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Noticed your remark on G2G. Are you sure there is a connection between the Kemps and William Malet the surety baron? Interesting to me if true.
posted by Andrew Lancaster
Hi RJ Thanks for the Lisours-6 and Lisours-1 merge proposal which I have approved. As I recall the former was cut out of a tree where she didn’t belong. If I’m honest I forgot to tidy it up, there needs to be a reprocessing bin!
posted by Michael Christmas
Good morning RJ, I hope you are well and safe wherever you are. Noticed the following edit. Please retain links to profiles in Disputed Origins sections. Thanks.

I reverted the edit.

posted by Jillaine Smith
Slow but sure -- you added a comment to Thomas Arundel (Arundel-25) in 2016 and today I adopted the profile and incorporated the information into his profile...Thanks for all you do!

Now I'll have to figure out how he ties in -- he must -- to the other Arundels!

posted by Jack Day

This is an experiment with the new system. Posting a reply on my own profile feels weird. You won't see it unless it's emailed.

There was an earlier Arundel family, which appeared in Yorkshire soon after 1100

posted by RJ Horace
Thank you for the merger research. WikiTree's relationship finder projects that: "William (Montfort) de Montfort and Ron Campbell (Campbell-25710) are both descendants of Joan (Clinton) Griffith."
posted by Ron Campbell
Interesting about Judith Ward. Thanks for showing me.
posted by Cindi (Whipple) Clark
Hi Rj, re merge of Hawise Montacute wife of Roger Bavant, I'm a bit concerned as I think there were two Rogers, one who married Joan and a son who married Hawise. But I see two Hawises, one married to the elder and one to the younger. The Roger mentioned as "grandson of Alice" in the profile of the elder, is actually the younger one who was grandson of Alice Scudamore. The merge would make one Hawise the wife of both Rogers. I don't think there really are two Hawises, and the one married to the elder Roger should be disconnected if she is to be merged with the wife of the younger. I do have death dates for the younger one, though which maybe I can add later (1350/1 in one source, 1355 in another). btw, there doesn't seem to be any source for Hawise being a Montacute. I have not looked closely at this family, so there is probably a lot of information I'm missing.
posted by Monica Edmunds
Hi RJ,

Thanks for the research you put in the comments on Norton-3838. I added your research to the bio of his wife Fernley-45. Appreciate your great collaboration. Thanks.


Thought you might be interested to know, we now have a source for

john De Dinham, born about 1318. He married before 27 March 1357 Muriel De (Courtenay-143), daughter of Thomas de Courtenay, by Muriel, daughter of John de Moels, 4th Lord Moels.

Royal Ancestry volume II, page 456 DINHAM 6.

Best Regards Bettye

I see you are familiar with Omerud's history of Cheshire, England. Although Omerud is not w/o errors, the late Cheshire historian Joan Leach told me Omerud based much of his history on that of Peter Leycester of Nether Tabley, and the latter was quite accurate in Joan's opinion. I recently joined WikiTree hoping it would be better than Family Search, and I will be happy to perform an audit on the Daniell or Danyers family of Over Tabley. My ancestor Robert Daniell of East Anglia has never been positively linked to the Over Tabley family, but I have collected much info & data over the years. I am also on Ancestry and Find A Grave.
posted by Carleton Cox

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