Monday, October 17, 2016
Richard Warren of Mayflower on Robinson Tree
It goes this way. Julia Ann Tuller was the 1st cousin 3 times removed of Reverend Martin Tuller
Descendants of MARTIN Tuller, Reverend. I'll show how we arrive to Martin Tuller at the end.
1  MARTIN Tuller, Reverend b: May 30, 1753 in Egremont, Berks,Mass. Bay Province, Massachusetts d: October 01, 1813 in Royalton, Windsor, Vermont
.. +Fanny Unknown b: Abt. 1753 d: in Royalton, Vermont
*2nd Wife of  MARTIN Tuller, Reverend:
.. +MARY Brown b: July 13, 1761 in Tiverton, Rhode Island d: November 11, 1799 in Royalton, Vermont
*3rd Wife of  MARTIN Tuller, Reverend:
.. +Charlotte Clapp Whitney b: January 10, 1763 in Westfield, Massachusetts d: April 08, 1833 in E. Cambridge/ Boston, Massachussetts
Martin Tuller was married to Mary Brown who is the connection.
Her father was Abraham Brown.
1 ABRAHAM Brown b: January 01, 1734/35 in Tiverton, Rhode Island d: May 24, 1799 in Tiverton, Little Compton, Rhode, Island
.. +Abigail Wilbur b: September 17, 1730 in Little Compton, Rhode Island d: October 31, 1811 in Tiverton, Rhode Island
Abraham Brown's mother was Sarah Corey.
Descendants of SARAH Corey
1 SARAH Corey b: Abt. 1709 in Dartmouth, Massachusetts d: Abt. 1795
.. +Abraham Brown b: Bet. 1707 - 1709 in Tiverton, Little Compton, Rhode, Island d: 1746 in Tiverton, Little Compton, Rhode, Island
Sarah's mother was Sarah Tabor.
1 SARAH Taber b: 1671 in Dartmouth d: Bef. 1732 in Tiverton, Little Compton, Rhode, Island
.. +Thomas Corey b: 1661 in Portsmouth, Rhode Isalnd d: March 21, 1737/38 in Tiverton, Rhode Island
I am the 9th great granddaughter of Richard Warren who was born in 1578.
My children are his 10th great grandchildren. My grandson is Richard's 11th great grandson.
9 generations ago, I had 512 ancestors, 256 female and 256 male. That takes me most likely to the year 1791.
I have to go back further than 10 generations ago when I had 1,024 ancestors of which 512 were female
and 512 were males. This would only take me back to the year 1766. Glad I've found a few through genealogy