Bogus Gateways

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'''Bogus Gateways''', "alleged gateway [ancestors] for whom there was a resonably well publicized claim to medieval ancestry which has since either been definitively disproved, or more commonly shown to be based only on a guess (usually of the name's-the-same variety) unwarranted by available evidence." — Nat Taylor
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'''Bogus Gateways''', "alleged gateway [ancestors] for whom there was a reasonably well publicized claim to medieval ancestry which has since either been definitively disproved, or more commonly shown to be based only on a guess (usually of the name's-the-same variety) unwarranted by available evidence." — Nat Taylor
  
 
The definition above is by Nat Taylor, and was posted to the soc.genealogy.medieval newsgroup, 4 Oct 2008 subject "Re: 17th century medieval gateways in America - first steps".  The responses elicited so far in that thread are:
 
The definition above is by Nat Taylor, and was posted to the soc.genealogy.medieval newsgroup, 4 Oct 2008 subject "Re: 17th century medieval gateways in America - first steps".  The responses elicited so far in that thread are:
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*Richard Hawkins of Virginia
 
*Richard Hawkins of Virginia
 
*William Ijams of Maryland
 
*William Ijams of Maryland
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*[[Evan Ragland]] -- submit by Will Johnson
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*[http://homepage.mac.com/mhollick/Genealogy/Bogus.htm "Bogus"] list by Martin Hollick
 
*[http://homepage.mac.com/mhollick/Genealogy/Bogus.htm "Bogus"] list by Martin Hollick

Latest revision as of 15:40, 24 October 2008

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