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On 30 Jul 2018 at 12:52 GMT Jack Day wrote:
On 21 Jul 2018 at 00:39 GMT John Atkinson wrote:
On 27 Jun 2018 at 15:44 GMT James Dill wrote:
They generally tended to spell it Streatfeild
On 22 Jun 2018 at 01:22 GMT James Stratman wrote:
On 17 Jun 2018 at 23:23 GMT James Stratman wrote:
On 15 Jun 2018 at 08:02 GMT James Stratman wrote:
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:
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
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