I am a Reynolds, relative of some early New England residents, Bowens, Scott/Skott andKemball/Kimballs and because of that connection I was earlier gleaning the little library near my home for info. I found some info which would seem to indicate that the Mixer family may have known the Scotts or Kimballs, or be related.They emmigrated together. I read your correspondences re. the Isaac Mixers.Since one of you mentioned that Isaac b. 1630 brought his son Isaac 4 years of age over in 1634 I hopedone of you may have the data I seek. What I found in records, published in book form, was that Isaacke Mixer aged 31, and wife Sarah aged 33, along with son, Isaack Mixer aged 4 were all passengers which "took shipping" in the Elizabeth of Ipswich bound for New England the last of April 1634.Ships Master,Willia Andrews.(there is an umlaut over the a in Willia.)Master's name is used twice, once spelled Andrews and once Andrewes.The name Isaac is spelled both ways as used above. All passengers are listed, and a special list is made for those not of age, 47 children in all.These were too young to take the oath of"Allegeance and Supremacy.'The oldest child onlist is 15 years. There is only one Mixer child, Isaack, aged four.In the entire list of passengers there are two children named Sarah.Sarah Raynor, age 7, and Sarah Bloomfield age 1.Both of these children are shown in relation to their fathers, same last name, listed together etc. I made copies of the pages I quote here, if anymay need the info, with title and author, no problem.I can get it. Many of you may have this info, I show it only to explainmy question. Do any of you have anything showing a tie between your Mixers and my folks? I did a quick check of LDS site, someone there, I believe mistakenly, showsIsaac and Sarah marrying on 11 May, 1629, place Watertown, Middlesex, Mass. thats apparently not correct. What this question is about????I am having trouble finding info on my gggReynolds grandparents of N.J. circa. 1750/60's and do not want to pass up any straw, even a little one.