Herbert A. Paul's Genealogy for Several Family Surnames
Minor changes were made to this page on 2 February 2007
Paul and Jensen Ancestors
Many, many cousins have contributed to the information which has
here. While it would be proper for me to credit each and every
individually, I am reluctant to do so for fear that my aging mind would
fail me in the crediting of many who have graciously participated over
the past 25 or more years. My heartfelt thanks goes to
all who have
contributed and thus made these pages more comprehensive.
For privacy reasons, living persons do not
in these pages.
you desire to reproduce any of this information, electronically or
I respectfully ask that you contact me first. If you find a connection
or information here of interest to you, it is likely I will have a
interest in information you have as well.
Source information is not shown on
these pages due to space limitations
- but can be provided on request.
The genealogical information contained in
is presented in two different formats.
Some pages contain the family ancestors
(commonly called "Ahnentafel" or direct lineage reports) on both the
and female lines of our marriage. The primary paternal ancestral
are PAUL and JENSEN, but other ancestral surnames that appear with any
frequency are noted below. Click
appropriate link for the
direct lineage ancestors of the
(Paul) line or for the direct lineage ancestors of the female
Other pages are devoted to the
(all compiled descendants) of a given family line progenitor. To view
descendant pages, click on the appropriate family link below (listed
Descendants (12 generations) of Robert BALDWYN
of Dundridge, co. Bucks, England, who died before 13 April 1537.
6 December 2002)
Descendants (7 generations) of Francis COOKE
who, with his son John, arrived at the North American continent on the
"Mayflower" in 1620.
Descendants (7 generations) of Tor HAUG
(GULLICKSON family line), who lived in Norway. He married Anne
Bergen and died in 1657.
Descendants (8 generations) of Francis HESTER,
born circa 1655 at New Kent County, Virginia.
Descendants (9 generations) of William HOLDEN,
of Lindsey, County Suffolk, England, born 26 Mar 1580.
Descendants (10 generations) of Goen HOVLAND,
born before 1625 and died after 1657. (Updated 2 March 2004)
Descendants (3 generations) of Jens JACOBSEN
(JENSEN lineage). (Updated 21 September
Descendants (4 generations) of Asahel KYES,
who married Sarah Mosier/Mosher (who has lineage back to the
Descendants (5 generations) of Nathaniel MITCHELL.
His grandson, John Hollen Mitchell, married Caroline Baldwin,
ancestry has been better documented through the years than this
line, thus those with Mitchell connections here will also want to
the Baldwin pages. (Updated 11 May 2003)
Descendants (9 generations) of John MOSHER,
born circa 1600. The surname later changed to MOSIER.
The Mosher/Mosier connection to the "Mayflower" may be seen on the
pages above (the marriage of Nicholas Mosher and Rebecca Wilcox).
24 February 2004)
Descendants (9 generations) of Daniel PAUL
who arrived on the North American continent in 1640 on his own ship
and settled in Kittery (now Eliot), Maine. View the St.
Clements Church, Ipswich, England, where Daniel Paul was baptized
24 Feb 1590/91. View a map showing the site
his homestead at Kittery, Maine. View the home
built by descendant Moses Paul in 1780 at Eliot, Maine, which has been
restored and is now a B&B, The Moses Paul Inn. No, you will NOT
find a connection here to John Paul who later changed his name to John
Paul Jones - but here is a link
to a web page containing information about him (use your browser 'Back'
button to return to these pages). (Updated 26 May 2003)
Descendants (5 generations) of Jacob Andrew PETRY,
born in Nierstein, Germany, and who's son, Dr. William Petry (also born
in Nierstein, Germany) settled (about 1763-1765) in what is now
New York, and served in the colonial army during the Revolutionary War.
The surname later changed to PETRIE.
Descendants (12 generations) of Halle (Helge)
born before 1520 in Norway. (Updated 1 March 2004)
Descendants (12 generations) of John TROTT.
The surname later changed to TREAT (in the
generation of descendants). View the St. Mary
St. Andrew Church, Pitminster, England, (which is still being used)
where Richard Treat was baptized on 28 August 1584.
It is interesting to see the distribution and
of a given surname across the United States. Some surnames are known to
be common -- but one might be surprised at just how frequently
particular surname being researched occurs. By using the link below,
can access a web site from which you can create a map of the United
indicating both the frequency and the distribution of a surname in
you are interested. The database includes the 1850 census, the 1880
the 1920 census, and data from telephone listings in 1990 - but the
interesting approach is to choose the option "All Years" and view an
map of all the data and thus view the expansion and changes in
of the surname across the United States. The surname map graphics are
and my request for permission to post the maps of interest to the names
in these pages was denied. It is, none-the-less, worth your time to
a look. You will have to use your browser "Back" button to return to
pages since there is not a corresponding link to return.
You got it from your
it was all he had to give, so it's yours to keep and cherish, for as
as you shall live.
If you lose the watch
gave you, it can always be replaced, but a black mark on your name,
can never be erased.
It was clean the day
took it, and a worthy name to bear. When he took it from his father,
was no dishonor there.
So make sure you
wisely, after all is said and done, you'll be glad the name is
when you give it to your son.
--Edgar Albert Guest
which appear frequently in these pages in the female line include:
Other surnames appearing frequently in
male line include:
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