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  • Paternal relationship is confirmed by an autosomal AncestryDNA test match between Monica Edmunds and Amber (Hughes) Redman, her half sister. Their most-recent common ancestor is Jeffrey Edmunds, the father of both Monica Edmunds and Amber (Hughes) Redman. Predicted relationship from AncestryDNA: 1st cousin, based on sharing 1,950 cM across 37 segments.
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Surnames listed in Ahnentafel order

GENERATION # 1 Edmunds

GENERATION # 2 Edmunds, Rodd

GENERATION # 3 Edmunds, Sherwin, Rodd, Burridge

GENERATION # 4 G Edmunds, Osborne, Sherwin, Price, Rodd, Lock, Burridge, Creeth

GENERATION # 5 GG Edmunds, Hart, Osborne, King, Sherwin, McPherson, Price, Mattingly, Rodd, Crispin, Bowden, Carder, Burridge, Parham, Creeth, Carter

Surnames below sorted alphabetically within generation, italics = uncertainty

GENERATION # 6 GGG

Barber, Bates, Bowden, Burridge, Carder, Carter, Chapple, Creeth, Crispin, Edmunds, Edwards, Endecutt, Eve, Finch, Harding, Hart, Hickson, Hutchings, Jeffery, King, Lock, Mattingley, McPherson, Merchant, Parham, Pike, Price, Rodd, Roles, Sherwin,

GENERATION # 7 GGGG

Barber, Bates, Bowden, Burridge, Carder, Chapple, Cook, Creech, Crispin, Davie, Edmonds, Edwards, Edwards, Endecutt, Eve, Fielders, Finch, Greatorex, Harding, Hart, Hayward, Hickson, Hutchings, Jeffery, Jones, King, Lattey, Lock, Luke, Maine, Marchant, Martin, Mattingley, McPherson, Mead, Merrick, Morrish, Nash, Osborne, Parham, Pike, Price, Reading, Rhodes, Robbins, Rodd, Roles, Scriggins, Sherwin, Simms, Smaldridge, Tapp, Tuffin, Usher, West, White, Wombwell

GENERATION # 8 GGGGG

Arnot, Babstock, Baker, Barber, Bennett, Burridge, Carder, Chapple, Charge, Collis, Cook, Creech, Creech, Crispin, Eastmond, Edmonds, Endecutt, Eve, Fielders, Finch, Greatorex, Hanbury, Hann, Harris, Hart, Hayward, Heams, Horder, Hill, Huggit, Humber, Hutchings, Jeffery, Jones, Kelloway, Langdon, Lawdy, Lock, Lock, Maine, Marchant, Marchant, Mattingley, Mead, Merrick, Morrish, Morrish, Nokes, Osborne, Palmer, Parham, Pike, Rhodes, Robbins, Rodd, Roles, Sanger, Scrase, Scriggin, Shepherd, Sherwin, Sims, Smaldridge, Smale, Stoate, Tapp, Tuffin, Wain, Waller, West, Wombwell, Woodhouse

GENERATION # 9

Alcock, Barber, Benet, Bennett, Bentley, Bowls, Burgis, Burridge, Carder, Charge, Clarke, Cole, Collis, Cook, Creech, Creech, Crispin, Crocker, Croxford, Davey, Dibben, Eastmond, Eve, Fielders, Fisher, Goff, Goodwin, Hanbury, Hann, Harris, Hart, Hiscock, Huggit, Humber, Jackson, Jeffery, Johns, Jones, Jones, Kelloway, Kennard, Langdon, Lawdy, Ley, Lock, Lock, Luddon, Maine, Marchant, Merrick, Mildon, Mills, Negus, Newton, Osborne, Parham, Pearce, Pike, Pointer, Rhodes, Robinson, Robins, Rodd, Sanger, Scrase, Scriggin, Sherwin, Sims, Smaldridge, Smale, Souch, Southcomb, Stoate, Tapp, Tawton, Trapp, Tuffin, Wain, Waller, Whitpayne, Whitworth, Womble

GENERATION # 10

Abbott, Alcock, Alderstone, Barber, Barne, Bennett, Bennett, Bentley, Bishop, Blackmore, Bowden, Burgis, Bysshe, Carder, Carter, Chipp, Coles, Creech, Crispin, Croscombe, Dibben, Eastmond, Fisher, Goff, Goff, Hanbury, Hann, Hare, Harris, Hart, Heyman, Hill, Hiscock, Holden, Holford, Hugget, Humber, Hunt, Kendon, Kennard, Lawdy, Ley, Lock, Lock, Luddon, Marchant, Mildon, Mogford, Negus, Osborne, Pike, Pointer, Rake, Richardson, Richard, Rodd, Sanger, Scrase, Scrase, Scriggin, Sherwin, Smaldridge, Smale, Southcomb, Southcomb, Stote, Tapp, Tawton, Thorne, Tuffin, Verey, Vincent, Waller, Wallis, Wareham, Westover, White, Whitpayne, Womble, Yeatman

GENERATION # 11

Abbott, Alderstone, Barber, Batt, Bennett, Bennett, Blackmore, Blundell, Bysshe, Carder, Chaloner, Coles, Crocker, Croscombe, Denys, Dibben, Dadscombe Eastmond, Fald, Franke, Gatland, Goff, Goff, Harris, Haselgrove, Heart, Heyman, Hine, Hiscock, Holford, Hooper, Hugget, Kennard, Ley, Lyndsel, Marchant, Metyard, Mildon, Monkley, Mummery, Muncke, Negus, Osborne, Pepper, Pilbeam, Rake, Rod, Scrase, Sherwin, Simmons, Smaldridge, Smale, Sole, Southcomb, St Loe, Stote, Tapp, Tawton, Thomas, Tuffin, Turner, Twynne, Vincent, Waller, Wareham, Weller, Westover, White, White, Whitpayne, Womble, Yeatman

GENERATION # 12

Alderstone, Alfrey, Baber, Banistare, Barber, Batt, Benner, Bennett, Bennett, Blackmore, Buckler, Burtenshaw, Burt, Bysshe, Chaloner, Coles, Coulstock, Datscombe, Eastmond, Franke, Gatland, Godwyn, Goff, Goff, Harris, Heart, Hedgecock, Hitchcock, Hitchcock, Holford, Hooper, Hynde, Kennard, Killingbeck, Ley, Marchant, Markwick, Mildon, Monkley, Mummery, Osborne, Pasmore, Patching, Pilbeam, Pollard, Sackett, Scrase, Smale, Sole, Southcomb, St Loe, Stevence, Stote, Symon, Tanner alias Mortimer, Tawton, Trinen, Tuffin, Wastfield, Westover, Whitpane, Whitpayne, Yate, Zeale

GENERATION # 13

Alchin, Alderstone, Alfrey, Amory, Ashefolde, Austen, Baber, Balcomb, Banistare, Batt, Bennett, Brotherton, Bull, Burtenshaw, Burt, Byles, Bysshe, Bysshe, Chaloner, Chatfield, Coles, Coulstock, Eastmond, Friend, Gallopp, Garlefforde, Gatland, Goff, Grove, Harland, Hitchcock, Holford, Holford, Hungerford, Hyde, Hynde, Kennard, Killingbeck, Knight, Luxford, Marchant, Markwick, Mildon, Mummery, Patching, Payne, Pekarde, Penfolde, Pilbeam, Pollard, Sackett, Seale, Smale, Southcomb, St Loe, Symons, Warren, Wastfield, Whitmore, Whitpayne, Whitstone, Willes, Zeale

GENERATION # 14

Alfrey, Ashefolde, Ashlock, Baber, Balcombe, Banistare, Barnfill, Batt, Bennett, Blackmore, Blimerden, Bond, Brotherton, Bull, Burtenshaw, Bysshe, Bysshe, Caplyn, Chaloner, Courthorp, Cowper, Davaye, Eastmond, Ferrers, Gatland, Grove, Gylmin, Harland, Hitchcock, Holford, Hungerford, Hyde, Kennard, Leigh, Luxford, Marchant, Mayhew, Michelborne, Mildon, Moore, Newnam, Pilbeam, Pollard, Sackett, Saxbie, Saxbysshe, Seale, Sibell, Snowe, St Barbe, St Loe, Stile, Tompson, Warren, Whitmore, Whitstone

GENERATION # 15

Aldy, Ashlock, Baber, Balcombe, Banistare, Barker, Barker, Batt, Bedyll, Bennett, Bond, Bostoch, Boydell, Burtenshaw, Bysshe, Bysshe, Carew, Chaloner, Chatfield, Combe, Darell, Gatland, Glymin, Groves, Guillam, Harland, Hitchcock, Holford, Hother, Hungerford, Hyde, Kingston, Leigh, Luxford, Marchant, Mayhew, Michelborne, Moore, Okenden, Pilbeam, Sackett, Savage, Scott, Sexby, Sibell, St Barbe, St Loe, Stile, Thistlethwayte, Topp, Warren, Whitmore, Willett, Wintershull

GENERATION # 16

Adams, Arundell, Ashlock, Baber, Barker, Berkeley, Blount, Bond, Bourman, Bridmore, Burtenshaw, Bysshe, Bysshe, Chaloner, Croft, Darell, Gravenor, Grey, Groves, Harland, Hill, Hungerford, Huyde, Kingston, Kynveton, Leigh, Mascall, Mayhew, Michelborne, Payne, Redingers, Sandys, Savage, Sibell, Slyfield, Somerset, St Barbe, St Loe, Thistlethwayte, Topp, Whitmore, Willett, Wintershull

GENERATION # 17

Arundell, Barker, Beaufort, Berkeley, Bickham, Blount, Bond, Bostock, Bourman, Bridmore, Burton, Bysshe, Bysshe, Chaloner, Cornwall, Croft, Darell, Davenport, Dinham, Fielding, Gravenor, Gravenor, Grey, Halle, Haute, Herbert, Hill, Hungerford, Huyde, Kyneveton, Kyneveton, Lee, Lusher, Mascall, Mayhew, Redingers, Saint John, Sandes, Savage, Seymour, Slyfield, Sprenchose, St Barbe, Stafford, Sydenham, Wilbraham, Wintershull, Zouche, Zouche

GENERATION # 18

Arches, Arundell, Aylesbury, Barker, Barre, Beaufort, Berkeley, Berleigh, Bird, Blount, Bond, Bostock, Bourman, Burnell, Burton, Bysshe, Calston, Chidiocke, Cornwall, Croft, Darell, Davenport, Dinham, Dutton, Fielding, Goulston, Gravenor, Gravenor, Grey, Halle, Harcourt, Haute, Herbert, Hill, Hill, Hungerford, Huyde, Kendall, Lee, Lowe, Lusher, MacWilliam, Mascall, Massie, Mayhew, Montford, Rawson, Ridley, Russell, Saint Barbe, Saint John, Sandes, Sandes, Savage, Seymour, Slyfield, Sprencheaux, Stafford, Stourton, Swettenham, Sydenham, Venables, Vernon, Walwyn, Wilbraham, Wintershull, Wokindon, Wydeville, Wydeville, Wynnesbury, Zouche, de St Liz

GENERATION # 19

Arches, Arundel, Astley, Aylesbury, Barker, Barre, Beauchamp, Beaufort, Bedlisgate, Belers, Berkeley, Berleigh, Bethum, Bird, Blount, Bostock, Botoner, Bowerman, Burdet, Burghersh, Burnell, Bysshe, Calston, Chelrey, Chidiocke, Cornwall, Coven, Croft, Darrell, Davenport, De Overton, De Swettenham, Denys, Devereux, Dinham, Dinham, Dutton, Edmonds, Esturmy, Fielding, Francis, Golborne, Goulston, Grey, Harcourt, Hathaway, Haute, Herbert, Hill, Houghton, Humphreston, Hungerford, Hussey, Huyde, Kendall, Lathebrooke, Lee, Lee, Legh, Lovel, Lowe, Lumley, Lussher, Luxembourg, MacWilliam, Malpas, Massie, Michelborne, Montfort, Norris, Owain, Pabenham, Payne, Peche, Penpons, Peverell, Purefoy, Rawson, Ridley, Russell, Sandes, Sandys, Savage, Seymour, Seymour, Sprencheaux, St Barbe, Stafford, Stanley, Steward, Stourton, Strange, Sydenham, Talbot, Tuchet, Venables, Venables, Vernon, Walwyn, Warren, Wilbraham, Wintershull, Wise, Wydeville, Wydeville, Wynnesbury, de St Liz

GENERATION # 20

Adderbury, Arches, Arderne, Arundel, Astley, Aylesbury, Barker, Barre, Baux, Beauchamp, Beaufort, Bechton, Bedlisgate, Bedlisgate, Berkeley, Berkeley, Berleigh, Bickerton, Bird, Blount, Bostock, Botetourt, Bowerman, Brereton, Brockbury, Buntingsdale, Burdet, Burghersh, Burnell, Burnell, Butler, Calston, Carminow, Chidiock, Childrey, Clinton, Coleclough, Combe, Cornwall, Courtenay, Courtenay, Courtenay, Coven, Crawthorne, Croft, Croyser, Darrell, Davenport, De Overton, De Seyton, Devereux, Dinham, Dinham, Dutton, Engaine, Esturmy, Fielding, FitzWarin, Fraunceys, Frethorne, Froxmere, Fulford, Godard, Golborne, Goushill, Grey, Grey, Hanham, Hanmer, Harcourt, Hastings, Hathaway, Haute, Haviock, Helyon, Hill, Holand, Holland, Houghton, Humphreston, Hungerford, Hussey, Hussey, Huyde, Lambourne, Lawton, Lea, Lee, Lee, Legh, Legh, Longland, Longueville, Lovel, Lumley, Luxembourg, Malpas, Merbury, Mohun, Montfort, Moraunt, Neville, Pabenham, Pecche, Penpons, Peverell, Pigot, Prudhome, Purefoy, Rawson, Ros, Roucle, Russell, Sandes, Sandes, Savage, Savage, Seymour, Seymour, Shelving, Spaynell, St. Barbe, Stafford, Stanley, Stavelegh, Steward, Stourton, Strange, Strange, Strange, Strange, Sydenham, Talbot, Tuchet, Venables, Venables, Vernon, Vernon, Walwyn, Wevers, Whitton, Wilbraham, Willoughby, Wintershull, Wise, Wolfeston, Wydeville, Wydeville, Wynnesbury, ap Gruffudd, ap Thomas, ferch Dafydd

GENERATION # 21

Abberbury, Abernon, Arches, Arderne, Argentine, Arundel, Astley, Aylesbury, Banastre, Barker, Barre, Basset, Basset, Baux, Beauchamp, Beauchamp, Beauchamp, Bechton, Bedlisgate, Berkeley, Berkeley, Berkeley, Bickerton, Bird, Blount, Bodrugan, Bostock, Boteler, Botetourt, Botreaux, Bowerman, Bozom, Bradshaw, Brampton, Brereton, Britt, Brockbury, Bromwich, Burdett, Burghersh, Burghersh, Burnell, Butler, Butler, Calston, Chetwynd, Chidiock, Childrey, Clinton, Clinton, Cobham, Combe, Cornwall, Corona, Courtenay, Courtenay, Crawthorne, Croft, Crozier, Dacre, Darrell, Davenport, Davenport, Davenport, De Bechton, DeHull, DeWevers, Delingrige, Devereux, Dinham, Dutton, Dutton, Egerton, Engaine, Enghien, Esturmy, Ferrers, Ferrers, Fielding, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzJohn, FitzWarin, Francis, Frethorne, Froxmere, Fulford, Furneaux, Garshill, Gerston, Golborne, Goushill, Grey, Grey, Grey, Gwilym, Hamaps, Hanham, Hanmer, Harcourt, Harcourt, Harrington, Hastings, Hastings, Hathaway, Haudlo, Haute, Haviock, Herring, Holand, Holland, Holland, Hougham, Houghton, Hulme, Humphreston, Hungerford, Hussey, Hussey, Hussey, Hyde, Kerdeston, Langton, Lawton, Lea, Lee, Lee, Legh, Legh, Lisle, Lisle, Llewelyn, Llewelyn, London, Longland, Longslow, Longueville, Lovel, Lumley, Luscote, Luxembourg, Lyons, Macclesfield, Malbank, Malpas, Marmion, Merbury, Moels, Moels, Mohun, Montfort, Moraunt, Morley, Neville, Orsini, Pabenham, Pembridge, Pembrugge, Percy, Peverell, Peverel, Pigot, Plantagenet, Prudhome, Purefoy, Roet, Ros, Roucle, Russell, Sandes, Savage, Savage, Say, Seymour, Seyton, Shareshull, Shelving, St Lo, St Maur, St. Martin, Stafford, Stafford, Stafford, Stanley, Stockhay, Stourton, Strange, Strange, Strange, Strange, Swynnerton, Swynnerton, Sydenham, Talbot, Thornton, Trussell, Tuchet, Ufford, Ufford, Venables, Venables, Venables, Venables, Vernon, Vernon, Vernon, Wevers, Whiton, Wigland, Wilbraham, Willoughby, Wintershull, Wise, Wolfeston, Wydeville, Zouche, ap Gruffudd, ap Gwilym, atte Halle, de Buntingsdale, de Helyon, de Napton, de Newnham, de la Mare, ferch Thomas, le Boteler

GENERATION # 22

Abberbury, Abernon, Apulderfeld, Archdeacon or Archdekne, Arderne, Argentine, Arundel, Astley, Astley, Aubigny, Audley, Aulnay, Aylesbury, Bacun, Bagaley, Baggard, Baggiley, Banastre, Barker, Barry, Basset, Basset, Baux, Beauchamp, Beauchamp, Beauchamp, Beauchamp, Beauchamp, Bedlisgate, Beke, Berkeley, Berkeley, Berkeley, Bird, Blount, Bodrugan, Bohun, Bohun, Bolhay, Bostock, Boteler, Boteler, Boteler, Botetourt, Botreaux, Bowerman, Boye, Bozom, Branscombe, Brereton, Britt, Bromwich, Burghersh, Burghersh, Burnell, Burnell, Burnell, Butler, Calston, Carminow, Champernon, Chetwynd, Chidiock, Childrey, Châtillon, Clifford, Clifford, Clinton, Cobham, Combe, Comyn, Corbet, Cornwall, Cornwall, Corona, Cotton, Cotton, Courtenay, Crew, Croft, Crophull, Crozier, Dacre, Dameral, Danyers, Darcy, Darrell, Davenport, Davenport, De Fulford, De Glamorgan, De La Lynde, De Marbury, De Verdon, Delingrige, Despenser, Devereux, Dinham, Dokenfield, Dutton, Dutton, Egerton, Egerton, Engaine, Enghien, English, Erdington, Esturmy, Fauconberg, Ferrers, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzJohn, FitzPayn, FitzWarin, Fitzpayn, Foliot, Fortescue, Fraunceys, Froxmere, Furneaux, Furnival, Garshill, Gerston, Giffard, Goushill, Grach, Grene, Grenville, Grey, Grey, Grey, Grey, Grey, Gruffydd, Haddon, Hainaut, Hanham, Hanmer, Hanmer, Harcourt, Harrington, Hastang, Hastings, Haudlo, Haute, Hellesby, Herdeburgh, Herring, Herring, Heytesbury, Hoghton, Holand, Holand, Holand, Howel, Howick, Hull, Hulme, Hungerford, Hussey, Hussey, Hydon, Kerdeston, Keynes, Langdon, Langton, Lathom, Latimer, Lea, Lee, Lee, Legh, Legh, Lisle, Lisle, Lisle, London, Longland, Longslow, Lorty, Lovel, Lovel, Lumley, Luscote, Luxembourg, Lyons, Macclesfield, Madog, Malbank, Malpas, Mare, Marmion, Marynes, Mautravers, Millaton, Minshull, Misterton, Moels, Mohun, Montfort, Moraunt, Morley, Morley, Mortimer, Mortimer, Mortimer, Multon, Napton, Neville, Norwich, Oakley, Oddingseles, Offord, Oldcastle, Orsini, Pabenham, Parker, Pauncefoot, Paveley, Pembridge, Pembridge, Pennington, Percy, Peverel, Peverel, Pigot, Plantagenet, Plantagenet, Plantagenet, Purcell, Purefoy, Pypard, Radcliffe, Raleigh, Roet, Roscelin, Ros, Roucle, Russell, Sabran, Salemon, San Severino, Sandes, Savage, Say, Segrave, Senlis, Seyton, Shareshull, Shelving, Somery, St John, St John, St Lo, St Maur, St Paul, St Philibert, St. Martin, Stafford, Stafford, Stafford, Stafford, Stafford, Standon, Stanley, Stockhay, Stourton, Strange, Strange, Strange, Strange, Strange, Swynnerton, Sydenham, Talbot, Thornton, Thweng, Toeni, Toeni, Tour, Trussell, Tuchet, Ufford, Ufford, Uvedale, Valence, Venables, Venables, Venables, Venables, Venables, Verch Ednyfed Llwyd, Verdun, Verdun, Verdun, Vernon, Vernon, Vernon, Vernon, Vesci, Walbyf, Warenne, Warenne, Wevers, Whettenhall, Wigland, Wilbraham, Willoughby, Wise, Wolfeston, Wolvey, Woodcock, Wrenbury, Wydeville, Zouche, Zouche, ap Hywel, ap Jenkin, ap Llewelyn, atte Halle, de Buntingsdale, de Hyde, de Newnham, de Vere, ferch Gruffudd, ferch Ieuan

GENERATION # 23

Abberbury, Abernon, Andria, Anneville, Ap Gruffydd, Apuldirfeld, Arderne, Arderne, Argentine, Arundel, Astley, Astley, Aubigny, Audley, Audley, Audley, Audley, Aulnay, Aylesbury, Bacon, Badlesmere, Badlesmere, Badlesmere, Bagaley, Baggaleigh, Baggard, Baggard, Banastre, Banastre, Barry, Basset, Basset, Basset, Bateman, Baumville, Baux, Baux, Baux, Beauchamp, Beauchamp, Beauchamp, Beauchamp, Beauchamp, Beaumont, Beke, Beke, Bereford, Bere, Bere, Berkeley, Berkeley, Berkeley, Bickerton, Bird, Blancminster, Blount, Bodrugan, Bohun, Bohun, Bohun, Bolhay, Bontishall, Bosley, Bostock, Boteler, Boteler, Boteler, Boteler, Botetourt, Botetourt, Botreaux, Boye, Bozom, Branscombe, Brereton, Brienne, Broadspeare, Bromwich, Bruce, Brun, Burghersh, Burnell, Burnell, Butler, Butler, Calston, Cantilupe, Cantilupe, Cantilupe, Capet, Carminow, Celano, Champernon, Chaworth, Chenduit, Chetwynd, Chidiock, Châtillon, Clare, Clare, Clavering, Clifford, Clifford, Clifford, Clinton, Clinton, Cobham, Colvill, Combe, Comyn, Corbet, Corbet, Corbet, Cornwall, Corona, Cotton, Courtenay, Courtenay, Courtenay, Cray, Croft, Crophull, Crosslegh, Dacre, Dafydd, Dampierre, Daniell, Danyers, Darrell, Davenport, De Marbury, De Passenham, DeGlamorgan, Deincourt, Despenser, Despenser, Despenser, Despenser, Devereux, Dinham, Dodescombe, Dutton, Dutton, Dutton, Egerton, Egerton, Einion, Elleford, Elyon, Engaine, Enghien, English, Erdington, Estendart, Esturmy, Evercy, Falewell, Fauconberge, Ferrers, Ferrers, Ferrers, Fiennes, Fissacre, Fitton, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzAlan, FitzJohn, FitzJohn, FitzMarmaduke, FitzPayn, FitzPayn, FitzPiers, FitzThomas, FitzUrse, FitzWalter, FitzWarin, Fitzgerald, Foliot, Fortescue, Francis, Fraunceys, Fulford, Fulford, Furneaux, Furneaux, Furnival, Geneville, Giffard, Giffard, Gothayre, Goushill, Greinville, Grenville, Grey, Grey, Grey, Grey, Grey, Grey, Grosvenor, Gruffudd Farwn Gwyn, Haddon, Hainaut, Hanmer, Harcourt, Harley, Harrington, Hastang, Hastings, Haudlo, Haute, Hedersett, Helsby, Herdeburgh, Hereford, Heytesbury, Heytesbury, Heyton, Hoghton, Holand, Holand, Holand, Holtby, Houghton, Howick, Hughley, Hulme, Hungerford, Hungerford, Huntingfield, Hussey, Hussey, Hussey, Hydon, Iowerth, Kerdeston, Keynes, Langfield, Langton, Lathom, Latimer, Lee, Lee, Legh, Leybourne, Lisle, Lisle, Llewelyn, Llewelyn, Llewelyn, Longchamp, Longslow, Lorty, Lovel, Lovel, Lovel, Lucy, Lumley, Lusignan, Luxembourg, Lynde, Lyons, Macclesfield, Macclesfield, Mainwaring, Malbank, Malpas, Maltravers, Mandeville, Marmion, Marynes, Massey, Mere, Minshull, Misterton, Moels, Mohun, Montfort, Moraunt, Morley, Mortimer, Mortimer, Mortimer, Mortimer, Mortimer, Multon, Munchensy, Neville, Newmarch, Norreys, Norwich, Norwich, Oakley, Odingsells, Odingsells, Odingsells, Oldcastle, Orreby, Orsini, Oxton, Pabenham, Parker, Paveley, Peck, Pembridge, Pennington, Percy, Peverel, Pigot, Plantagenet, Plantagenet, Plantagenet, Plantagenet, Plantagenet, Plantagenet, Plantagenet, Plaunche, Plessis, Poteford, Purcell, Purefoy, Putot, Pypard, Pypard, Radcliffe, Raleigh, Rockley, Roscelyn, Ros, Ros, Ros, Ros, Rous, Sabran, Saint Pierre, Salemon, Saluzzo, San Severino, Sandes, Sanford, Savage, Say, Segrave, Senlis, Septvans, Seyton, Shareshull, Shirford, Somery, Somery, Soulis, St John, St John, St John, St Liz, St Lo, St Martin, St Maur, St Philibert, St Pierre, Stafford, Stafford, Stafford, Stafford, Stafford, Stafford, Stafford, Stafford, Standon, Stanley, Stockhay, Stourton, Stourton, Strange, Strange, Strange, Strange, Swynnerton, Sydenham, Talbot, Thornton, Thornton, Thornton, Thwenge, Thweng, Tiptoft, Toeni, Toeni, Toeni, Tour, Trevage, Trussell, Trussell, Tuchet, Ufford, Ufford, Uvedale, Valence, Valoignes, Valoignes, Valois, Venables, Venables, Venables, Venables, Verdon, Verdun, Verdun, Vernon, Vernon, Vernon, Vipont, Wake, Wake, Walbief, Walton, Warenne, Warenne, Wettenhall, Wevers, Wigland, Wilbraham, Willoughby, Winnington, Wise, Wolvey, Wolvey, Woodcock, Wrenbury, Wydeville, Zouche, Zouche, Zouche, Zouche, Zouche, ab Owen, ap Hywel, ap Hywel, ap Madog, ap Rhys, ap Thomas, de Hyde, de Knoxville, de Millaton, de Pulford, de Reeves, de Stockport, de Vere, de Vere, de Vere, de Wauton, de la Hull, ferch Flaidd, ferch Gruffydd ap Madog, ferch Gruffydd ap Madog, ferch Hopkin, ferch Robert, l' Arcedekne, verch Dafydd, verch Ieuan


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Hi monika. Im a decendant of richard Hitchcock and im researching if he's related in someway to alfred Hitchcock. Can you help me?
posted by Kellie Corner
Hi Kellie, sadly, so far have not found any connection with Alfred Hitchcock.
posted by Monica Edmunds
Hi Monica. Thanks for the comment on Leigh-1042. I've tried to dig up as many sources as possible and post links to them in the comments. I have a bunch of deadlines telling me I have to leave it there for now, but please feel free to look into it further.
posted by Andrew Lancaster
Hi Monica,

Why did you change the parents of https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Braybrooke-41? Her mother's profile was just reviewed and badged by the Magna Carta Project in July, so those connections were recently verified by the project. You left no explanation on the profiles of Isabel or Nicole and I'm confused.

FYI: Relationship changes should always be discussed with the appropriate projects before proceeding. See: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Help:Communication_Before_Editing.

Please let me know whats going on with these profiles. Thanks, Traci

posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi Traci, sorry to be abrupt. The source seemed compelling and better researched than anything else we had. To be niece of Joan de la Pole, she had to be daughter (as the source says) of the Gerald who died in 1429. History of Parliament records a daughter, though unnamed to Eleanor St. Amand. Have a look at this passage and let me know if there is anything to refute it (meanwhile I'll have a check in the archives tomorrow to see if anything else turns up): "Thomas was the son of Sir William Chaworth of Medbourne, Leicestershire, and Alice Caltoft, who inherited valuable estates centred on Wiverton in south Nottinghamshire, where Thomas built his manor house (Genealogical Table, p. 134). He was twice married, first to Nicola Braybrook (d. 1411), by whom he had a daughter Elizabeth, and secondly (by 1415) to Isabella Aylesbury who later inherited lands in many midland counties, as well as the advowson of the Leicestershire priory of Launde. As a result, Thomas became the richest of the county elite.

He ran into trouble early in his career: first he was imprisoned for a month in October 1411 in the Tower of London for involvement in a riot in Nottinghamshire together with others of the local gentry, including Sir John Leek, Sir John Zouche and John Fynderne. More seriously, he was again arrested in January 1414, this time in connection with the revolt of the Lollard Sir John Oldcastle, though whether Chaworth had Lollard sympathies is not apparent. Possibly his conspicuous possession of devotional books in English was already in evidence and caused suspicion at this sensitive time. More probably it was his association with other East Midland gentry involved with Oldcastle, especially lawyers such as Thomas Tykhill of Aston-on-Trent, Henry Bothe of Littleover, and John Fynderne, that got him into trouble. Or questions may have arisen as a result of the family connections of Chaworth’s first wife: her father Sir Gerard Braybrook (d. 1429) has been suspected (probably unfairly) of having Lollard sympathies, and her aunt, Reginald Braybook’s widow, married Oldcastle. Whatever the cause, Chaworth spent five months in the tower.”

Looking at the dates, seems much more likely she would be born to the younger Braybrooke. The elder one was born ca. 1332, the younger ca 1354. The latter was married by ca 1393 (son Gerard dvp ca 1422 made proof of age in 2 Hen V (1414/15). Nicola died in 1411 after having only one child, probably early in her marriage, suggesting a birth say 1380 if her daughter was born ca 1400 (assuming neither were married underage as was often the case). By this time the elder Braybrooke would have been about 48 and the younger one 26. Sir Thomas Chaworth's second wife was born ca 1402, for comparison. (see ipm for her nephew Hugh Aylesbury https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=wu.89079952164&view=1up&seq=272&skin=2021)

I'll do more digging though.

posted by Monica Edmunds
edited by Monica Edmunds
Hi Monica,

Thank you for your help with Edward Horton's profile, (Horton-7817). My Horton's were from Trowbridge in Wiltshire i.e. William Horton (Horton-7235) and Fanny (Rex) Horton. I am sure they are related to Edward Horton's side of the family but have no sources to prove so. I have not been able to find anything concrete about my William and Fanny Horton's ancestors as yet. So am interested in all Horton families working in cloth trade around that area and time period for clues of where my Hortons fit in. Thanks again Monica :)

Thanks, Kathy. I have a lot of relatives in this area and they all seem to link up. I'm not descended from the Hortons, as far as I know, but I'm interested in them and the families they married into. I just downloaded several Horton wills (still free from Discovery) and maybe there will be something there that will help place your Hortons. I still have relatives in Frome and have an affection for the place.
posted by Monica Edmunds
Hi Monica,

I haven't heard of Discovery-where is that? Then I can go have a look, Thanks.

Hi Kathy, if you google "archives uk" you'll find the National archives at Kew

https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ Discovery is the name of their catalogue. You can narrow the search by decade or use the advanced search feature to narrow dates to a specific window. If you put, for example, Horton Will and select the 1500-1599 option, you will get all the combinations of those two words, e.g. https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/details/r/D921013 Once you make a profile, the wills are free at present. They used to be £3.50 each, so this is a treat :)

posted by Monica Edmunds
Monica - Thanks so much for your additions to the profile for Lawrence Raynsford Knt. (abt.1419-1490). I had adopted the profile when WikiTree showed him to be a lineal ancestor, which it no longer does, so I orphaned the profile... in case you were interested in adopting it.

Cheers, Liz

posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
Thanks, Liz, I'm afraid I only added that as I stumbled on it while looking at the Darrells. The George mentioned is an ancestor of mine and I don't know of any connection he has to this manor of Rowden in Chippenham. It's about 40 miles from Littlecote. Thought it might be of use to someone down the road, maybe. And thanks a lot for you vote of confidence, it made my day yesterday :)
posted by Monica Edmunds
You deserve it! You make my day every time you share the info you find to a profile on my watchlist!
posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
Hey Monica, Thanks for contacting me about our common ancestors James Tuffin and Ruth Hiscock. That puts us back there quit aways, 1700/1704. I have information on the Tuffin line which came from Pat Tuffin who was on Rootsweb some time ago. No information on the Hiscock line. Willing to exchange any information I have.
posted by Robert Wood
Hello again Monica, when you have time could you please cast your eye on William Beauchamp - 440 in the G2G entered by Darlene, Lois Tilton suggested I ask you as a member of the pre 1500/medieval team. One of the answers given by Laura throws up a third wife! Thank you Malcolm.
posted by Malc Rowlands
edited by Malc Rowlands
Hi, Malcolm, I'll have a look.
posted by Monica Edmunds
Thank you for your reply Monica, I have now found a more reliable source for the Dalyngridge family.

Sources - http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1386-1421/member/dallingridge-sir-edward-1346-1393 Sir Edward.

http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1386-1421/member/dallingridge-sir-john-1408 Sir John.

posted by Malc Rowlands
Hello Monica, I have posted a new comment on Bridget Mauduit (Mauduit - 21) sorry it’s rather long but I think it clears things up a little. There definitely is confusion with Senlis/St Liz, Balistarius/Bullistra and unknown’s in this lineage and quite a lot of merging is needed (I am not pre 1500 accredited).
posted by Malc Rowlands
Hi. Can you tell me why Vivonia-11 needs a Sir on his name please?
posted by Andrew Lancaster
Hi Andrew, he was a knight, so I assumed he would have also been a "sir". Perhaps that was not the case in those days? Had an email today from Douglas Richardson pointing out that these profiles need some work, so I was taking another look at them.
posted by Monica Edmunds
I guess he is in a period where this is debatable, but certainly for earlier knights I'd suggest some caution about this. Knight (and the various words in other languages) originally just meant a soldier or even an armed thug. It was not any kind of title of distinction, and armed thugs did not walk around expecting people to treat them as nobility, only as scary. The title "sir" developed later, along with the idea that a knight was a member of a noble order. A lot of such terminology (also "baron") is period-dependent. I was asking the question because I was interested to understand what was going on.

There have been discussions about this BTW, but I don't have a handy link, and I can't remember if we agreed an informal cut-off for when to start treating knights as "sirs". I believe the idea was to start when the bigger orders started. I'd guess around mid 1200s. The English title "Lord" (or "Baron") does not start until later, because in English this normally refers to people called to the parliaments after de Montfort - as in Complete Peerage.

posted by Andrew Lancaster
Perhaps best to take it off then, as it serves no real purpose. I note that Richardson calls him Sir John de Vivonne, which probably was what prompted me to add it in. But, as you say, it's so early we don't have a handle on what terminology was in use.
posted by Monica Edmunds
I leave it up to you. If DR used it, I guess that's one reason to keep it.
posted by Andrew Lancaster
I'll send you his most recent notes on John via the private option. I think he may have made some revisions. He says he has updated his entry for Hugh as recently as today.
posted by Monica Edmunds
Thanks

Do you know what caught my attention is the early birth year, but if I look now at the death year this type of terminology makes perfect sense.

So having wasted your time (Sorry!) I'll try to excuse myself with a minor question: Is the birth year in Wikitree too early?

)

Best Regards

Andrew

posted by Andrew Lancaster
My guess would be closer to, say, 1252. Father died in 1257 so 1258 would be end limit. If he had been born ca 1220 his mother would be past childbearing age when she remarried, but she had at least one more child after 1257.
posted by Monica Edmunds
Sounds reasonable. I notice DR says adult by 1274, meaning probably already before 1274. I would tend to use 1250, also because it looks like a round number and estimate, and I worry about later editors sometimes misunderstanding which bits of our information are "real".
posted by Andrew Lancaster
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posted by Pip Sheppard
Hello Monica, and many thanks for your helpful response on https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Trethurffe-3. Much of the alleged information on the profile is of course fake, but the managers are not taking responsibility and I'm not allowed to touch pre-1500 cases. Having done the research, would you like to pursue it? Regards, Chas.
posted by [Living Bethune]
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posted by Pip Sheppard
Works for me!
posted by [Living Hampson]
Hi Monica, I don't have a problem with the concept of adding Thomas, but how will you do it? Are you going to add an unknown mother, daughter of Sir John?

Chris

posted by [Living Hampson]
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The Appreciation Team thanks you for all for your hard work for reaching 1000+ (actually, over 1200!) contributions for the month July 2019. Onward and upward!

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posted by Pip Sheppard
I never knew anything about Adam fitz John, except that he definitely didn't belong to the parents he had at the time.

However, I see that I set the Uncertain flags, not knowing any better at the time. When you add new parents, those flags might reappear.

posted by [Living Horace]
Hello, Monica!

Very well done on your making 1,000 or more contributions to WikiTree in June 2019! We commend and appreciate all of your time and effort in helping to grow and perfect our Shared Tree. Keep up the great work!

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posted by Pip Sheppard
Hello again, Monica. While not really worried about the landholdings or the male descendants of Anthony Hungerford, I am alarmed at possibly undocumented daughters but don't intend to pursue the question now. Regards, Chas.
posted by [Living Bethune]
Hello Monica! On https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Hungerford-63, the present text says that the manor passed from Sir John (died 1582) to his second wife Eleanor (died 1591) and then to Sir John's grandson Sir Anthony (died 1627). It is of course possible, as you say, that on Eleanor's death the property went to her stepson Anthony (died 1594) and then to his son Sir Anthony (died 1627), but the profile does not actually say so. Regards, Chas.
posted by [Living Bethune]

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