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Thomas Miner Diary

The diary of Thomas Miner is a unique memorial of daily life in 17th Century New England.  Almost all other writing from the period concerns religious and legal matters.  Although the entries are terse and never give details, they do … Continue reading

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Lyon’s Whelp

While we are on the subject of our original Thomas Miner,  he arrived on the Lyon’s Whelp in 1629.  I bet you didn’t know there was a whole whelp of Lyon’s Whelps – Nine in All … 1629  – Lyon’s … Continue reading

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The Curious Pedigree of Lt. Thomas Minor

I like the story of a 328 year old hoax better than the real thing …. From the NEHGS New England Historical and Genealogical Register of July 1984, pages 182-185 By  John A. Miner and Robert F. Miner For over a period … Continue reading

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Clement Miner Sr

Clement MINER Sr. (1560 – 1640) Thomas Miner’s father. He is Alex’s 11th Great Grandfather, one of 4,096 grandfathers in this generation in the Miner line. Clement Miner was born in 1560 in Chew Magna, Somerset, England.  His parents were … Continue reading

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