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The Silver Family of Kingston Ontario Canada

Updated November 9, 2000

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The Silver family of Kingston area has had ancestors in Canada since before the War of 1812. Our first ancestors to North America were William and Susanna White who came over on the Mayflower. William paid with his life to bring his family to the new world and died shortly after arriving. His wife and 5 year old son named Resolved both survived. Susanna gave birth to Williams' son Peregrine, the first baby born to Europeans in the new world and later became the first bride. She married widower Edward Winslow who became governor and later served as a diplomat for Oliver Cromwell.

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