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Dame family formally London 1633 onwards

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Dame family formally London 1633 onwards

Posted: 8 Apr 2000 7:02AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Sep 2009 11:16AM GMT
Surnames: Dame,
John[1] Dame, the immigrant left London[?], England about 13 Aug.1633 on the "James", arrived Salem, Mass. 10 Oct.1633, settled Dover[Point], N.H. 1633. no,John[1] did not come over on the Mayflower.
John[1]was a "joiner...one who did the finer part of woodwork".
John[1] built the Dame Garrison in1675 for his younger son, William Dame, as protection against the Indians.
The Dame Garrison is protected under a canopy at the Woodman Institute in Dover, N.H.

I am a "dabbler" in history and some geneoloy. I have several books inc. Scales "History of Dover,N.H." and Belknap's "History of N.H.". I also have a Dame geneology on index cards that goes back to John[1]

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no1Nana 8 Apr 2000 1:02PM GMT 
Nana2b 21 Apr 2000 5:42PM GMT 
no1Nana 22 Apr 2000 4:53AM GMT 
Barbara Beedy 28 Apr 2000 3:22PM GMT 
no1Nana 28 Apr 2000 7:41PM GMT 
#1 Nana 2 May 2000 4:59PM GMT 
bbeedy1 27 Feb 2009 1:42AM GMT 
no1Nana 28 Apr 2000 7:42PM GMT 
nana2b 27 May 2000 6:38AM GMT 
EFrenchSea316... 5 Jun 2000 4:25AM GMT 
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