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  1. It looks like his name is Joseph Raleigh Croshaw...

    It looks like his name is Joseph Raleigh Croshaw or Ralph - maybe that’s why I couldn’t find any birth record!

    Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
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    Raleigh Croshaw
    Alias...
  2. Thanks, the birth data differs... I used the one...

    Thanks, the birth data differs... I used the one from findagrave. I’ll also check out the village - maybe he was born there! When I use google all I get is the same info, so now I’ll try google uk.
  3. Raleigh Croshaw - 1570 - Lancashire County

    Hello, genealogy gurus:

    Iím stuck trying to find any birth record for Capt. Raleigh Croshaw, who is my 10th great grandfather. He was one of the original Virginia Company adventurers, arrived in...
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    Those surname matches helped me determine who...

    Those surname matches helped me determine who were my adopted father’s biological parents.
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    Thank you both, very helpful. This could be a hot...

    Thank you both, very helpful. This could be a hot trail for me as further review of the index shows an Arnold White and Henry White were born to this couple. Arnold died at the tender age of 2 or 3....
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    Help With Deciphering Record

    This marriage record references Dec 18 1609, for Mr. John White and Elizabeth Ayleworth (?) but I can’t make out where they’re from. He has “of Beaks...” ? after his name and she has “of T.P.” after...
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    Hi Wendy, there is an excellent book called...

    Hi Wendy, there is an excellent book called Genesis of the White Family by Emma Siggins White, which details the Mayflower William White family history, available in google books:
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    A Cornish Childhood by A.L. Rowse is an early...

    A Cornish Childhood by A.L. Rowse is an early 20th century memoir of life in Cornwall.
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    Hi Christina: I was fortunate in that my DNA...

    Hi Christina: I was fortunate in that my DNA results returned a match with my Dad’s half sister, and I was able to trace her paternal ancestry pretty easily, as Henry White was an early Quaker in...
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    Hello Everyone!

    Iím excited to join this group and hope to break the wall regarding my genealogy research. My late father was adopted (California born in 1928) and I had my DNA done which provided information as to...
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