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Richard More

Ancestry of
Richard More

(c1614 - c1696)
Mayflower passenger 1620


The family tree for Richard More is still in progress.

The family tree for Richard More should not be considered exhaustive or authoritative. Oftentimes the family trees listed as still in progress have derived from research into famous people who have a kinship to this person. Research devoted solely to this person has either not yet taken place or it is currently in progress. As with all family trees on this website, the sources for each ancestor are listed on the family group pages so that you can personally judge the reliability of the information.


Some of the most recently added connections of famous kin for Richard More

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John Quincy Adams

6th U.S. President

16th cousin 5 times removed
via Miliscent of Rethel

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Abigail (Smith) Adams

First Lady of President John Adams

16th cousin 4 times removed
via Miliscent of Rethel

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Gov. Thomas Dudley

Colonial Immigrant Ancestor

19th cousin 1 time removed
via Mathilde of Saxony

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Gov. Thomas Dudley

Colonial Immigrant Ancestor

19th cousin 1 time removed
via Godfrey I, Count of Verdun

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Thomas Southworth

(c1617-1669)
Great Migration Immigrant 1628

19th cousin 2 times removed
via Albert I, Count of Namur

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Constant Southworth

(c1612 - 1678/9)
Great Migration Immigrant 1628

19th cousin 2 times removed
via Albert I, Count of Namur

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William Sargent

(c1602 - 1682)
Great Migration Immigrant 1638

19th cousin 2 times removed
via Godfrey I, Count of Verdun

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William Sargent

(c1602 - 1682)
Great Migration Immigrant 1638

15th cousin 1 time removed
via Richard de Camville

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Catherine Howard

5th Wife of King Henry VIII

18th cousin 3 times removed
via Henry the Fowler

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Catherine Howard

5th Wife of King Henry VIII

19th cousin 2 times removed
via Charles III, King of France

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Catherine Howard

5th Wife of King Henry VIII

18th cousin 1 time removed
via Albert I, Count of Namur

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William Wentworth

(c1616 - 1696/7)
Great Migration Immigrant 1638

16th cousin 3 times removed
via Miliscent of Rethel

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General James Longstreet

Confederate Army - U.S. Civil War

16th cousin 5 times removed
via Richard de Camville

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Edward Lloyd V

13th Governor of Maryland

16th cousin 4 times removed
via Richard de Camville

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Charles Goldsborough

16th Governor of Maryland

16th cousin 4 times removed
via Richard de Camville

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Robert Catesby

Leader of Gunpowder Plot

19th cousin 1 time removed
via Godfrey I, Count of Verdun

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Robert Catesby

Leader of Gunpowder Plot

14th cousin 2 times removed
via Richard de Camville

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Eliphalet Adams Bulkeley

Founder of Aetna Insurance

16th cousin 5 times removed
via Miliscent of Rethel

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Charles V

Holy Roman Emperor

19th cousin 2 times removed
via Henry the Fowler

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Charles V

Holy Roman Emperor

20th cousin 1 time removed
via Charles III, King of France

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Charles V

Holy Roman Emperor

18th cousin 1 time removed
via Albert I, Count of Namur

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Michael Strahan

NFL Player and TV Personality

11th cousin 10 times removed
via Henry Plantagenet

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Ichabod Goodwin

27th Governor of New Hampshire

14th cousin 1 time removed
via Humphrey de Bohun

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Ichabod Goodwin

27th Governor of New Hampshire

13th cousin 4 times removed
via Sir Hugh le Despencer

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Milton Bradley

Founder, Milton Bradley Company

14th cousin 7 times removed
via John, King of England

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