The King's Doctor

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Sadly he had no cure for beheading.  But did he emigrate, or is he buried at Westminster?

http://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:MergePerson&user1_name=Napier-996&user2_name=Napier-813&action=compare

 

WikiTree profile: Patrick Napier
in Genealogy Help by Anonymous Horace G2G6 Pilot (568k points)
The story seems to be that the immigrant was the son of the king's bleeder.  But who died in Jamestown?  We have more deaths than Patricks.

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Napier-996 says he died in Vrginia and was buried in London
So - I reckon follow this nice story, http://georgiaancestors.blogspot.co.nz/2015/01/two-chirugeonsone-for-kingone-for-colony.html and adopt Patrick Napier-795 - then make what you can of / or merge Napier-996 with Napier-813 -'cause here are clearly a father & son (both churegeons) involved here
by Valerie Willis G2G6 Mach 7 (79.4k points)
edited by Valerie Willis
Thanks, that explains a lot.

Now we've just got to figure out why the immigrant isn't listed as a Gateway, because his Drummond grandmother had blue blood according to us.

And apparently they did sew the king's head back on, but it didn't work.
L.O.L.

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