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New England families, genealogical and memorial : a record of the achievements of her people in the making of commonwealths and the founding of a nation (Volume v. 1)

New England families, genealogical and memorial : a record of the achievements of her people in the making of commonwealths and the founding of a nation (Volume v. 1)

Fonte : Internet Archive

New England families, genealogical and memorial : a record of the achievements of her people in the making of commonwealths and the founding of a nation (Volume v. 1)

New England families, genealogical and memorial : a record of the achievements of her people in the making of commonwealths and the founding of a nation (Volume v. 1)

Fonte : Internet Archive

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(Ill) Edward de Carleton. (IV) Henry de Carleton. (V) Gilbert de Carleton, married Fitzwilliam.


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Penrith. Cumberland. England, 1066. (ID Jeffrey de Carleton. (Ill) Edward de Carleton. (IV) Henry de Carleton. (V) Gilbert de Carleton,


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(I ) Baldwin de Carleton, of Carleton, near Penrith. Cumberland. England, 1066. (ID Jeffrey de Carleton. (Ill)


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extant record i> that i Robert de Wytteneye, in the 'Testa de Nevfl," A. D. 1242.


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(XI) William, son of Robert de Puttenham, of Puttenham and Penne, was commissioner of the peace for Herts in


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(X) Robert, son of Sir Roger de Puttenham, in 1346. held part of a knight's fee in Marston, which the


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He married Margaret, daughter of John de Warbleton. who died in 1375. when his estates of Warbleton, Sherfield, etc.. passed


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(V) Ralph de Puttenham. a journeyman in 1 199, held a knight's fee in Puttenham of


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and was married (second) to Thomas de la Hay.


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January 3, 1906, the Count Guillaume de Balincourt, and now rcsident of Xcmlly -ur Seine. France.


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those of Richard and Robert de Prato. The following year, in Essex, England, occurs the name of Roger de


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England, occurs the name of Roger de Prato, and the same year also that of Walter de Prato in Hereford,


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English MEAD form of the Norman de Prato, Hervey de Prato in 1200, in Normandy, was King John's knight and


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of the Norman de Prato, Hervey de Prato in 1200, in Normandy, was King John's knight and the custody of


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William. Robert. Matilda, Roger and Reginald de Prato, and in 1 198


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same year also that of Walter de Prato in Hereford, England.


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'ems,' The Fencing Master" by Reginald De Koven, A. M. Palmer's famous stock company.


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in 1301, was greatgrandson of William de Huntingfelde, who was one of the twenty-five barons who compelled King John to


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Anna < tverfield, granddaughter of Nicholas De Pue, of Minisink, eight children. 10. Catharine, March 13. 1707, died February 20,


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Englishman, by a Welsh woman, Ralf de Waiet married Emma, sister of Roger. Earl of Hereford, cousin of the Conqueror.


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king. The most celebrated was Hubert de Burgh, who became king's justiciary of England under Henry III., was made Earl


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fourth generation from him is Baldwin de Bourg, his great-grandson, a renowned Crusader, whose son Baldwin founded the house of


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dying without issue. The seventh Ralph de Cromwell married, 1351, Amicia, daughter of Robert Berer, M. P. Robert Cromwell (1)


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and from him descended ten Ralph de Cromwells in succession, the last of the name dying without issue. The seventh


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(Ill") Grace de Tracie, daughter of Henri, married John de Sudely, and her second son inherited


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(VII) Sir William de Tracy, Esq., of Toddington, was high sheriff of Gloucestershire, and was called to


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Tracie, daughter of Henri, married John de Sudely, and her second son inherited her estates and assumed her name.


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(V) Sir Henry de Tracy of Toddington was his heir, and died about 1246.


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(X) William de Chauncy, his son, married Joan, daughter of Sir Roger Bigod, son of Roger,


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(V) Roger de Chauncy, his son, had sons Robert and Hugh.


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class of 1901 , married John De Witt, and resides in Keokuk, Iowa.


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of the middle ages. Sir Hubertus de la Feld was the first of the line that immigrated to England, and


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of the middle ages. Sir Hubertus de la Feld was the first of the line that immigrated to England, and


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September 6, 1900, son of Algernon Sidney and Clara (Diman) De Wolf. She married (second) Walter J. Tubbs, of Bristol,


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1883. Clara Anna De Wolf, born September 5, 1853, dic-il November 28, 1905, daughter of Algernon Sidney


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Bristol, at Ferry Hill. 6. Clarence De Wolf, born February 22, 1895. in Bristol.


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of Chicago, daughter of Rev. William C. De Witt. Dean of the Western Theological Seminary of Chicago. 3. Henry Stephen


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1912, Evelyn De Witt, of Chicago, daughter of Rev. William C. De Witt. Dean of the


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The name of Hugo de Upham occurred in the Charter Rolls in England in 120S. when he received


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Norman origin, descending from Sir Reginald de Lane, of the twelfth century. Many of the English branches of the Lane


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the Xorth Pole. Children: 1. James De Long, mentioned below. 2. Clara Elisabeth, born January 23, 1853, resides in Meadville,


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III., mention is made of Simon de Ruggeley. who was then sheriff of the counties of Salop and Stafford".


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A. D. 1298. I find William de Ruggele, de comitatu Staffordiae, recorded with an encomium for having performed faithful service


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of Staffordshire", which states that Robert de Ruggele lived in 1:220. during the reign of Henry III., and later that


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land granted to them. (Ill John De Tankerville, son of William, was lord chamberlain to King Henry I., and assumed


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until long after the Conquest, Baldwin de Hampden of the time of the Conquest became John Hampden, the patriot of


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is in English history, when William de Turges had grants of land from Edward I., King of England, in the


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le Charpentier. a son of Roger, Sire de Gouy, were held in high esteem in Cambray and vicinity about 1200.


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the Conquest. Sir Lodovic married Elizabeth de Hauteville, daughter of Sir Thomas and heiress of Raymond de Hauteville , a


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Sir Thomas and heiress of Raymond de Hauteville , a portion of the Hauteville estate came to the Townsend family.


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county Lancaster, was descended from Hugh de Standish. through his *on Ralph and grandson Hugh, the latter living in the


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Standish, daughter and co-heiress of Robert de Hulton. The Standish family of Duxbury, county Lancaster, was descended from Hugh de


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inherited lands from his mother, Margaret de Standish, daughter and co-heiress of Robert de Hulton. The Standish family of Duxbury,


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1151 to 1 157, when John de Pagham was the fourth bishop of Worcester. England.


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or Pakenham), and later of John de Pagenham were: Quarterly or. and gules in the 1 -t quarter, an eagle


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few if any in England. Samuel de Champlain, the distinguished navigator and explorer, founder of Quebec and first governor of


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of the manor. In 1331 John de Stickney was in possession of the manor of Stickney.


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William De Forrest. born August 19, i.^-i 8


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in turn was succeeded by Richard de Preston, who was seated at Preston in Westmoreland in the time of Henry


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succeeded by his son, Sir Lawrence de Preston, who in turn was succeeded by Richard de Preston, who was seated


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was succeeded by his son Nicol de Preston, one of the Scottish barons, who swore fealty to Edward I. He


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1040, was grandfather of Sir William de Preston, one of the Scotch noblemen summoned to Berwick by Edward I. in


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acres. His successor was Sir John de Preston of Preston Richard and Preston Patrick, and was member of parliament for


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Ann Melissa De Mott, born January 27, 1812, died February 28, 1858. Children, all but the


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1859. at Woodstock, Vermont, married Henry De Wolf, August 1, 1900, resides at Reading, Vermont.