They Came to Milton

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Tracing the westward migrations of the colonial Seventh-day Baptists. Milton, WI was one of their most successful settlements. Secondly : A study of Rock Co., WI. PLEASE DON'T USE POST-EMS!
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  • ID: I20460
  • Name: Unknown PALMER
  • Name: Unknown ROWLEY
  • Sex: F
  • Change Date: 08 JUN 2001
  • Note: 'Mayflower Families Through Five Generations', Vol 4 - Edward Fuller; byBruce Campbell MacGunnigle, C.G.; General Society of MayflowerDescendants; 1995, p12 There is no evidence that Henry's first wife wasnamed Sarah. It is almost certain that she was the daughter of WilliamPalmer. 5 children
  • Birth: 11 JUN 1609 in Parham, Somersetshire, England
  • Death: BEF 17 OCT 1633 in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts

    Father: William PALMER b: 1570 in Stephanie, London, England
    Mother: Frances BLOSSOM b: 1591 in Parham, Somersetshire, England

    Marriage 1 Henry ROWLEY b: ABT 1600 in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
    • Married: ABT 1623 in London, Middlesex, England
    1. Has Children Moses ROWLEY b: ABT 1627 in England

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    Be aware this file is constantly evolving. I add family members, dates, places, facts, relationships, source references, edits and corrections to hundreds of records each month as I locate additional information. I am also gradually restoring the page numbers, cert numbers, etc., on all my source references which got misplaced during a file conversion in early 2007. My primary activity in February 2015 was entering Janesville, WI obits.

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