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278) Barbara 
Location:
US
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Specific Message For   Hillegondt Willems Van Boerum :

Jan Aldbertse Roosa last rec. 5 Nov. 1732 as sp. of Maretje of Jan van Deusen and Hillegond Roosa.
There is no date or evidence of Hillegont's birth, it was in or after 1649.
Children of Jan and Hillegond
Wyntie 21 Dec.1679
Willem 24 Apr.1681
Geurt 7 Jan. 1683
Wyntie 1 Nov. 1684
Abraham 21 Nov.1686
Isaac 21 Nov. 1686 twin

Marie 25? May 1690
Jan 6 Nov. 1692
Maria 23 Jan. 1693
Hillegond 19 Jun. `1698

Geerte ab. 1680?

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277) Sandi Barksdale 
Location:
Covent Gardens UK
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Wednesday, 14 January 2015 08:03 AM Write a comment

Specific Message For   William Barksdale, Sr. :

How sure are you that his remains were returned to the UK for burial? There are records in the US of him having a different wife named Sara Collier.

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276) Sandi Stahl 
Location:
Bangor US
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Tuesday, 13 January 2015 10:48 PM Write a comment

Specific Message For   Alexander Urquhart :

Hello basic smile I have been researching the Urquhart branch of my family tree and have not been able to get any farther than you have with Donald Urquhart and Margaret Fraser. Followed your source links and found a possible relation to William Stronach. Can you tell me more? Have you located anyone beyond Donald Urquhart? His parents maybe? I have some questions for you if you have the time. Also curious if we are related!!!

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275) James Minor 
Location:
Brandon US
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Monday, 5 January 2015 02:32 PM Write a comment

Specific Message For   Sir. William de Clayton, Baron :

I have "very" circumstantial evidence to suggest that my 11th great grandfather, Daniel Clayton a landowner during colonial rule in Virginia, was a descendant of William De Clayton. Has anyone else found evidence to substantiate or disprove this?

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274) Dr. Kees Smit 
Location:
Utrecht Holland
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Tuesday, 30 December 2014 11:54 AM Write a comment

Specific Message For   Baron Jakob von Breunner-Stübing-Fladnitz :

[00-03-1578]
Imperator ad pacem inter regem et Belgas conciliandam oratores misit. Ad Ordines dominum Seyfridum Perner, baronem in Strabing, Flandnitz et Rabestein.
Do you know more about this Seyfrid?

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273) Rosemary McIntosh 
Location:
US
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Monday, 29 December 2014 04:21 PM Write a comment

Specific Message For   Mary Cotton :

Mary Cotton is the married name of this person. She was not the daughter of Sir John Cotton because knights did not leave their country and king, sail to very early Virginia, marry a local, uneducated girl, have a child, and thereupon sail back to England to live out his life in luxury and die only to be buried in state. At the time of the earliest settlers in Virginia, only a very few aristocrats landed and they served as representatives of the king for short periods of time. Cotton was too high ranking to do this.

Some Cotton was Mary's first marriage. She was widowed and then married Hyde and then married another Cotton. Her maiden name is up for discussion.

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272) mr Ashton 
Location:
Australia
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Saturday, 27 December 2014 05:04 PM Write a comment

Specific Message For   Joan Standish :

Isolde De la Mere of Croston my 17th great grandmother wife and widow of
Sir William de Lea of Croston and Marriage to
Sir Robert de Standish of Standish Sheriff of the County of Lancaster in 1387?

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271) Paul Hing 
Location:
UK
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Thursday, 25 December 2014 10:33 AM Write a comment

Specific Message For   Joan Inge :

Check your information as Joan Inge was the daughter of Sir William Inge 1267-1321.

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270) Paul Barker 
Location:
UK
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Monday, 22 December 2014 04:52 AM Write a comment

Specific Message For   Sir. Thomas de la Pole, Knight :

Do we know where in France? The circumstances are reportedly that he was at the time an exchanged hostage for his brother William the first D. of Suffolk.

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269) Richard Chapman 
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UK
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Monday, 22 December 2014 01:16 AM Write a comment

Specific Message For   Agnes Browne :

Regret that this whole line from John Marshall and Ellen Thorpe, including your William Marshall, Agnes Browne, Brus's etc, is totally wrong. You are not alone in this error and is caused by a misreading of the Nottingham Visitation, which is the source of this information. The Visitation should be read as two separate trees. The lower being the descendants of John Marshall and Ellen Thorpe and the upper being the forebears of Agnes Browne. Agnes Browne would actually have been born circa 1438 and her forebears are as shown on the Visitation. This family, particularly the Brus family, is well documented, a good example, readily found on google, being John Watson's "Brus of Pickering". Agnes married William Marshall circa 1460 and their family lived in Pickering.

I have no doubt that this William Marshall is linked to John Marshall and Ellen Thorpe, but, as yet, I have not been able to establish what that exact link was.

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