Re: "Noxon's Adventure"
Well, if you wrote the book and have no "Burnham" referenced in it, then it still is a mystery.
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MyGreat Uncle (now deceased) did extensive, much proven genealogy on the Burnham line, and many others.
I have an Ancestory Table made by him, that is actually very unique in it's format, that starts with him (my grandfather's brother).
It doubles each number to find that person's father on the chart.
Gen1 Koert DuBois Burnham 1904, Essex, NY
2 John Bird Burnham 1869-1939, New Castle, DE:
4 John Burnham 1829-1875, St Georges Hd. DE:New Castle, DE
8 Samuel Burnham 1789-1871 St. Georges Hd.DE:New Castle, DE
16 Thomas Burnham 1762-1802, "Noxons Adventure", St. Georges Hd., DE
That line ends there....and that is all I have.
I wonder what the significance is of Thomas Burnham, who would be my gggg grandfather, to "Noxons Adventure"?
The Table is interesting, because many of the lines go back to the 1500's. In fact, the last numbered person is #1899.
Anyhow, I am glad to know, at least that there is a book titled "Noxons Adventure".
Thanks for your reply,