"MargM" <> on 12/16/2012

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sue Kelly" <>
To: "MargM" <>
Sent: Sunday, December 16, 2012 10:05 AM
Subject: Re: [TSL] (no subject)

>I am truly sorry to you all. Thomas Goodfellow was in Hartford,
> Connecticut before 1639. They say he was either of Dutch 
> Descent or he
> was English. I think he was English and may have come to 
> America with
> the nonconformist group following Thomas Hooker, even though 
> the group
> was actually a year earlier than Mr. Hooker's. I am in search 
> of his
> family in England-which would be mine as well. There isn't much 
> to go
> on except that he had a lot but sold or forfeited it and bought 
> a
> place in Wethersfield, Connecticut. They say he was born about 
> 1620,
> but from what i read there were 2 Thomas Goodfellows.
Hi Sue

A Thomas GOODFELLOW comes up in Ancestrys indexes 3 times He 
appears to be the son of .

Is a ref in Early families of Hartford ,in Probate and is one in 
Public trees

GOODFELLOW surname doesn't have much of a Dutch ring to it !  My 
husband has early American ancestry. His earliest American 
settler ancestor  was John JENNEY who came from Norfolk UK via 
Holland where he married, to America . I am told this JENNEY 
family arrived in 1623 on the ship Little James. John d in 
Dartmouth MA c 1643

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