The Alden Kindred

Alden Kindred

  • John and Priscilla Alden

I have been recorded into the Alden Kindred and Grammy would have been quite proud of that. My inclusion means by default that she is included. There is a brick in the walkway of the Alden house in memory of her and the work I continue in her honor. The brick has her name surrounded by the bricks of four of her grandchildren;Pamela, Paul, Philip and Tom.

  • John Alden
  • William Mullins
  • Priscilla Mullins

My Details are already logged into the Society. This is my line as it descends from parent to child. Everyone in this line is an Ancestral Grandparent.You can contact me for help if you wish.

Generation 15 (Josie, Andrew, Isaac, Aubrey) > Generation 14 (David Jr, Laura, Joshua, Tom Jr, Fay, June) > Generation 13 (Pamela, Paul, Philip, Tommy) > Ruth Laura Balentine, July 8,1939> Sara Kohler, May 20,1920 > Inez Vinton Kohler, June 1, 1889 > Mary Page Allen, Dec. 25, 1861 > John Page Jr, Mar.14, 1834 > John Page Jan. 26, 1820 > Mehitable Newcomb Page, Mar.15, 1789 > Jerusha Adams Newcomb, June 10, 1737 > Micajah Adams Newhall, Mar. 6, 1741 > Captain Ebenezer Adams, Dec. 30, 1704 > Hannah Bass Adams, June 22, 1667 > Ruth Alden Bass > John Alden the Pilgrim of the Mayflower.

2 thoughts on “The Alden Kindred

  1. Hi Susannah! I hope this finds you well. My maiden name is Terry Kohler – I’m the granddaughter of Henry Lynn Kohler – Sara Kohler’s brother and Inez Kohler’s son. It’s wonderful to “meet” you and I want to sincerely thank you for this spectacular body of work.

    I am very interested in exploring my heritage and have read a lot of what’s here on your site, and will continue to dive further into it as my schedule permits, but I wanted to reach out and say ‘hello’ and let you know that your work is being appreciated. 🙂

    Thank you for all you’re doing and feel free to reach out to me at any time!

    Warmly,
    Terry

    1. Hello,
      Thank you so much for reaching out. Its so nice to meet you as well. The website should become easier to read as time goes. Thank you for reaching out, I love knowing that people are benefiting from my research. Thank you!

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