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GARBRAND HOOKER, Susan Harkes
GATINAIS, Geoffroy II, Count of
GAWKROGER PLATTS PRESCOTT, Mary
GEOFFROY I, “Grisegonelle” Count of Anjou
GEOFFROY II, Count of Gâtinais
GEOFFROY IV “The Fair” “PLANTAGENET” of Anjou
GEORGE MUNROE, Martha
GERRY, Elbridge
GILLETTE STILLMAN, Rebecca
GOATES, Gwen SEELY
GOODALL YOUNG, Persis
GORDON, Azubah HENRY MUNROE
GORDON, Daniel
GREEN, Drusia M SAWYER
GREEN, George A
GREY BONVILLE, Margaret
GREY, Margaret ROS
GREY, Reginald [Reynold]
HALE SMITH, Emma
HANCOCK, (Reverend) John
HANCOCK, John
HANCOCK, Martha
HANCOCK, Mary
HANCOCK, Nathaniel Jr
HANCOCK, Prudence RUSSELL
HANKS, Ephraim Knowlton
HANKS, Harriet Amelia DECKER LITTLE
HARKES GARBRAND HOOKER, Susan
HARRINGTON MUNROE, Sarah
HARTWELL, Abigail WHEELER
HARTWELL, Simon II
HARTWELL ASHBY, Nancy
HENRY MUNROE, Sarah
HENRY MUNROE GORDON, Azubah
HERR, Hans
HERRICK BRIDGE, Anna
HILDEGARDE, Countess of Vinzgau
HILDEGARDE of Sundgau
HOHENSTAUFEN, Heinrich VI
HOLMES McCLEAN, Sarah
HOLMES, Wade and Kristie
HOOKER HOWARD, Alice
HOOKER SHEPARD, Joanna
HOOKER, Mary STANLEY
HOOKER, Mary WILLETT
HOOKER, Nathaniel
HOOKER, (Reverend) Samuel
HOOKER, Susan HARKES GARBRAND
HOOKER, (Reverend) Thomas
HOOKER HOWARD, Alice
HOPKINS, Damaris
HOPKINS, Giles
HOPKINS, Oceanus
HOPKINS, (Pilgrim) Stephen
HOPKINS SNOW, Constance
HOWARD, Alice HOOKER
HOWARD, Samuel
HOWARD SEYMOUR, Abigail
HOWLAND, Elizabeth TILLEY
HUBBARD RUSSELL, Mary
HUGHES NEFF, Eliza Ann
HUNTER, Howard
HURD, Daniel
HURD, Frelove KIBBE SMITH
HURD, Rebecca SMITH
HURD STILLMAN, Amanda
GARBRAND HOOKER, Susan Harkes (8GGM, 1593-1676) Wife of Thomas Hooker   |  Cambridge pioneer; our descent from
GATINAIS, Geoffroy II, Count of (30GGF, (died 1043 or 1046) Ancestor of our Plantagenets   | Husband of Ermengarde d’Anjou (30GGM, c.1018-1076)   |  Father of 29GGF Fulk IV “The Grouchy”   | 
GAWKROGER PLATTS PRESCOTT, Mary (10GGM, 1596-1688) Wife of John Prescott   |  Founder of Watertown   |  Founder of Lancaster   | 
GEOFFROY I, “Grisegonelle” Count of Anjou (32GGF, c.938-987) Ancestor of our Plantagenets   |  Son of 33GGF Foulques II, Count of Anjou and his first wife 33GGM Gerberga   |  Husband of 32GGM Adèle de Meaux   |  Father of 31GGF Foulques III “Nerra”   | 
GEOFFROY II, Count of Gâtinais (30GGF, (died 1043 or 1046) Ancestor of our Plantagenets   | Husband of Ermengarde d’Anjou (30GGM, c.1018-1076)   |  Father of 29GGF Fulk IV “The Grouchy”   | 
GEOFFROY IV “The Fair” “PLANTAGENET” of Anjou (27GGF, 1113-1151 ) Ancestor of our Plantagenets   |  Count of Anjou, Maine and Touraine   |  The original “Plantagenet”. Reluctant consort of 27GGM Matilda Empress   |  Father of 26GGF Henry II Fitz-Empress, founder of the royal Plantagenet dynasty in England   | 
GEORGE MUNROE, Martha (1624-1672) First wife of William the Immigrant   |  Heroism, etc., in Pioneer Middlesex   |  Rescued Mary Ball; died 1672, leaving four small children
GERRY, Elbridge Signer of Declaration of Independence   |  Governor of Massachusetts   |  Resident of "Elmwood"   |  U. S. Vice President   |  Invented "gerrymandering"   |  Kin by marriage   | 
GILLETTE STILLMAN, Rebecca (W1C4R, 1784-1855) Son of Roger and Mehitable Hurd Stillman; married Rebecca Gillett   |  Buried in Beech Hill Cemetery   | 
GOATES, Gwen SEELY (1C)
GOODALL YOUNG, Persis Dow’s first wife, mother of his first ten children   |  Photo   | 
GORDON, Azubah HENRY MUNROE (~1760-1847) Chart   |  Grave   |  Wife of 1C7R Dr. Joseph   |  Ransom
GORDON, Daniel Husband of Azubah
GREEN, Drusia M SAWYER (1868-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: daughter of 1C4 John Sawyer and Florilla S Coe; wife of George A Green   | 
GREEN, George A (1860-) Two Generations from Caleb and Caroline Sawyer: husband of Drusia M Sawyer   | 
GREY BONVILLE, Margaret (17GGM, 1362-1440)In our Plantagenet line: Margaret Grey (died after May 1426) was a Cambro-Norman noblewoman, the daughter of Reginald Grey, 3rd Baron Grey de Ruthyn, a powerful Welsh Marcher lord, who was the implacable enemy of Owen Glendower. Margaret was the first wife of Sir William Bonville, later the 1st Baron Bonville who was decapitated by Queen consort Margaret of Anjou following the Yorkist defeat at the Second Battle of St Albans. Margaret was the great-grandmother of Cecily Bonville who succeeded to the estates and baronies of Bonville and Harington, thus becoming the wealthiest heiress in England.
GREY, Margaret ROS (18GGM, 1366-bef1414) In our Plantagenet line as a daughter of 19GGF Thomas (Ros) de Ros and 19GGM Beatrice de Stafford: Born about 1366 in Helmsley Castle, North Riding Yorkshire, England; ; Wife of 18GGF Reynold (Reginald) Grey — married after 25 Nov 1378 in Helmsley, Yorkshire, England;
GREY, Reginald [Reynold] (18GGF, 1362-1440)In our Plantagenet line by his first marriage, to Margaret de Roos.: Reginald Grey, 3rd Baron Grey de Ruthyn, a powerful Welsh Marcher lord, was an implacable enemy of Owen Glendower. Grey married firstly, after 25 November 1378, Margaret de Roos (or Ros), daughter of Thomas de Ros, 4th Baron de Ros of Helmsley by Beatrice de Stafford, daughter of Ralph de Stafford, 1st Earl of Stafford, by whom he had two sons and several daughters, including Margaret Grey (b. c. 1397 - d. after April 1426 and before October 1427), who married William Bonville, 1st Baron Bonville. These were the great-grandparents of wealthy heiress Cecily Bonville, 7th Baroness Harington who married Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset, a descendant of Reginald Grey by his second marriage.[4]
HALE SMITH, Emma Portrait  |  Mansion House  |  Nauvoo House  |  Smith Homestead  |  Spring House  |  Grave
HANCOCK, (Reverend) John , first minister in Lexington   |  Built Hancock/Clarke parsonage   |  Grave of John Hancock and Jonas Clarke   | 
HANCOCK, John Primary target of redcoats; left his trunk upstairs in the Buckman Tavern, whence John Lowell and Paul Revere rescued it   | 
HANCOCK, Martha (2C9R, 1697-1712) Buried in Harvard Square
HANCOCK, Mary (2C9R, 1690-1712) Wife to John Parker, buried in Harvard Square
HANCOCK, Nathaniel Jr. (abt 1668-1755) Husband to 1C10R Prudence Russell   |  Great-uncle to John Hancock   |  Buried in Harvard Square   |  Location of grave   |  Gravestone   | 
HANCOCK, Prudence RUSSELL (1C10R, 1670-1742) Daughter of Joseph   |  Wife of Nathaniel Hancock, Jr.   |  Great-aunt to John Hancock   |  Buried in Harvard Square   |  Location of grave   |  Gravestone   | 
HANKS, Ephraim Knowlton (GGGU) Interesting uncle   |  Major frontier hero   |  Rescuer of handcart immigrants   |  Decker family   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah     |   Mail carrier   |  Photo & obit   |  Married widow Harriet   |  Decker Family history   |  Nauvoo resident
HANKS, Harriet Amelia DECKER LITTLE (GGGA 1826-1917) Crossed plains with young George after Edwin’s death   |  Among descendants of Oliver and Hannah   |  Photo & bio   |  Obit   |  Born in Phelps, New York   |  Nauvoo resident   |  Decker Family history Decker family   | 
HARKES GARBRAND HOOKER, Susan (8GGM, 1593-1676) Wife of Thomas Hooker   |  Cambridge pioneer; our descent from
HARRINGTON MUNROE, Sarah (H8GA, ~1675-1752) Wife of Sergeant George   |  Location of grave   | 
HARTWELL, Abigail WHEELER (5GA, 1788-1877) Chart   |  Daughter to Oliver II, wife to interesting Uncle Simon   | 
HARTWELL, Simon II (5GU, 1783-1869) Interesting uncle, married to Abigail   |  Chart
HARTWELL ASHBY, Nancy (5GA) Wife of George Ashby   |  Shared house with Wheelers   |  Moved to New Hampshire; died there.
HENRY MUNROE, Sarah (1758-1828) Wife of Jonas   |  Mother of church incorporators   | 
HENRY MUNROE GORDON, Azubah (~1760-1847) Chart   |  Grave   |  Wife of 1C7R Dr. Joseph   |  Ransom
HERR, Hans (6GGF 1639-1725) Immigrant
HERRICK BRIDGE, Anna (1710-1730) First wife of John Bridge   |  Location of grave   | 
HILDEGARDE, Countess of Vinzgau (38GGM, 758-783 ) Ancestor of our Plantagenets. Consort of 38GGF Charlemagne. Mother of 37GGF Louis the Pious.
HILDEGARDE of Sundgau (31GGM) Ancestor of our Plantagenets. Second consort of 31GGF Foulques III Nerra. Mother of 30GGM Ermengarde d’Anjou.
HOHENSTAUFEN, Heinrich VI (1165-1197), Holy Roman Emperor Held Uncle King Richard for ransom   | 
HOLMES McCLEAN, Sarah (5GA 1746-1834) Wife of Alexander McClean   | 
HOLMES, Wade and Kristie Current owners of Wheeler home in Elton   |  Welcomed us to their home   |  Took flowers to Oliver’s grave   | 
HOOKER HOWARD, Alice (5GGM, 1677-1753) Daughter of Reverend Samuel Hooker and Mary Willett; wife of Samuel Howard   | 
HOOKER SHEPARD, Joanna (6GGM, 1677-1753) Daughter of Reverend Thomas Hooker and Susan Harkes Garbrand; wife of Reverend Thomas Shepard of the Cambridge pioneers   | 
HOOKER, Mary STANLEY (6GGM, 1677-1753) Wife of Nathaniel Hooker of our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers   | 
HOOKER, Mary WILLETT (7GGM, 1637-1682) Wife of Samuel Hooker of our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers   |  Daughter of Thomas and Mary Browne Willett   | 
HOOKER, Nathaniel (6GGF, 1671-1711) Son of Samuel and Mary Hooker   |  husband of Mary Stanley   |  In our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers
HOOKER, (Reverend) Samuel (7GGF, 1633-1697) Son of Reverend Thomas and Susan Hooker; husband of Mary Willett In our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers
HOOKER, Susan HARKES GARBRAND (8GGM, 1593-1676) Wife of Thomas Hooker   |  Cambridge pioneer; our descent from
HOOKER, (Reverend) Thomas (8GGF, 1586-1647) Harvard Square homestead   |  First preacher in Cambridge   |  Brought his congregation to Watertown in 1633   |  In our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers
HOOKER HOWARD, Alice (5GGM, 1701-1750) Daughter of Nathaniel and Mary Hooker; wife of Samuel Howard   |  In our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers
HOPKINS, Damaris (9GGA) Mayflower passenger
HOPKINS, Giles (9GGU) Mayflower passenger   |  Buried in Eastham.   | 
HOPKINS, Oceanus (9GGU) Mayflower passenger
HOPKINS, (Pilgrim) Stephen (9GGF) Sailed to America on Sea Venture in 1609   |  Mayflower passenger   |  In our Mayflower line
HOPKINS SNOW, Constance (8GGM ~1607-1677) Mayflower passenger   |  In our Mayflower line   |  Married; settled in Eastham; buried there.   | 
HOWARD, Alice HOOKER (5GGM, 1701-1750) Daughter of Nathaniel and Mary Stanley Hooker; wife of Samuel Howard   |  In our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers
HOWARD, Samuel (5GGF, 1702-) Husband of Alice Hooker of our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers   | 
HOWARD SEYMOUR, Abigail (4GGF, 1728-) Daughter of Samuel and Alice Howard; wife of Joseph Seymour   |  In our Hooker line from the Cambridge pioneers
HOWLAND, Elizabeth TILLEY (died 1687) Mayflower passenger, 1620   |  Mother-in-law to Mary Willett’s brother   |  Buried in Rhode Island, among Brownes and Willetts   |  Inscription
HUBBARD RUSSELL, Mary (10GA, 1665-1738) Wife of Jason   |  Mother of Hubbard/Hobart/Hubert
HUGHES NEFF, Eliza Ann (WGGU) Married Uncle Amos Herr Neff
HUNTER, Howard Preached Leola’s funeral   | 
HURD, Daniel (4GGF, 1743-1814) Perhaps from Killingworth, Connecticut.   |  Married Rebecca Smith.   |  Life events timeline; a quiet life in Sandisfield   |  Owned land in the Beech Plain section of Sandisfield.   |  Chosen as constable.   |  Apparently married Frelove about 1807, after Rebecca died.   |  Died, intestate and insolvent, in 1814.   |  Buried in Beech Plain Cemetery, Sandisfield.   | 
HURD, Frelove KIBBE SMITH (1749-1840) Widow of Grandpa Benjamin Smith’s son Joshua   |  Married Daniel HURD about 1807, after Rebecca died.   |  Not mentioned in Grandpa Daniel’s will.   |  Buried in Sandisfield Center Cemetery.   | 
HURD, Rebecca SMITH (4GGM, 1750-1806) Daughter of Benjamin and Ruth Smith, married Daniel HURD.   |  Buried in Beech Plain Cemetery, Sandisfield.   | 
HURD STILLMAN, Amanda (3GGM 1779-1834) Fourth of six daughters of Daniel and Rebecca   |  Mother to Jason   |  Second wife and widow of Appleton STILLMAN   |  22 years Appleton’s junior; bore him seven children in 14 years   |  Pregnant with Lucius, Appleton’s twelfth child, when he wrote his will.   |  Received Colebrook homestead in Appleton’s will; also inducements (softened in a codicil next day) not to remarry.   |  Their marriage brought the Stillmans into our Mayflower line   |  Still haven’t found her grave.   | 
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