In my last message #2061 I wrote: “I believe researches that are more capable than myself. Who can read small print, and who’s eyes will stay focused more than a few seconds, Should research this in the Virginia files, and try and prove or disprove this William “Wenham” Windham.” I should have added:It is very possible that=== POSSIBLE SCENARIOS : 1.A daughter of this William “Wenham” had a daughter who gave birth to a childand named this child Edward Windham.The Nolen connection appears to negate this theory.
2. The wife of William “Wenham” may have been impregnated by some one other than William “Wenham”.The Nolen connection would dictate this scenario means Mrs. “Wenham”/Windhamand Mr. Nolen’s wife would have almost assuredly been impregnated by the same person.
3.If this William “Wenham” was the biological father of the Edward Windham, born @ 1634-1640 means he was not biologically related to the Wyndhams/Windhams of England.This scenario would also mean Mr. William “Wenham” probably fathered the child who was a ancestor of the two Nolen/Nolan Y-DNA participants. (Unlikely)
4.The scenario most likely in my opinion,is the scenariothat William “Wenham” adopted a son and named him Edward Windham and a Nolen family adopted a brother to this child and gave him the Nolen name.Again,a Nolen/Nolan family was documented in Isle of Weight, VAat the same period in time as this William “Wenham”.