All 3 articles agree that Francis Cooke kept a very low profile, did not involve himself in politics, but did help build roads, and helped settle disputes in court
This is another local hero, Captain George Denison is attributed with the Denison-Pequot Nature Center, and both that and his homestead may be visited. This article very briefly describes his life, this article is a very romanticized article about him, and this article is a little bit more in depth about him.
This is a Word Document I made that includes the Morace and Potter DNA from Thomas and Karen Morace, with some information regarding specific areas of countries
This is a PDF that has a list of the descendants of John Maxson, a Rhode Island Colonist who was killed by Indians in Throg’s Point, New York. If you go through the PDF, we are, as follows,
John Maxson (#3) > Rev. Joseph Maxson (#5) > Capt. John Maxson* (#21) > Silvanus Maxson (#71) > Silvanus Maxson (#253) > Elizabeth Potter (#634) > William Henry Potter (#1333)
*The first white person born in Rhode Island
As is seen, this only goes until Kiera, Gian, Sienna, Tony, Kayla, Nikhil, Luca, and my 4x Great Grandpa, this is because by then, they already had 3,466 people, so doing anymore generations would be impractical, and I could not find any PDF’s that specialized with our specific line!
The first link is more for the descendants, whereas this link has more about John Maxson and the family in it
An interesting article on Kiera, Sienna, Gian, Kayla, Tony, Nikhil, Luca and my 12x Great Grandpa, and first white man who made Stonington, CT.