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The remainder have been in America for a long time. I am a direct descendant of 3, yes, THREE May... Edward Doty (through my great-grandmother Mary Doughty/Doty) on one side and the other two on the... Stephen Hopkins and his daughter Constance Hopkins who was also a passenger on the Mayflower. Sarah Palin shares the same ancestor in Stephen Hopkins, making us cousins with Sarah. (Woo hoo! ... And also of Margaret (Stephenson) Scott who was hanged as a witch during the Salem Witch Trials (she was my great x8 grandmother) a... Grant, Bill Clinton (William Jefferson Blythe III), George Bush, George W. Supreme Court Justices including Roger Brooke Taney and David Souter, Senator Robert Joseph "Bob" Dole, British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill, author Laura Ingalls Wilder, astronaut Alan B... Although, most of my direct ancestors were hardworking everyday people: teachers, merchants, farm... The first thing that comes to the mind of others when I mention that I'm descended from Lady Godi... The historical Lady Godiva was a devout Catholic Anglo-Saxon noblewoman. Both she and her husband Leofric (Leofric III, Earl of Mercia and Lord of Coventry) were generous... They founded and endowed a Benedictine monastery at Coventry. Geography of Ireland Including the names of the ancient population groups Celtic Proverbs Irish wit and wisdom Celtic Blessings Including an old wedding blessing Unique Irish Christmas Customs Nollaig Shona! The Irish-American Connection How the Irish have affected American history. Irish Surnames History and origins of Irish surnames Irish Folklore Mermaids, Selkies, The Love Fairy and more!

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