C. Mackinnon

C. Mackinnon

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On 30 Jul 2018 at 12:52 GMT Jack Day wrote:

Hi, you proposed two merges in the pre-742 zone -- a lot of these profiles have bad LNABs, and the correct LNAB needs to be figured out before the merge. I'm sure the one I rejected are the same person, but I don't know if they ever exactly existed, and what their correct LNAB should be. I don't do merges wilthout doing the research first. The second proposed merge has gone through because I was able to research the profiles and get good sources, get on the trusted list to correct the LNAB, do the merge immediately and then do the post-merge cleanup. That's what I aspire to! BTW, I adopt every orphaned profile I see that is pre-742 so that it has a pre-1500 qualified PM. If there are any of these you would like to manage yourself, you have only to give the word!  :)

On 21 Jul 2018 at 00:39 GMT John Atkinson wrote:

I've been researching the Champneis etc families because some merges I proposed revealed a problem, and in the process came across the book that has the Pedigree of William of Wykeham. It's 'Life of William of Wykeham, sometime bishop of Winchester and lord high chancellor of England', by George Herbert Mobely, published 1887. See here https://archive.org/stream/lifeofwilliamofw00mobe#page/272

On 27 Jun 2018 at 15:44 GMT James Dill wrote:

The Streatfeilds, Streatfields or Stretfields are an historic English family from Chiddingstone, Kent, traceable to the early 16th century and a possible cadet branch of the Noble House of Stratford. They were significant landowners in Sussex, Surrey and Kent, and instrumental in shaping those counties throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. The family seat was Chiddingstone Castle (originally High Street House).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Streatfeild_family#cite_note-2

They generally tended to spell it Streatfeild

J Dill

On 22 Jun 2018 at 01:22 GMT James Stratman wrote:

Thank you for catching that about John Catesby. I have corrected the LNAB to John Brome. I also changed the married name of Lettice Catesby to Brome.

On 17 Jun 2018 at 23:23 GMT James Stratman wrote:

Thank you for your research on this C. I think it is great that you also mention Sir Nicholas Wadham as a potential husband of Margaret Seymour on the profiles. I'm not sure there is enough evidence to say conclusively. I think it is about 50/50 possibility. When I started with the Magna Carta Project Douglas Richardson was the standard that was referred to above all else. That isn't to say he is infallible, but that he has always been the authoritative source. It is important to keep an open mind and I'm happy to see you consider that possibility. I have no problem with you wishing to add Sir Nicholas Wadham as the father of Jane with the sources you have listed. I just don't think there is enough evidence to remove William Wadham as the husband of Margaret Seymour. My personal opinion.

On 15 Jun 2018 at 08:02 GMT James Stratman wrote:

Hi C. Mackinnon,

Douglas Richardson's Royal Ancestry, Vol IV, page 618. clearly states that John Seymour and Elizabeth Darell, had four sons and four daughters including Margaret (wife of William Wadham, Knt.) I do place the most importance on Douglas Richardson's source.

On 14 Jun 2018 at 17:03 GMT James Stratman wrote:

Hi C. Mackinnon,

I checked on the husband of Margaret Seymour but even though Wikipedia mentions Nicholas Wadham as her husband I don't see any citation listed. I do see William Wadham, Knt listed as her husband in several sources: Douglas Richardson, Royal Ancestry, 2013, Vol IV, page 618. and also in: Annals of the Seymours : being a history of the Seymour family from early times to within a few years of the present by St. Maur, H, Publication date 1902, pages 16-17.

I hope that helps. Let me know if you have further questions. Regards, James

On 12 Jun 2018 at 11:44 GMT SM Reaper wrote:

Hello, I will take a look at Robert Greene profile and let you know what I find.

On 6 Jun 2018 at 20:48 GMT Wendy (Ling) Sullivan wrote:

Hi C

You have received the England badge for being an active member of the England Project.

Thank you!!

Wendy

On 29 May 2018 at 22:51 GMT Terry Ohl wrote:

Congrats on your pre 1500 badge C

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