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Bathsheba (Ruggles) Spooner

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Bathsheba (Ruggles) Spooner

First woman executed for murder in U.S. by non-British government


The family tree for Bathsheba (Ruggles) Spooner is still in progress.

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Some of the most recently added connections of famous kin for Bathsheba (Ruggles) Spooner

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Melville Fuller

8th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

18th cousin 1 time removed
via John, King of England

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Melville Fuller

8th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

20th cousin 1 time removed
via Hugh de Kevelioc

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Melville Fuller

8th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

18th cousin 3 times removed
via Sir Saher IV de Quincy

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Melville Fuller

8th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

18th cousin 3 times removed
via Sir Roger le Bigod

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Melville Fuller

8th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

17th cousin 3 times removed
via Sir Richard FitzRoy

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Rev. John Whittingham

(c1616 - 1639)
Great Migration Immigrant 1637

19th cousin 2 times removed
via Waltheof II of Northumbria

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Rev. John Whittingham

(c1616 - 1639)
Great Migration Immigrant 1637

13th cousin 7 times removed
via Hugh de Kevelioc

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Rev. John Whittingham

(c1616 - 1639)
Great Migration Immigrant 1637

19th cousin 2 times removed
via William de Warenne

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Rev. John Whittingham

(c1616 - 1639)
Great Migration Immigrant 1637

19th cousin 2 times removed
via Gospatric I of Northumbria

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Rev. John Whittingham

(c1616 - 1639)
Great Migration Immigrant 1637

15th cousin 3 times removed
via Sir Saher IV de Quincy

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Rev. John Whittingham

(c1616 - 1639)
Great Migration Immigrant 1637

14th cousin 3 times removed
via Sir William Longespee

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Rev. John Whittingham

(c1616 - 1639)
Great Migration Immigrant 1637

19th cousin 2 times removed
via Norman Ranulf

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Samuel Cony

31st Governor of Maine

18th cousin
via John, King of England

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Samuel Cony

31st Governor of Maine

20th cousin
via Hugh de Kevelioc

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Samuel Cony

31st Governor of Maine

18th cousin 2 times removed
via Sir Saher IV de Quincy

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Samuel Cony

31st Governor of Maine

18th cousin 2 times removed
via Sir Roger le Bigod

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Samuel Cony

31st Governor of Maine

17th cousin 2 times removed
via Sir Richard FitzRoy

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George Howard Earle

30th Governor of Pennsylvania

3rd cousin 6 times removed
via John Howland

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George Howard Earle

30th Governor of Pennsylvania

3rd cousin 5 times removed
via James Skeffe

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Charlie Baker

72nd Governor of Massachusetts

9th cousin 7 times removed
via John Denton

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Margot Kidder

TV and Movie Actress

13th cousin 8 times removed
via Sir John Grey of Rotherfield

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Thomas Bradbury

(c1610/11 - 1694/5)
Great Migration Immigrant 1635

14th cousin 4 times removed
via Isabelle of Angoulême

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Thomas Bradbury

(c1610/11 - 1694/5)
Great Migration Immigrant 1635

14th cousin 3 times removed
via Sir Richard FitzRoy

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George Washington

1st U.S. President

16th cousin 2 times removed
via Isabelle of Angoulême

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George Washington

1st U.S. President

15th cousin 2 times removed
via Sir Richard FitzRoy

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