Yup. On my father's side all we have to go on are references to a Cherokee Princess, horsethieves and slavecatchers (said in exactly the same tone), and a Methodist minister who use to "get the call" every time his wife had buns in the oven. Genealogy gets a little tricky under those circumstances, and the only book I ever found with the name "Dye" in it said that the Dyes were a sept of the Davidson clan.
When my sister starting tracing and digging she found the town drunk of Boonsboro, Kentucky and eventually Laurens Duykens, who was banished from Manhattan, and sentenced to have an ear cut off for bigamy. Of course, he and his ex-wife had both been happily living with their new mates for a while, but he had a big farm and a nice location, so out goes he... This all before the English came and took over Manhattan, so I'm not sure if it predates Wm of Orange or not.