James Cole

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I would argue that all family historians have unicorns in their family tree. Yes, unicorns. I define a unicorn as an ancestor that shows up at the end of any given family line carrying nothing more than a name. They are usually female but can be male. They appear out of thin air, fully formed … Continue reading

Descendant of James Cole, Plymouth

I consider one of my biggest achievements researching my own family was establishing the Cole lineage. My greatest challenge was discovering my great grandfather’s parent’s names. While I suspected I had the connection, the problem was dates. According to Ernest Byron Cole’s 1908 book Cole, The descendants of James Cole of Plymouth 1633 : also a … Continue reading

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