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Dymond - Hudson River

Edward Dymen Lineage of Beekman Patent, New York Province
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Amy Ward Amy Ward
February 18 @ 12:21pm
I just discovered something interesting that isn't really Dymond related but important enough I thought it was worth sharing here. Anne Mosher, who was married to Matthew Dymond is a confirmed direct descendant of Francis Cooke, who was on the Mayflower and one of the signers of the Mayflower Compact. :)
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Stephen Reeves
January 9, 2016 @ 11:14pm
Hello. I'm not a direct Y-DNA descendant, but am descended from Andrew 1864 > Stephen 1837 > Matthew 1798 > John 1768 > Matthew 1740. Also, from Calvin 1873 > Joseph 1830 > Joseph 1795 > John 1768 > Matthew 1740.
S. Dimond
January 12, 2016 @ 4:45pm
Welcome to the project! We have created a Family Finder (atDNA) subgroup for those cousins that are not direct Y-DNA.
Amy Ward
February 21, 2016 @ 11:49am
Stephen we show as distant cousins on Ancestry, this must be where the connection is from.
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December 21, 2015 @ 8:11am
Another part of rural America lost. Dymond Hollow United Methodist Church closed its doors August 30 after 155 years. Methodists worshipped in the area dating back to the arrival of the Dymond siblings in the first decade of the 1800s. The first Methodist Church in the area was built in 1835. The current building was built on land in Exeter Township deeded to the Methodist Episcopal Church by John Booth Dymond and his wife Mary Jane Whitlock 5 June 1869. When the land was deeded over to the Methodist Episcopal Church it was with the stipulation that if the land would no longer be used for the church, it would revert back into ownership of the descendants of John Booth Dymond. - Photo from Wyoming County Examiner-early 1900s.