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''Het smeden geslacht Lemmens van Oelbroeck (St. Anthonis) vier eeuwen in het Land van Cuijk'', Hurst Green 1989, G.W.Ch. Lemmens et all.  +
*[ Margaret Ann, James, and Josephine on "freepages"] (to be updated to show William instead of James) *[ William] on AWT *[ Josephine] on AWT   +
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Approximate birth years are guesstimates, and those children (along with James) are from MDT's original unsourced list. Definite birth years are from the Rootsweb page.  +
Autosomal and Y-DNA tests taken by descendants of John Primrose in 2015.  +
Birth & Death registrations for children & Death registrations for parents which list children's names & ages.  +
Birth & Death registrations for children & Death registration for mother which listed children's names & ages.  +
Birth years are estimates.  +
Boase, Frederic (1965). Modern English Biography. 2. Frank Cass & Co. Ltd. p. 219. OCLC 763971356. "England and Wales Census, 1841," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 7 September 2017), Thomas Kilpack, St Paul Covent Garden, Middlesex, England; from "1841 England, Scotland and Wales census," database and images, findmypast ( : n.d.); citing PRO HO 107, The National Archives, Kew, Surrey.  +
Caleb H. Johnson, ''The Mayflower and Her passengers''  +
Caleb H. Johnson, ''The Mayflower and Her passengers''  +
History of the County of Ayr: With a Genealogical Account of the Families of Ayrshire, Volume 2 by James Paterson  +
James's dates are from the source website; his sisters' are guesstimates.  +
Marriage Source: Massachusetts Town and Vital Records 1620-1988.  +
Mary Karen Bowen Solomon, Donna's daughter.  +