is Richard Berkeley Allan circa 1502 - 1541 the son James Berkeley cica 1466- 1515, his son by Elizabeth Fitz Allan

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WikiTree profile: James de Berkeley
in Genealogy Help by Bill Allan G2G2 (2.2k points)
retagged by Darlene Athey-Hill
Bill, I added tags magna_carta and Fitzalan to your post so more members will see your question.

And I added the tags for EuroAristo, England, and medieval to get your post noticed!  wink

thanks
thanks,is there any DNA available from this source

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Hi Billl

When I search Google for "Richard Berkeley Allan" I basically get only two results, one is this question, and the other is a Geni profile which doesn't cite any sources.

To me, that indicates that Richard Berkeley Allan, probably never existed.  The fact that he has the last name Allan, instead of Berkeley also is a strong indication that perhaps someone at some point has tried to forge a connection with an English family to enable an longer genealogy.

Lastly the current profile for James de Berkeley appears to be using good sources and again there is no attachment to an Elizabeth FitzAlan or a son Richard.

by John Atkinson G2G6 Pilot (482k points)
selected by Traci Thiessen
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thanks for the reply,  but it should have been Susan (fitz alan), but it looks like she had 2 daughters, the only other could be her brother Thomas 1450-1524, had a son ?,and they have been mixed up, thanks Bill
by Bill Allan G2G2 (2.2k points)

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