>From: "Robert J. Bradbury" <email@example.com>
>>Brian D Williams wrote:
>> Lets see, On my fathers side we got here in 1642, at 20 years to
>> a generation, and I was born in 57 near the end of our 16th
>> generation here. ;)
>Hmmmm... The data would seem to suggest that the Bradbury clan
>is a bit less fecund and longer lived than the Williams clan.
>I've double checked with my father (the family historian)
>and I'm only 12th generation compared to Brian's 16th while
>being only a year older than Brian.
My dad is also the family historian, unfortunately do to a feud the
database is offline.
My dad being 24 when I (2nd born) was born was considered a late
bloomer. ;) Lifespan on that side does seem shorter, but I'm hoping
my moms side picks up the slack, my Nana cleared 100 with room to
>However, Thomas Bradbury is known to have been in Maine
>by 1636 and may have arrived as early as 1634 so we've
>got you by a nose there... :-).
Yep, clearly. Our people are originally from Georgia (king deeded
estates) in fact after my mom's passing my Dad moved back down
there. There have only been a couple of us born north of the Mason
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