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Ye Olde Sanderson family

Ye Olde Sanderson family

david a. fellows (View posts)
Posted: 19 Feb 2000 4:22PM GMT
Seeking descendants of Robert A.Sanderson, b. 1608 in Norfolk, England,,M. Mary Cross. I have a 8 generation skeleton tree that has bare branches.
Posted: 24 Feb 2000 9:46PM GMT
Edited: 14 Jul 2001 8:42PM GMT
I am looking for SANDERSONS in The COURTLAND, ALB. area. I have 2 Johns, 2 Luthers, and 2 Thomas.

The one LUTHER is LUTHER B (Dick) that was a minister at the SANDERSON CHAPEL

It you have any information on this line I would appreciate hearing from you. Jeannie

Robert Sanderson 1608

Posted: 22 Mar 2000 9:46AM GMT
Edited: 2 Jul 2001 1:17AM GMT
Dear Cousin,
I have also traced my SANDERSON family back to Robert. He was the brother of Edward b. 1615. I've found conflicting info as to where they were born. Scotland, England and Hampton, MA, now NH! Family sources say that upon writing to Higham, Fernere, Northampton, Eng that the brother sailed out of England but came from Edinburg, where one of the brothers was a professor at Edinburg College.
I have direct-line traced to the brothers to Edward. I also found that Robert had 3 wives. Mary CROSS b. abt. 1610 Norfolk, m. abt 1641 Hapton, MA colonies! The other two were Lydia and Elizabeth.

sanderson stuff...

david fellows (View posts)
Posted: 22 Mar 2000 11:03AM GMT
hola: I would love to exchange data on the tribe with you. I can be contacted at teamoamigo2@aol.com. It would help confirm the data I have..and perchance we can inhance each others data base this way. thanks and God Bless. dave

Sanderson

Posted: 25 Mar 2000 5:19PM GMT
Edited: 17 Dec 2002 1:27AM GMT
Hi David - would you have any information on Ann Sanderson who married Richard Jackson on July 11, 1745 in Plumbland, Cumberland - thanks Mona email skipycat@home.com
Posted: 18 Apr 2000 5:42PM GMT
Edited: 14 Jul 2001 8:42PM GMT
Wonder if we're connected. I've just been doing this for a year, but it sure does consume me. It is so interesting.

I go back as far as Thomas I. Thomas I had Thomas II, Thomas II had Luther Richard, Luther Richard had Luther Noah, Luther Noah had John Forrest, and John Forrest had another John Forrest. This is all I have. Are we connected? Thank-you
Posted: 18 Apr 2000 5:43PM GMT
Edited: 14 Jul 2001 8:42PM GMT
Wonder if we're connected. I've just been doing this for a year, but it sure does consume me. It is so interesting.

I go back as far as Thomas I. Thomas I had Thomas II, Thomas II had Luther Richard, Luther Richard had Luther Noah, Luther Noah had John Forrest, and John Forrest had another John Forrest. This is all I have. Are we connected? Thank-you

Ye olde Sanderson Family Tree

Jenny N (View posts)
Posted: 30 Aug 2000 3:45PM GMT
Hi David,
Wondering if I'm connected. I have only gone back to a William Sanderson b 1800 in Lincolnshire England-d 1865 in Willoughby married Anne Brackenbury(Wrighton. 6 children - Thomas, William Reuben, Joseph, Sarah, Emma and Eliza - Any connections there?

Robert Sanderson 1608

Raybon Sanderson (View posts)
Posted: 2 Oct 2000 1:24PM GMT
I beleive that I have traced my ancestry back to this Robert. Ihave a lot of info after Robert but nothing before. It sounds like you do. Would like to work with you in putting the Sanderson puzzle together. Please contact direct at e-mail SandersonC@aol.com. My name is Raybon C. Sanderson of Albuquerque NM. Thanks, Ray S.

Sanderson

ShirLene (View posts)
Posted: 16 Oct 2000 1:15AM GMT
Robert Sanderson and Mary Cross's child
William Sanderson 1641/1643 an Sarah's child
William Sanderson 1670 an Abigail Traine's child
William Sanderson 1706 an Rebecca Morgan's child
Robert Sanderson 1734 an Rhoda Steel' child
Sylvanus Sanderson 1754 an Charlotte Cooley's child
James Sanderson 1804 an Mary Jane Sparks's child
Henry Weeks Sanderson 1829 an Rebecca ann Sanders child
James Sanderson 1851 an Margaret Rees's child
Theodore Raymond Sanderson 1883 an Isabell Bradberry's child
Ted D Sanderson 1916 an Neva Mower's child
Bryant Ted Sanderson is my X husband, we had two children.
Does any of this ring a bell? I am fairly sure that we are family!!!

Shirlene
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