If William de St Clair died in 1057, how could he be the father of Henri?

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Dates are hard to nunderstand back then.In most cases they are only estimates

of when they lived.That is why a son born in 1100,his father may be listed as born

1120.There names will lead you to the father.You will see Ap,Verch,The name

after would be fathers name.Google has a good explanation of Ap,Verch Etc.

You are in a tough time.You can figure it out.Best to read research hints for

these times.
by Wayne Morgan G2G6 Pilot (839k points)

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