan (1873–1964)

  12. Harry Lillis "Bing" Crosby (1903–1977)

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BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH (1976–)
actor

“Enjoy the journey of life and not just the endgame. I’m also a great believer in treating others as you would like to be treated.”

  1. William Mullins (c 1568–1621) & Alice (c 1575–1620)

  2. Priscilla Mullins (c 1602–after 1650) & John Alden (c 1598–1687)

  3. John Alden (c 1626–1701/02) & Elizabeth Phillips (before 1640–1695/1696)

  4. Zachariah Alden (1672/73–before Aug 1709) & Mary Viall (1676–after Oct 1737)

  5. Mary Alden (1704–1750/1765) & Samuel Kneeland (1696–1769)

  6. Mary Kneeland (1730/31–1765/67) & Thomas Walley (1725–1806)

  7. Mary Walley (1749–1793) & Capt. John Langdon (1745–1793)

  8. John Walley Langdon (1772–1855) & Rebecca Russell Cordis (1774–1821)

  9. Joseph Langdon (1799–1870) & Louisa Christine Gout (1814–1890)

  10. Ida Josephine Langdon (1837–1895) & Thomas Bowen Rees (1826–1899)

  11. Helene Gertrude Rees (1869–1928) & Henry Alfred Cumberbatch (1858–1918)

  12. Henry Carlton Cumberbatch (1900–1966) & Pauline Ellen Laing Congdon (1913–2007)

  13. Timothy Carlton Congdon Cumberbatch (1939–) & Wanda Ventham (1935–)

  14. Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch (1976–)

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MATT DAMON (1970–)
actor, producer, and screenwriter

"If you can’t help people, then what is the point of being successful?'

  1. Richard Warren ( ____–1628) & Elizabeth Walker (c 1580–1673)

  2. Anna Warren (c 1612–after Feb 1675/6) & Thomas Little ( ___–1711/12)

  3. Hannah Little (c 1637–1710) & Stephen Tilden (1629–1711)

  4. Isaac Tilden (1678–1771) & Rebecca Mann (1686–1767)

  5. Rebecca Tilden (1716/7–1767) & Isaac Owen (1710–1771)

  6. Abel Owen (1743–1827) & Anna ___  (c 1743–1797)

  7. Lucy Owen (c 1774–1851) & Jason Damon (1763–1835)

  8. Edmund H. Damon (1809–1891) & Sarah Hicks (1811–1886)

  9. Rev. Albert Nelson Damon (1838–1893) & Hattie E Salisbury (1839–1910)

  10. Albert Howe Damon Sr. (1878–1948) & Grace Henrietta Telfer ( 1879–1956)

  11. Albert Howe Damon Jr. (1912–1986) & Roberta M. Fay (1913–2003)

  12. Kent Telfer Damon (1942–) & Nancy June Carlsson-Paige (1944–)

  13. Matt Damon (1970–)

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TED DANSON (1947–)
actor, author, and producer

"Acting is pretending that you're not pretending when you're actually pretending."

  1. William Brewster (c 1566–1644) & Mary (c 1569–1627)

  2. Jonathan Brewster (1593–1659) & Lucretia Oldham (1600–1678)

  3. Elizabeth Brewster (1637–1708) & Peter Bradley (c 1630–1662)

  4. Lucretia Bradley (1661–1691) & Richard Christophers Sr. (1662–1726)

  5. Richard Christophers (1685–1736) & Elizabeth Saltonstall (1690–1738)

  6. Elizabeth Christophers (Shackmaple) (1714–aft 1755) & Thomas Allen (1728–1793)

  7. Thomas Allen (1755–c 1842) & Amelia Taber (1758–1838)

  8. Lewis Allen (1783–1844) & Mary Denison Smith (1789–1854)

  9. Thomas Humphrey Cushing Allen (1822–1900) & Jane Deverdier Woodruff (1832 –878)

  10. William Mercer Allen (1853–1927) & Virginia Reakirt Thompson (1856–1929)

  11. Anna Louise Allen (1880–1964) & Edward Bridge Danson Sr. (1862–1927)

  12. Edward Bridge "Ned" Danson Jr. (1916–2000) & Jessica MacMaster (1916–2006)

  13. Edward Bridge "Ted" Danson III (1947–)

 

  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607–1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Desire Howland (1625–1683) & Capt. John Gorham (1620–1675)

  4. Mercy Gorham (1658–1725) & George Denison (c 1653–1711)

  5. Edward Denison (c 1678–1683) & Mercy Hedge ( ____ –after 18 Oct 1715)

  6. John Denison (1701–1777) & Mary Noyes (c 1705–1742)

  7. Mary Denison (1742–1800) & Col. Oliver Smith (1739–1811)

  8. Denison Smith (1769–1860) & Waity Smith (1770–1853)

  9. Mary Denison Smith (1789–1854) & Lewis Allen (1783–1844)

  10. Thomas Humphrey Cushing Allen (1822–1900) & Jane Deverdier Woodruff (1832 –878)

  11. William Mercer Allen (1853–1927) & Virginia Reakirt Thompson (1856–1929)

  12. Anna Louise Allen (1880–1964) & Edward Bridge Danson Sr. (1862–1927)

  13. Edward Bridge "Ned" Danson Jr. (1916–2000) & Jessica MacMaster (1916–2006)

  14. Edward Bridge "Ted" Danson III (1947–)

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ELLEN DEGENERES (1958–)
comedienne and TV personality

“Never follow anyone else's path, unless you’re in the woods and you’re lost and you see a path. Then by all means follow that path.”

  1. William Mullins (c 1568–1621) & Alice (c 1575–1620)

  2. Priscilla Mullins (c 1602–after 1650) & John Alden (c 1598–1687)

  3. Elizabeth Alden (1624/25–1717) & William Pabodie (c 1620–1707)

  4. Lydia Pabodie (1667–1748) & Daniel Grinnell (1665–1740/41)

  5. Paybody Grinnell (1691–1767) & Ruth Nettleton (c 1700–1732)

  6. Lydia Grinnell (1723–1810) & Joseph Spencer (1720–1810)

  7. Joseph Spencer (1744–1793) & Elizabeth Clark (1748–)

  8. Elizabeth Spencer (1744–1793) & Nathan Pratt (1772–1842)

  9. Eliza Pratt (1797–1833) & Dr. Alvan Fosdick Whittemore (1797–1847)

  10. George E. Whittemore (1820–1860) & Cordelia Jenkins Dozier (1826–1870)

  11. Mary Elizabeth “Liza” Whittemore (1849–1928) & Joseph Constantin Dulany DeGeneres (1846–1908)

  12. Alfred George DeGeneres (1867–1947) & Julia E. Billiu (1864–1947)

  13. Elliot Everett DeGeneres Sr. (1898–1947) & Ruth Elodie Martin (1897–1940)

  14. Elliot Everett DeGeneres Jr. (1925–2018) & Elizabeth Jane Pfeffer (1930–)

  15. Ellen Lee DeGeneres (1958–)

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AMELIA EARHART (1897–c 1937)
aviator

"Never interupt someone doing something you said couldn't be done."
  1. Richard Warren ( ___–1628) & Elizabeth Walker (c 1580–1673)

  2. Anna Warren (c 1612–after Feb 1675/76) & Thomas Little ( ___–1711/12)

  3. Ephraim Little (1650–1717) & Mary Sturtevant (1651–1717/18)

  4. Mercy Little (1678–1755) & Job Otis (1677–1758)

  5. Dr. Ephraim Otis (1708–1794) & Rachel Hersey (1714–___ )

  6. Dr. Ephraim Otis (1734–1816) & Sarah Harris (___–1827)

  7. Dr. Ephraim Otis (1772–___ ) & Mary Cornell (1771–___ )

  8. Isaac Otis (1798–1858) & Caroline Abigail Curtiss (1808–1883)

  9. Alfred Gideon Otis (1827–1912) & Amelia Josephine Harres (1837–1912)

  10. Amelia “Amy Anne” Otis (1869–1962) & Edwin Stanton Earhart (1867–1930)

  11. Amelia Mary Earhart (1897–c 1937)

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GEORGE EASTMAN (1854–1932)
Eastman Kodak inventor

"What we do during our working hours determines what we have; what we do in our leisure hours determines who we are."

  1. William Bradford (1589/90–1657) & Alice [Carpenter] Southworth (1590–1670)

  2. Maj. William Bradford (1624–1703) & Alice Richards (1627–1671)

  3. Hannah Bradford (1662–1738) & Joshua Ripley (1658–1739)

  4. Alice Ripley (1683–1768) & Samuel Edgerton (1670–1748)

  5. Mary Edgerton (1713–1784) & Daniel Fuller (1699–1758)

  6. Alice Fuller (1751–1796) & Israel Ballard (1748–1810)

  7. Mary Ballard (1786–1831) & Thomas Kilbourn (1771–1837)

  8. Maria Kilbourn (1821–1907) & George Washington Eastman (1815–1862)

  9. George Eastman (1854–1932)

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CLINT EASTWOOD (1930–)
actor, director, and producer

"I like the libertarian view, which is to leave everyone alone. Even as a kid, I was annoyed by people who wanted to tell everyone how to live."

  1. William Bradford (1589/90–1657) & Alice [Carpenter] Southworth (1590–1670)

  2. Maj. William Bradford (1624–1703) & Alice Richards (1627–1671)

  3. Mercy Bradford (1660–1720) & Samuel Steele (1652–1710)

  4. Thomas Steele (1681–1757) & Susannah Webster (1686–1757)

  5. Susannah Steele (1715–1798) & Thomas Hosmer (1701–1777)

  6. Ruth Hosmer (1744–1818) & Ephraim Kellogg (1740–1819)

  7. Ephraim Kellog Jr. (1776–1844) & Jane Ashley (1783–1852)

  8. Edward Kellogg (1778–1851) & Jane Hall (1810–1848)

  9. Cordelia Kellogg (1829–1900) & Edward Franklin Bartholomew (1828–1891)

  10. Sophie Amelia Bartholomew (1859–1928) & Charles Claude Runner (1857–1936)

  11. Waldo Errol Runner (1882–1956) & Virginia May McClananhan (1885–1967)

  12. Margaret Ruth Runner (1909–2006) & Clinton Eastwood Sr. (1906–1970)

  13. Clinton [NMN] Eastwood Jr. (1930–)

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ZAC EFRON (1987–)
actor and singer

"I know I've been lucky. But it's what you do with that luck afterwards that really defines whether you stick around."

  1. William Mullins (c 1568–1621) & Alice (c 1575–1620)

  2. Priscilla Mullins (c 1602–after 1650) & John Alden (c 1598–1687)

  3. Elizabeth Alden (1625–1717) & Hon. William Pabodie (c 1620–1707)

  4. Elizabeth Pabodie (1647–before1707) & John Rogers Jr. (1640–1732)

  5. Elizabeth Rogers (1672/73–1724) & Silvester Richmond (1672–1754)

  6. Perez Richmond (1702–1770) & Deborah Loring (1710–1782)

  7. Edward Richmond (1736–1804) & Elizabeth Throop/Troope (1747–1833)

  8. Billings Richmond Sr. (c 1789–1880) & Susan Willey (1796–1872)

  9. Billings Richmond Jr. (1817–1871) & Katherine A. Warner (1835–1913)

  10. Luzella Richmond (1868/69–1943) & Elmer J Glidden (c 1863–1946)

  11. Joseph Henry Glidden (1897–1956) & Helene Noreen Durgan (1901–1989)

  12. June Helene Glidden (1926–1994) & Robert Harold Baskett (1925–2001)

  13. Starla June Baskett ( ___–) & David Leslie Efron (c 1960–)

  14. Zachary David Efron (1987–)

 

  1. Thomas Rogers (c 1571–1620/21) & Alice Cosford (1573–___ )

  2. John Rogers Sr. (1606–1691/92) & Anna Churchman ( ___–aft 1665)

  3. John Rogers Jr. (1640–1732) & Elizabeth Pabodie (1647– before 1707)

  4. Elizabeth Rogers (1672/73–1724) & Silvester Richmond (1672–1754)

  5. Perez Richmond (1702–1770) & Deborah Loring (1710–1782)

  6. Edward Richmond (1736–1804) & Elizabeth Throop/Troope (1747–1833)

  7. Billings Richmond Sr. (c 1789–1880) & Susan Willey (1796–1872)

  8. Billings Richmond Jr. (1817 - 1871) & Katherine A. Warner (1835 - 1913)

  9. Luzella Richmond (1868/69–1943) & Elmer J Glidden (c 1863–1946)

  10. Joseph Henry Glidden (1897–1956) & Helene Noreen Durgan (1901–1989)

  11. June Helene Glidden (1926–1994) & Robert Harold Baskett (1925–2001)

  12. Starla June Baskett ( ___ –) & David Leslie Efron (c 1960–)

  13. Zachary David Efron (1987–)

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BILLIE EILISH (2001–)
singer and songwriter

“People have so much going on in their heads. I’m like, if you could write a song, you’d feel so much better."

  1. William Mullins (c 1568–1621) & Alice (c 1575–1620)

  2. Priscilla Mullins (c 1602–after 1650) & John Alden (c 1598–1687)

  3. Elizabeth Alden (1624–1717) & Hon. William Pabodie (c 1620–1707)

  4. William Pabodie (1664-1744) & Judith Tilden (1670-1714)

  5. Mary Pabodie (1712-1755) & Nathaniel Fish (1713-1787)

  6. Nathaniel Fish Jr. (1744-1820) & Mary Bacon (1750-1829) 

  7. Calvin Bacon Fish (1779-1830) & Clarissa Sterling  (1780-1885)

  8. Clarissa Sterling Fish (1808-1901) & Ward Hubbard (1797–1890)

  9. Ellen Sterling Hubbard (1835-1873) & William Lyle Bones (1837-1908)

  10. Emma Sterling Bones (1865-1957) & Medad Elisha Stone (1864-1946)

  11. Mead Wilmer Stone (1893-1982) & Elise Charlotte “Lillie” Seemann (1894-1976)

  12. Jean Stone (1922-1975) & James Bernard O’Connell (1923-2014)

  13. Patrick O’Connell (1957) & Maggie May Baird (1959-)

  14. Billie Eilish Pirate Baird O'Connell (2001–)

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RALPH WALDO EMERSON (1803–1882)
poet, essayist, and lecturer

"Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail."

  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607–1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Hope Howland (1629–1684) & John Chipman (1621–1708)

  4. Lydia Chipman (1654–1730) & John Sargent (1639–1716)

  5. Lydia Sargent (1682–1708) & Joseph Waite Jr. (1675–1725)

  6. Hannah Waite (1709–1789) & Phineas Upham (1708–1738)

  7. Hannah Upham (1734–1818) & John Haskins (1728–1814)

  8. Ruth Hoskins (1768–1853) & [Rev.] William Emerson Jr. (1769–1811)

  9. Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

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PRES. JAMES A. GARFIELD (1831–1881)
20th U.S. President

"The chief duty of government is to keep the peace and stand out of the sunshine of the people."

  1. John Billington (1580–1630) & Eleanor (1580–1642)

  2. Francis Billington (1606–1684) & Christian Penn (1607–1684)

  3. Mercy Mary Billington (1651–1718) & John Martin (1652–1720)

  4. Desire Martin (1683–1727) & Jotham Carpenter (1682–1760)

  5. Jotham Carpenter II (1708–1777) & Mehitable Thompson (1701–1746)

  6. Sybil Carpenter (1738–____ ) & Henry Ingalls (1738–1811)

  7. Mehitable Ingalls (1764–1821) & James Ballou IV (1761–____ )

  8. Eliza Ballou (1801–1888) & Abraham (Abram) Garfield (1799–1833)

  9. James Abram Garfield (1831–1881)

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KAIA GERBER (2001–)
model and actress

"I can get ready in five minutes, but getting out of bed takes forever."

  1. Francis Cooke (c 1580–1663) & Hester le Mahieu ( ____–1666)

  2. Mary Cooke (c 1626–1714) & John Tomson (c 1617–1696)

  3. Esther Tomson (1652–1705) & William Reed (1639–1706)

  4. John Reed (1687–1739) & Mary Wheeler (1698–1740)

  5. Ezekiel Reed (1721–1763) & Hannah Beal (1725–1777)

  6. Samuel Reed (1756–1826) & Betsey Smith (1763–1834)

  7. Joseph Ebenezer Reed (1793–1866) & Wealthy Williams (1795–1856)

  8. Freeman Williams Reed (1822–1862) & Ruth Lucina Cole (1824–1906)

  9. Emma Jane Reed (1846–1920) & Robert Harrison Marsh (1840–1908)

  10. Mary Jane Marsh (1876–1946) & Thomas William Brown (1876–1926)

  11. Hazel Mae Brown (1897–1988) & Frank Randall Hemingway (1896–1987)

  12. Ramona Eileen Hemingway (1922–2021) & Kenneth Leroy Crawford (1921–1989)

  13. Daniel Kenneth Crawford (c 1944–) & Jennifer Sue Walker (c 1947–)

  14. Cynthia Ann Crawford (1966–) & Rande Gerber (1962–)

  15. Kaia Jordan Gerber (2001–)

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RICHARD GERE (1949–)
actor and humanitarian activist

"I have a tendency to wander off and do my own thing. I’m a bit of a dreamer."

  1. John Billington (1580–1630) & Eleanor (1580–1642)

  2. Francis Billington (1606–1684) & Christian Penn (1607–1684)

  3. Martha Billington (c 1638–after 1704) & Samuel Eaton (1620–before 1684)

  4. Mercy Eaton (c 1665–after 1704) & Samuel Fuller (III) (c 1658–1728)

  5. Seth Fuller (1692–1720) & Sarah Wright (1693–1726)

  6. Archippus Fuller (1721–1811) & Maria Rider (1724–1798)

  7. Consider Fuller (1754–1820) & Ruth Elms (1758–1845)

  8. Lucinda Fuller (1792–1880) & Jonathan Tewksbury (1783–1860)

  9. Sarah E. Tewksbury (1825–____ ) & Albert Rezin Geer (1822–1900)

  10. George Lane Gere (1848–1932) & Mary Alworth (1848–1933)

  11. Albert William Gere  (1889–1967) & Hazel Marjorie Snover (1882–1935)

  12. Homer George Gere (1922–) & Doris Anna Tiffany (1924–2016)

  13. Richard Tiffany Gere (1949–)

 

  1. Francis Cooke (c 1580–1663) & Hester le Mahieu ( ____–1666)

  2. Hester Cooke (before 1620–after 09 May 1669) & Richard Wright ( ____–1691)

  3. Adam Wright (between 1644/46–____ ) & Sarah Soule (1655–____ )

  4. Sarah Wright (1693–1726) & Seth Fuller (1692–1720)

  5. Archippus Fuller (1721–1811) & Maria Rider (1724–1798)

  6. Consider Fuller (1754–1820) & Ruth Elms (1758–1845)

  7. Lucinda Fuller (1792–1880) & Jonathan Tewksbury (1783–1860)

  8. Sarah E. Tewksbury (1825–____ ) & Albert Rezin Geer (1822–1900)

  9. George Lane Gere (1848–1932) & Mary Alworth (1848–1933)

  10. Albert William Gere  (1889–1967) & Hazel Marjorie Snover (1882–1935)

  11. Homer George Gere (1922–) & Doris Anna Tiffany (1924–2016)

  12. Richard Tiffany Gere (1949–)

 

  1. Francis Eaton (1596–1633) & Sarah (c 1600–1620/21)

  2. Samuel Eaton (1620–before 1684) & Martha Billington (c 1638–after 1704)

  3. Mercy Eaton (c 1665–after 1704) & Samuel Fuller (III) (c 1658–1728)

  4. Seth Fuller (1692–1720) & Sarah Wright (1693–1726)

  5. Archippus Fuller (1721–1811) & Maria Rider (1724–1798)

  6. Consider Fuller (1754–1820) & Ruth Elms (1758–1845)

  7. Lucinda Fuller (1792 - 1880) & Jonathan Tewksbury (1783 - 1860)

  8. Sarah E. Tewksbury (1825–____ ) & Albert Rezin Geer (1822–1900)

  9. George Lane Gere (1848–1932) & Mary Alworth (1848–1933)

  10. Albert William Gere  (1889–1967) & Hazel Marjorie Snover (1882–1935)

  11. Homer George Gere (1922–) & Doris Anna Tiffany (1924–2016)

  12. Richard Tiffany Gere (1949–)

 

  1. Samuel Fuller (prob 1580–1633) & Bridget Lee ( ____–after 02 May 1667)

  2. Samuel Fuller Jr. (1627–1695) & ( ____– ____ )

  3. Samuel Fuller (III) (c 1658–1728) & Mercy Eaton (c 1665–after 1704)

  4. Seth Fuller (1692–1720) & Sarah Wright (1693–1726)

  5. Archippus Fuller (1721 - 1811) & Maria Rider (1724 - 1798)

  6. Consider Fuller (1754–1820) & Ruth Elms (1758–1845)

  7. Lucinda Fuller (1792–1880) & Jonathan Tewksbury (1783–1860)

  8. Sarah E. Tewksbury (1825–____ ) & Albert Rezin Geer (1822–1900)

  9. George Lane Gere (1848–1932) & Mary Alworth (1848–1933)

  10. Albert William Gere  (1889–1967) & Hazel Marjorie Snover (1882–1935)

  11. Homer George Gere (1922–) & Doris Anna Tiffany (1924–2016)

  12. Richard Tiffany Gere (1949–)

 

  1. Stephen Hopkins (c 1579–1644) & Elizabeth Fisher ( ____–before 06 Jun 1644)

  2. Damaris Hopkins(c 1628–1669) & Jacob Cooke (c 1618–1675)

  3. Francis Cooke (1662–1746) & Elizabeth Lathem (1665–1730)

  4. Sarah Cooke (1698–1730) & Adam Wright ( ____–____ )

  5. Sarah Wright (1693–1726) & Seth Fuller (1692–1720)

  6. Archippus Fuller (1721–1811) & Maria Rider (1724–1798)

  7. Consider Fuller (1754–1820) & Ruth Elms (1758–1845)

  8. Lucinda Fuller (1792–1880) & Jonathan Tewksbury (1783–1860)

  9. Sarah E. Tewksbury (1825–____ ) & Albert Rezin Geer (1822–1900)

  10. George Lane Gere (1848–1932) & Mary Alworth (1848–1933)

  11. Albert William Gere  (1889–1967) & Hazel Marjorie Snover (1882–1935)

  12. Homer George Gere (1922–) & Doris Anna Tiffany (1924–2016)

  13. Richard Tiffany Gere (1949–)

 

  1. Degory Priest (1579–1620) & Sarah Allerton (c 1588–1633)

  2. Sarah Priest (c 1615–after 1648) & John Coombs ( ____–1646)

  3. Francis Coombs (c 1635–1682) & (2) Mary Barker (c 1647– after 15 May 1711)

  4. Ruth Coombs (1680/81–____ ) & Ebenezer Bennett (1668/69–____ )

  5. Sarah Bennett (1707–1789) & Ignatius Elms (1706–1763)

  6. Elkanah Elms (1729–1809) & Sarah Lazell(1732–____ )

  7. Consider Fuller (est 1753/63–____ ) & Ruth Elms (1758–1845)

  8. Lucinda Fuller (1792–1880) & Jonathan Tewksbury (1783–1860)

  9. Sarah E. Tewksbury (1825–___ ) & Albert Rezin Geer (1822–1900)

  10. George Lane Gere (1848–1932) & Mary Alworth (1848–1933)

  11. Albert William Gere  (1889–1967) & Hazel Marjorie Snover (1882–1935)

  12. Homer George Gere (1922–) & Doris Anna Tiffany (1924–2016)

  13. Richard Tiffany Gere (1949–)

 

  1. George Soule (1593–1679) & Mary Beckett (1590–1679)

  2. John Soule (c 1632–before 14 Nov 1707) & Rebecca Simmons (1638–1678)

  3. Sarah Soule (c 1660–after 16 Mar 1690/1) & Adam Wright (1645–1724)

  4. Sarah Wright (1693 –1726) & Seth Fuller (1692–1720)

  5. Archippus Fuller (1721–1811) & Maria Rider (1724–1798)

  6. Consider Fuller (1754–1820) & Ruth Elms (1758–1845)

  7. Lucinda Fuller (1792–1880) & Jonathan Tewksbury (1783–1860)

  8. Sarah E. Tewksbury (1825–____ ) & Albert Rezin Geer (1822–1900)

  9. George Lane Gere (1848–1932) & Mary Alworth (1848–1933)

  10. Albert William Gere  (1889–1967) & Hazel Marjorie Snover (1882–1935)

  11. Homer George Gere (1922–) & Doris Anna Tiffany (1924–2016)

  12. Richard Tiffany Gere (1949–)

 

  1. Richard Warren ( ____–1628) & Elizabeth Walker (c 1580–1673)

  2. Mary Warren (c 1610–1683) & Robert Bartlett ( ____–1676)

  3. Joseph Bartlett (c 1639–1711/12) & Hannah Pope (1639–1709/10)

  4. Hannah Bartlett (before 1675–before Mar 1754) & Joseph Silvester Jr. (1664–before Mar 1754)

  5. Mary Silvester (1697–after Jun 1757) & Samuel Rider (1698–after Jun 1757)

  6. Archippus Fuller (1721–1811) & Maria Rider (1724–1798)

  7. Consider Fuller (1754–1820) & Ruth Elms (1758–1845)

  8. Lucinda Fuller (1792–1880) & Jonathan Tewksbury (1783–1860)

  9. Sarah E. Tewksbury (1825–____ ) & Albert Rezin Geer (1822–1900)

  10. George Lane Gere (1848–1932) & Mary Alworth (1848–1933)

  11. Albert William Gere  (1889–1967) & Hazel Marjorie Snover (1882–1935)

  12. Homer George Gere (1922–) & Doris Anna Tiffany (1924–2016)

  13. Richard Tiffany Gere (1949–)

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Library of Congress/ LC-USZ62-13018

PRES. ULYSSES S. GRANT (1822–1885)
18th U.S. President

"The art of war is simple enough. Find out where your enemy is. Get at him as soon as you can. Strike him as hard as you can, and keep moving on."

  1. Richard Warren ( ____–1628) & Elizabeth Walker (c 1580–1673)

  2. Nathaniel Warren (c 1624–1667) & Sarah Walker (1622–1700)

  3. Mercy Warren (1657–after Nov 1727) & Jonathan Delano (1647–1720)

  4. Jonathan Delano (1680–1752) & Amy Hatch (1687–1762)

  5. Susanna Delano (1724–1804) & Noah Grant (1718–1756)

  6. Noah Grant (1748–1819) & Rachel Kelley (1746–1819)

  7. Jesse Root Grant (1794–1873) & Hannah Simpson (1798–1883)

  8. Ulysses Simpson Grant (1822–1885)

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© William Notman/ Library of Congress/ LC-USZ62-72116

GEORGE BIRD GRINNELL (1849–1938)
Audobon Society founder, anthropologist, naturalist, and writer

"We are a water-drinking people, and we are allowing every brook to be defiled."

  1. William Mullins (c 1568–1621) & Alice (c 1575–1620)

  2. Priscilla Mullins (c 1602–after 1650) & John Alden (c 1598–1687)

  3. Elizabeth Alden (1624/25–1717) & William Pabodie (c 1620–1707)

  4. Daniel Grinnell (1636–1703) & Lydia Pabodie (1667 –1748)

  5. George Grinnell (1702–1759) & Mary Bull (1709–1775)

  6. William Grinnell (1727 –1760) & Mary Wise (1730–1802)

  7. George Grinnell (1750–1844) & Lydia Stevens (1752–1832)

  8. George Grinnell (1796 - 1877) & Eliza Seymour Perkins (1790 - 1877)

  9. George Blake Grinnell (1823–1891) & Helen Alvord Lansing (1827–1904)

  10. George Bird Grinnell (1849–1938)

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© Nicholas Genin/ CC BY SA-2.0

ETHAN HAWKE (1970–)
actor, director, screenwriter, and novelist

“You don't need other people to affirm that you're a valuable person.” 

  1. Stephen Hopkins (c 1579–1644) & Mary ( ____–1613)

  2. Giles Hopkins (1607/8–before 16 Apr 1690) & Catherine Whelden ( ____ - after 1689)

  3. Abigail Hopkins (1644–1691 ) & William Merrick (1643–1732)

  4. Rebecca Merrick (1668–before 5 May 1723) & Jonathan Sparrow (1665–1739/40)

  5. Hannah Sparrow (est 1692–____ ) & John Hurd (1688/9–1776)

  6. Sarah Hurd (1711–between 1743-1805) & Seth Covell (c 1702–____ )

  7. Jerusha Covell (c 1735–after 1801) & John Salmon (1729/30–c 1801)

  8. Mary Ann Salmon (1757–1839) & Elijah Sabin (1755–1845)

  9. Mary Ann "Polly" Sabin (1793–1877) & James Dakin (1790–1857)

  10. Edwin Francis Dakin (1819–1892) & Hannah Jane Bellar (1825–1886)

  11. Ida Jane Dakin (1858–1923) & George Washington Hawke (1854–1932)

  12. Ronald M. Hawke (1888–1967) & Edith S. Mosher (1886–1971)

  13. Frank Taylor Hawke (1917–2008) & Betty Virginia Hartsock (1917–2011)

  14. James Steven Hawke (1950–) & Leslie Carole Green (1952–)

  15. Ethan Greene Hawke (1970–)

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© Great Gabbot/ CC BY SA-2.0

MAYA HAWKE (1998–)
actress and model

"It's very ordinary to pursue a career that your parents do, but when it's in the public eye, it becomes a complicated thing.”

  1. Stephen Hopkins (c 1579–1644) & Mary ( ____–1613)

  2. Giles Hopkins (1607/8–before 16 Apr 1690) & Catherine Whelden ( ____ - after 1689)

  3. Abigail Hopkins (1644–1691 ) & William Merrick (1643–1732)

  4. Rebecca Merrick (1668–before 5 May 1723) & Jonathan Sparrow (1665–1739/40)

  5. Hannah Sparrow (est 1692–____ ) & John Hurd (1688/9–1776)

  6. Sarah Hurd (1711–between 1743-1805) & Seth Covell (c 1702–____ )

  7. Jerusha Covell (c 1735–after 1801) & John Salmon (1729/30–c 1801)

  8. Mary Ann Salmon (1757–1839) & Elijah Sabin (1755–1845)

  9. Mary Ann "Polly" Sabin (1793–1877) & James Dakin (1790–1857)

  10. Edwin Francis Dakin (1819–1892) & Hannah Jane Bellar (1825–1886)

  11. Ida Jane Dakin (1858–1923) & George Washington Hawke (1854–1932)

  12. Ronald M. Hawke (1888–1967) & Edith S. Mosher (1886–1971)

  13. Frank Taylor Hawke (1917–2008) & Betty Virginia Hartsock (1917–2011)

  14. James Steven Hawke (1950–) & Leslie Carole Green (1952–)

  15. Ethan Greene Hawke (1970–) & Uma Karuna Thurman (1970–)

  16. Maya Ray Thurman Hawke (1998–)

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© Glenn Francis/ www.PacificProDigital.com/ CC BY-SA 3.0

HUGH HEFNER (1926–2017)
Playboy Enterprises founder

"Life is too short to be living somebody else's dream."

  1. ​​William Bradford (1589/90 –1657) & Alice [Carpenter] Southworth (1590–1670)

  2. Maj. William Bradford (1624–1703/04) & Alice Richards (1627–1671)

  3. Thomas Bradford (c 1658–1731) & Anne Raymond (1664–1705)

  4. James Bradford (1689–1762) & Susanna Adams (1692/93–1752)

  5. Mary Bradford (1729–1806) & Joseph Woodward (1725/26–1805)

  6. Asa Woodward (1760–1837) & Ruth Joy (1770–1853)

  7. Masury Woodward (1802–1891) & Mary Wright (1805–1884)

  8. Lurena Virginia Woodward (1837–1928) & John Householder (1837–1880)

  9. Nina Lois Householder (1875–1937) & James Hefner (1870–1963)

  10. Glenn Lucius Hefner (1896–1976) & Grace Caroline Swanson (1895–1997)

  11. Hugh Marston Hefner (1926–2017)

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Public Domain

ERNEST HEMINGWAY (1899–1961)
novelist, short story-writer, and journalist

"There is no rule on how to write. Sometimes it comes easily and perfectly; sometimes it's like drilling rock and then blasting it out with charges."

  1. Richard Warren ( ___–1628) & Elizabeth Walker (c 1580–1673)

  2. Anna Warren (c 1612–after 19 Feb 1675/6) & Thomas Little (by 1608–1671/2)

  3. Abigail Little (c 1634–1657) & Josiah Keene (1629–1710)

  4. Josiah Keene (1658–1732) & Lydia Baker (1659–1732)

  5. Lydia Keen (1689–1734) & George Partridge (1690–1768)

  6. Sarah Partridge (1716–1799) & Asa Hunt (1710–1752)

  7. Capt. Ziba Hunt (1746–1820) & Joanna Clark Blount (1748–1825)

  8. Tryphena Hunt (1766–1856) & John Plumb (1765–1850)

  9. Sarah Plumb (1790–1857) & Samuel Edmonds (1781–1840)

  10. John Wesley Edmonds (1813–1898) & Magaret Miller (1818–1892)

  11. Adelaide Edmonds (1841–1923) & Anson Tyler Hemingway (1844–1926)

  12. Clarence Edmonds Hemingway (1871–1928) & Grace Ernestine Hall (1872–1951)

  13. Ernest Hemingway (1899–1961)

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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/ Public Domain-US-not renewed

KATHARINE HEPBURN (1907–2003)
movie actress

"Life is hard. After all, it kills you."

  1. William Brewster (c 1566–1644) & Mary (c 1569–1627)

  2. Jonathan Brewster (1593–1659) & Lucretia Oldham (1600–1678)

  3. Capt. Benjamin Brewster (1633–1710) & Ann Addis ( ____–1660)

  4. Capt. Daniel Brewster (1666/67–1735) & Hannah Gager (1666–1727)

  5. Hannah Brewster (1690–1750) & Joseph Freeman (1684–1733)

  6. Hannah Freeman (1713–1759) & Capt. William Witter (1707–1798)

  7. Mary Witter (1740–1781) & Oliver Spaulding (1739–1795)

  8. Erastus Lyman Spalding (1775–1830) & Jennet Mack (1779–1836)

  9. Martha Ann Spalding (1818–1882) & Leman Benton Garlinghouse (c 1814–1872)

  10. Caroline "Carrie" Garlinghouse (1856–1894) & Alfred Augustus Houghton (1851–1892)

  11. Katharine Martha Houghton (1878–1951) & Thomas Norval Hepburn (1879–1962)

  12. Katherine Houghton Hepburn (1907–2003)

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© Josh Hallett / Flickr/ CC BY 2.0

VANESSA HUDGENS (1988–)
TV, movie, and stage actress

"I love finding things that scare me and doing them. That's how you grow." 

  1. John Billington (1580–1630) & Elinor (1580–1642)

  2. Francis Billington (1606–1684) & Christian Penn (1607–1684)

  3. Mary Billington (c 1640–1717) & Samuel Sabin (c 1640–1699)

  4. Sarah Sabin (1667–1710) & John Kingsley (1665–1734)

  5. Tabitha Kingsley (1688–after 1733) & John Broughton (1681–1735)

  6. Mary Broughton (1710–1803) & Stephen Walcott (1712–1803)

  7. Eunice Walcott (1742–1834) & Thomas Neff (1744–1817)

  8. Asenath Neff (1774–1860) & Storrs Hall (1770–1813)

  9. Asenath Hall (1796–after 1870) & Rufus Sessions (1793–after 1870)

  10. Ira Hall Sessions (1826–1905) & Polly Bell (1834–1906)

  11. Lucy Eva Sessions (1861–1917) & William Raleigh Patton Pemberton (1859–1949)

  12. Freda Colene Pemberton (1903–1937) & Dawsey Karnes (1903–1976)

  13. Bonnie Lee Karnes & John Robert Hudgens (1926–1977)

  14. Gregory Thomas Hudgens (1950–2016) & Gina Alda Guangco (1960–)

  15. Vanessa Anne Hudgens (1988–)

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ASHLEY JUDD (1968–)
movie actress

"I have an unshakable conviction that we are all One Being, created by a loving God." 

  1. William Brewster (c 1566–1644) & Mary (c 1569–1627)

  2. Jonathan Brewster (1593–1659) & Lucretia Oldham (1600–1678)

  3. Benjamin Brewster (1633–1710) & Ann Addis Darte ( ____–1660)

  4. William Brewster (1669–1728) & Patience ( ____–____ )

  5. Ebenezer Brewster (1702–1774) & Elizabeth DeWolf ( ____–____ )

  6. Comfort Brewster (c 1741–1799) & Jane ( ____–____ )

  7. Ebenezer Brewster (1773–1848) & Elizabeth Peery (1775–1840)

  8. Rebecca Brewster (1811–1856) & Martin Dalton (1821–1864)

  9. Thomas Jefferson Dalton (1848–1920) & Mary Malinda Crum (1851–1937)

  10. William Henry Dalton (1873–____ ) & Effie Copley (1896–____ )

  11. Mary Bernadine Dalton (1916–1987) & Michael L. Ciminella (1914–1997)

  12. Michael Charles Ciminella (1944–) & Diana Ellen (Naomi) Judd (1946–)

  13. Ashley Tyler Ciminella (Judd) (1968–)

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© Lara Goncalves/ CC BY 2.0

AVRIL LAVIGNE (1984–)
singer and songwriter

“You can’t see the world through a mirror.”

  1. Stephen Hopkins (c 1579–1644) & & Mary ( ____–1613)

  2. Giles Hopkins (1607/8–before 16 Apr 1690) & Catherine Whelden ( ____ - 1688/9)

  3. Deborah Hopkins (1648–between 1686/7-1727) & Josiah/Josias Cooke (c 1643–1731/2)

  4. Josiah Cooke III (1670–after 2 May 1727) & Mary ()

  5. Thomas Cooke (1697–1774) & Dinah Doane (1700–after 25 Mar 1774)

  6. Asenath Cooke (1726–1778) & Moses Lucas (1719–1796)

  7. Rhoda Lucas (1750–1814) & John Tryon (1749–1815)

  8. Lucas Tryon (1794–1890) & Rachael Mallory (1795–1880)

  9. Katharine Tryon (1825–1920) & Mitchell Loshaw (c 1820–c 1910)

  10. Lucas Loshaw (1843–1924) & Olive Steel (1842–1927)

  11. George Washington Loshaw (1864–1946) & Lydia Jane Brewster (1866–1928)

  12. Samuel Loshaw (1888–1944) & Martha Donaldson (1894–1978)

  13. John William Loshaw (c 1919–2003) & Ramona Luella Bartman (1930–2017)

  14. Judith Rosanne “Judy” Loshaw (1955–) & Jean Claude Joseph Lavigne (1954–)

  15. Avril Ramona Lavigne (1984–)

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© Alex Archambault/ Flickr/ CC BY 2.0

CHRISTOPHER LLOYD (1938–)
actor

“Time travel is a fantasy we all have." 

  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607 –1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Desire Howland (c 1625–1683) & Capt. John Gorham (1620–1675/76)

  4. Jabez Gorham (1656–1725/26) & Hannah [Sturgis] Gray (c 1654–1736)

  5. Isaac Gorham I (1688/89–1739/40) & Mary ( ____–1716)

  6. Isaac Gorham II (1713–1760) & Jemima Potter (c 1717–1806)

  7. Isaac Gorham III (1747/48–1795) & Sarah Thomas (c 1750–1835)

  8. Sarah Gorham (1780–1869) & Nicholas Peck (1762–1847)

  9. Rev. Francis Peck (1811–1888) & Frances Augustine [Felix] (1828–____ )

  10. Adele Ferrier Peck (1862–____ ) & Dr. Samuel Lloyd (1860–1926)

  11. Samuel R. Lloyd (1897–1959) & Ruth Lapham (1896 –1984)

  12. Christopher Allen Lloyd (1938–)

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painting by Wm Marshall/ Library of Congress/ LC-DIG-det-4a26272

HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW (1807–1882)
poet and educator

"Into each life some rain must fall."

  1. William Brewster (c 1566–1644) & Mary (c 1569–1627)

  2. Love Brewster (c 1611–1650/51) & Sarah Collier (c 1616–1691)

  3. Sarah Brewster (c 1635–1678) & Benjamin Bartlett 1632/33–1691)

  4. Ruth Pabodie (1658–1724/25) & Benjamin Bartlet Jr. (1658–before 10 Apr 1724)

  5. Priscilla Bartlet (1696/97–1758) & John Samson (1688–1770)

  6. Lusanna Samson (1720–1788) & Peleg Wadsworth (1715–1799)

  7. Brig. Gen. Peleg Wadsworth Jr. (1748–1829) & Elizabeth Bartlett (1753–1825)

  8. Stephen Longfellow (1776–1849) & Zilpah Wadsworth (1778–1851)

  9. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807–1882)

  1. William Mullins (c 1568–1621) & Alice (c 1575–1620)

  2. Priscilla Mullins (c 1602–after 1650) & John Alden (c 1598–1687)

  3. Elizabeth Alden (1624/25–1717) & William Pabodie (c 1620–1707)

  4. Priscilla Pabodie (1653/54–1724) & Ichabod Wiswall (c 1637–1700)

  5. Mercy Wiswall (1680–1716) & John Wadsworth (1671/72–1750)

  6. Peleg Wadsworth (1715–1799) & Lusanna Samson (1720–1788)

  7. Brig. Gen. Peleg Wadsworth Jr. (1748–1829) & Elizabeth Bartlett (1753–1825)

  8. Stephen Longfellow (1776–1849) & Zilpah Wadsworth (1778–1851)

  9. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807–1882)

  1. Henry Samson (1603/04–1684) & Ann Plumer ( ____ –after 24 Dec 1668)

  2. Stephen Samson (c 1650–1713/14) & Elizabeth [Unknown] ( ____–____ )

  3. John Samson (1688–1770) & Priscilla Bartlet (1696/97–1758)

  4. Lusanna Samson (1720–1788) & Peleg Wadsworth (1715–1799)

  5. Brig. Gen. Peleg Wadsworth Jr. (1748–1829) & Elizabeth Bartlett (1753–1825)

  6. Stephen Longfellow (1776–1849) & Zilpah Wadsworth (1778–1851)

  7. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807–1882)

 

  1. John Tilley (1571–1621) & Joan Hurst (1567/68–1621)

  2. Elizabeth Tilley (1607–1687) & John Howland (c 1592–1672/73)

  3. Desire Howland (1625–1683) & Capt. John Gorham (1620–1675)

  4. James Gorham (1650–1707) & Hannah Huckins (1653–1727/28)

  5. Experience Gorham (1678–1733) & Thomas Lathrop (1673/74–1857)

  6. Elizabeth Lathrop 1718–1764) & Samuel Bartlett (1696–1759)

  7. Elizabeth Bartlett (1753–1825) & Brig. Gen. Peleg Wadsworth Jr. (1748–1829)

  8. Stephen Longfellow (1776–1849) & Zilpah Wadsworth (1778–1851)

  9. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807–1882)

 

  1. Richard Warren ( ____–1628) & Elizabeth Walker (c 1580–1673)

  2. Mary Warren (c 1610–between 1677–1683) & Robert Bartlet (1603–1676)

  3. Benjamin Bartlet (c 1632–1691) & Sarah Brewster (c 1635–1678)

  4. Ruth Pabodie (1658–1724/25) & Benjamin Bartlet Jr. (1658–before 10 Apr 1724)

  5. Priscilla Bartlet (1696/97–1758) & John Samson (1688–1770)

  6. Lusanna Samson (1720–1788) & Peleg Wadsworth (1715–1799)

  7. Brig. Gen. Peleg Wadsworth Jr. (1748–1829) & Elizabeth Bartlett (1753–1825)

  8. Stephen Longfellow (1776–1849) & Zilpah Wadsworth (1778–1851)

  9. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807–1882)

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SETH MACFARLANE (1973–)
actor, animator, writer, & producer

"I was about two years old when I first started drawing recognizable characters." 

  1. William Brewster (c 1566–1644) & Mary (c 1569–1627)

  2. Jonathan Brewster (1593–1659) & Lucretia Oldham (1600–1678)

  3. Mary Brewster (1629–1698) & John Turner (1620–1697)

  4. Joseph Turner (1648–1724) & Bathsheba Hobart Leavitt (1640–1724)

  5. Margaret Turner (1677–1732) & Joseph Stockbridge (1672–1873)

  6. Margaret Stockbridge (1708–1788) & Samuel Barstow (1709–1801)

  7. Daniel Barstow (1744–1842) & Elizabeth (Betsey) Tilden (1748–1826)

  8. Betty Barstow (1772–1860) & Walter Rogers (1767–1860)

  9. Walter Rogers (1807–1896) & Emily Mariah Hayden (1811–1854)

  10. Homer Rogers (1840–1907) & Ellen Eudora Perry (1847–1922)

  11. Louis Rogers (1880–1932) & Edith Emma Allen (1879–1932)

  12. Berta Rogers (1908–1965) & Arthur Woodbury Sager (1904–2000)

  13. Ann Perry Sager (1947–2010) & Ronald Milton MacFarlane (1946–)

  14. Seth Woodbury MacFarlane (1973–)

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painting by Wm Marshall/ Library of Congress/ LC-DIG-det-4a26272

GEN. GEORGE B. MCCLELLAN (1826–1885)
U.S. military commander, civil engineer, railroad executive, and politician

"There is only one safe rule in war i.e. to decide what is the very worst thing that can happen to you and prepare to meet it." 

  1. William Bradford (1589/90–1657) & Alice [Carpenter] Southworth (1590–1670)

  2. Maj. William Bradford (1624–1703/04) & Alice Richards (1627–1671)

  3. Hannah Bradford (1662–1738) & Joshua Ripley (1658–1739)

  4. Joshua Ripley (1688–1773) & Mary Backus (1694–1770)

  5. Mary Ripley (1714–1769) & Joshua Abbe (1710–1807)

  6. Rachel Abbe (1739–1795) & Gen. Samuel McClellan (1729/30–1807)

  7. James McClellan (1769–1837) & Eunice Eldredge (1772–1804)

  8. Dr. George McClellan (1796–1847) & Elizabeth Sophia Brinton (1800–1876)

  9. George Brinton McClellan (1826–1885)

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MARILYN MONROE (1926–1962)
actress and model

"No one ever told me I was pretty when I was a little girl. All little girls should be told they're pretty, even if they aren't."

  1. Francis Cooke (c 1580–1663) & Hester le Mahieu ( ____–1666)

  2. Jane Cooke (c 1608–before 1640) & Experience Mitchell (c 1607–c 1689)

  3. Thomas Mitchell (1628–1709) & Mary Moulton (1635–1711)

  4. Thomas Mitchell (1660–1738) & Margaret Rathbone (1663–1740)

  5. Thomas Mitchell (1682–1741) & Margaret Peck (1685–____ )

  6. Elizabeth Mitchell (1731–1768) & John Franklin (1727–1806)

  7. Robert Maynard Franklin (1756 - 1850) & Olivia Tillinghast (1782 - 1818)

  8. Frances Ann Franklin (1812–1904) & John William Easton (1809–1872)

  9. Elizabeth Cutting Easton (1837–1921) & William Congdon Tennant (1815–1889)