|page cxxxvi of Alysworth genealogy|
Well, no wonder, I was having trouble spelling the name to find vital records in Rhode Island. Fortunately, with each generation, the wife of each man has a first and maiden name. I can find a few marriage records.
|Aylsworth genealogy, p. 80, asterisk for date of emigration is not proved. They were there in 1790 census.|
When my daughter wanted to name her first son, Anthony, after her husband's side of the family, I told her that, we too, had a Anthony. That made everyone happy.
Notice, that this Anthony is the one who went to Adams, MA and listed as buried in the "Friends" cemetery and that they were Quakers. I was sure that I would find no headstones, even for generations after this. I comforted myself that I knew where they were resting.
But, my inner light keeps pushing me forward.