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Samuel Stickels (Mark's son) is a descendant of William Brewster IIIWilliam was one of the organizing members of the Mayflower expedition to Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts, USA in 1620.  This family line intersects with several other family lines in the early Massachusetts colonies as detailed below:

  • Brewster Family Line

    - Descendants of William Brewster the First (I) are detailed in the Brewster Genealogy Report. William Brewster the Third (III) was one of the organizing members of the Mayflower expedition to Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts, USA in 1620. William was born in Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England.

    There is probably over 500 thousand descendants of William Brewster, but this report lists only a fraction of these descendants, mostly the ones between William and their intersection with the Moseley line.

    Sam Stickels (Mark's son) is a descendent of the Mosely line and this line intersects with the Brewster line thus providing a connection to the Mayflower Expedition.

  • DeCoster Family Line

    - The descendants of Isaac DeCoster are detailed in the DeCoster Genealogy Report.  The DeCoster family originated in France and immigrated to Boston in the 1700's. The family began in the Boston area, and moved to Maine and then much of the family moved to Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA. This report list 12 generations of DeCosters.

  • Moseley/Maudsley Family Line

    - Descendents of John Maudsley are detailed in the Moseley/Maudsley Genealogy Report. John Maudsley was born in Ormskirk, Lancanshire, England and migrated to the Americas in the 1600's.  John was an early Massachusetts colonist and his line intersects with both the Brewster and the Sears family lines.

     

  • Sears Family Line

    - The descendants of Richard Sears are detailed in the Sears Genealogy Report. Richard was born in Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands and he was one of the early members of the Plymouth colony (Massachusetts, USA).

    The Sears family intersects with both the Brewster Line and the Moseley line (Sam Stickels Maternal Lineage).

    Many thanks to the Sears Family Association Website for their research.

     

Last Updated on Monday, 24 January 2011 00:40  

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