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Margery (Danridge) Ruggles (1562)

Margery Ruggles formerly Danridge
Born in Sudbury, Suffolk, Englandmap
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Daughter of and [mother unknown]
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[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] in Sudbury, Suffolk, Englandmap
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Profile last modified | Created 29 Aug 2009
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This profile was created as the wife of Thomas Ruggles (abt.1558-) and the mother of his children, but no evidence has yet been found to support this identification. They were said to have married in about 1583.

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  • Find A Grave: Memorial #154424331, Margery Dandridge Ruggles, citing St Gregory Churchyard, Sudbury, Babergh District, Suffolk, England ; Maintained by Robert DeVowe (contributor 48224154) . [No gravestone image, no sources.]




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There is zero evidence that a Margery Dandridge/Danridge married Thomas Ruggles-6 or that she was the mother of any of his children. She should be detached as Thomas' wife and as mother of his 6 children.
posted by Traci Thiessen
You'll get no pushback from me. I adopted this profile (and others connected to it) back in 2017 (when it was orphaned) because the profile was connected to me as an ancestor. In the succeeding years there has been some merging activity with duplicates, and the discussion of whether her name is misspelled, but nobody has surfaced any evidence for her.
posted by Ellen Smith
Our early ancestors didn't have "right" and "wrong" ways to spell their names, so she could be Magery or Margery or Marjery or Marjory -- or all of these.

Without any sources, who's to say?

posted by Ellen Smith
Is her name really Magery or is that a typo? I'm seeing it as Margery or Marjory elsewhere.
posted by Molly Cunningham

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