No. My line goes back to Baxter, then William (wife Mary Hand). This Wm. was the son of William III and his second wife Polly. (This Wm. is not Wm. IV; number IV was Wm. III's son by first wife Mary who died when he was 6.) This Wm. and Polly had a daughter named Jane. The brother of Wm. III was Josia (wife Abigail) who had a son named Moses. Moses and Jane, 1st cousins, married.
Interestingly (to me anyway) is that Dick Broadwell was from the Moses/Jane line. Dick was the outlaw who died in Coffeeville, KS.