A few years back I had someone ask me if I had ever come across Indian ancestors (native americans) in the Levesque/Little line - guess they probably were wondering about the Levesque line.
Just wondering (sure this has been discussed several times before)......if John Peter Levesque was 109 years old when he passed away (1803-1912), would this have made him one of the oldest citizens in the USA at the time? Would there have been local writeups in any Maine newspapers about his passing? And although anything is possible, it looks like he would have fathered his children with Susan Little when he was in his mid 50's to mid 70's? I have come across more than a few ancestors who were fathers in the 50's but have never come across any who fathered children in their 70's.
What is the Robert Searle's pamplet? I have heard a few people mention it (and also that it contains more than a few factoral errors)?