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401 Created Earl of Hertford before 1142, did not marry. DE CLARE, Gilbert (I6501)
 
402 crowned King of England King Edmund II 'Ironside' of England (I5269)
 
403 ct 01-10 genaple Family F1831
 
404 ct 04 Becquet Family F1548
 
405 ct 15 Vachon Family F1813
 
406 ct 15-8 Genaple Family F1965
 
407 ct 16nov1664 Vachon Family F1884
 
408 ct 18 Barbel Family F1571
 
409 ct 18 LaCetiere Family F2114
 
410 ct 19 Audouart Family F2039
 
411 ct 21-06 Genaple Family F1995
 
412 ct 21-09 Duquet Family F2325
 
413 ct 24-01-1691 Jacob père Family F1849
 
414 ct 24-06-1669 Vachon Family F2144
 
415 ct 25-11 Aubert Family F1935
 
416 ct 26 Audouart Family F1939
 
417 ct 27-07 Duquet Family F2150
 
418 ct 27-12-1647 Lecoutre Family F1812
 
419 ct 29-09 Close Family F1779
 
420 ct 30 05 Chambalon Family F2314
 
421 ct 30-10 Genaple Family F1838
 
422 ct 30-11-1672 Becquet Family F1840
 
423 ct 30sep Galet Family F1934
 
424 ct Audouart 26-12-1661 Family F1800
 
425 ct Duquet 29-03 Family F1835
 
426 ct genaple 19- Family F2786
 
427 ct Rageot 28 Jul Family F1534
 
428 ct. 22 Jacob pere Family F1862
 
429 Ct. 24-2 Vachon Family F1388
 
430 Ct. Becquet Family F1316
 
431 Ct. Becquet Family F1356
 
432 ct. Becquet Family F2322
 
433 Ct. Chambalon Family F1314
 
434 Ct. Gachet Family F1310
 
435 ct. LaCetiere Family F1869
 
436 Ct. Michon Family F941
 
437 Cunningham

In his father's Will Edward was left 'my 10 shares in the wharf companyalso my right and privilege in King's College, Windsor also all mycarpenter tools.' [Antigonish Co. Wills, Estate #A-1059] 
RANDALL, Edward George (I3894)
 
438 Cunningham RANDALL, Mary Louise (I3895)
 
439 Cunningham RANDALL, Cornelia Jane (I3896)
 
440 D'autres sources donnent Ladislas, frère de Basile, comme père d'AndréIer et de Béla Ier. OF HUNGARY, Vazul (Basil) (I4625)
 
441 D'ORTENBURG ou de METZ (?). D'ORTENBOURG, Berlinda (I6107)
 
442 Dans les manuscrits de l'Abbaye de Corvey en Westphalie on trouve latrace de 'Nata fuit Oda ex Aeda seu Attala Caroli Magni filii anno 806',où l'on semble néanmoins confondre la mère (Aeda/Attala) et la fille(Oda). Oda (I4597)
 
443 de Berthier-en-bas GUILLEMETTE, Jean-Bte (I3463)
 
444 de blessures reçues au siège de Nantes OF NORMANDY, William I 'The Conqueror' King of England (I4418)
 
445 de Bruyères en Etampois. DE BRUYERES, Alpaïs (I5725)
 
446 de geules à une tête de léopard d'or, bouclée de trois annelets de même,ou de geules à la teste de lion d'or baillonné de trois annelets de même DE BAILLON, Sr de Valence et de la Mascotterie escuyer Alphonse (I3314)
 
447 De St-Malo ou de St-Landry, Paris COUILLARD, Guillaume de l'Espinay (I2168)
 
448 Death Notice 1949, from the Casket, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada
Mrs. Clarence C. Allbee, Yonkers, New York, Former Hospital Supervisor

"Mrs Eunice MacDonald Allbee, a registered nurse and onetime supervisorof the nursing staff at St. Joseph's Hospital, died last night in herhome at 18 Coyle Place after a long illness. She was the wife ofClarence C. Allbee of the composing room staff of The Herald Statesman.Born in Lourdes, N.S., Canada, Mrs. Allbee came to the United States in1921 to enter nurses training school of St. Joseph's Hosp. in Yonkers.After her graduation she served there for a time as supervisor of thenursing staff and later went into private practice. She was married hereto Mr. Allbee on Sept 1, 1929 and practiced little
after that. In W.W. II, however, Mrs. Allbee returned to St. Joseph'sHosp. to give her services voluntarily. She was a Communicant of theChurch of St. Denis. Surviving Mrs. Allbee besides her husband are asister, Mrs. Thomas J. O'Sullivan of New Glascow, N. S., three brothers,Dan P. MacDonald, New Glascow, William B., Lourdes and Roderick J. ofDetroit, Michigan and several nieces and nephews. 
MACDONALD, Eunice (I1218)
 
449 Decede a 03h en raison de cancer. MORIN, Joseph Claude Gregoire (I834)
 
450 Décédé dans une bataille contre Othon Ier de Germanie Count Dirk I of Kennemerland (I4472)
 
451 Décédé lors d'un accident d'automobile. Son auto a glissé sur une plaquede glace et a heurté un pont. DUTIL, Jean (I850)
 
452 Décédée entre le 28 janvier 1075 & 1080. DE NAMUR, Hedwige (I6158)
 
453 Décès : 21 Février ou 23 Avril 944 en combattant DE SAXE, Wichmann Bilungen (I6066)
 
454 Décès : 24 Juin 451 à Campus Mauriacus près de 10000.Troyes, encombattant Attila. DE WISIGOTHIE, Théodoric Ier (I5496)
 
455 Décès : 24 Mai 1070 ou 1071 DE NORVÈGE, Wulfhilde (I6157)
 
456 Décès : 25 Mai ou 25 Juillet 1008 OF SAXONY, Mathilde (I4707)
 
457 Décès : 488 ou 489 Profession : Roi de Kent de 457 à 488. DE KENT, Hengest (I5524)
 
458 Décès : 828/855 Profession : Comte d'Arles et en Italie. DE BOURGOGNE, Boson Le Vieux (I5908)
 
459 Décès : 924 ou vers 950 Profession : Roi d'Uppland de 900 à 950. D'UPPSAL, Björn IV Eriksson Le Vieux (I6025)
 
460 Décès : à Paris ou aux Juifs près de 28000.Chartres ? CAPET, Hugues roi de France (I4292)
 
461 Décès : après janvier 917 DE PROVENCE, Engelberge (I6019)
 
462 Décès : au plus tard 10 février 1014 Profession : Comte en Ostphalie etde Brunswick. D'OSTPHALIE, Bruno Ier Billungen (I6123)
 
463 Décès : entre le 23 avril 725 et 727 DE KENT, Withraed (I5739)
 
464 Décès : ou 698 Elle a fait bâtir en 691 à Andenne sur la Meuse 7chapelles centrées autour d'une église et reliées à un couvent denonnes. DE LANDEN, Saint Begga (I5669)
 
465 Décès : ou après 885 DE MAASGAU, Giselbert (I5945)
 
466 Décès : ou en 595 (?) DE WISIGOTHIE, Hermenégilde (I5608)
 
467 Décès : peu après le 31 mai 1115 Profession : Duc de Lorraine, nomméMarquis en 1114 par l'Empereur Henri IV. DE HAUTE-LORRAINE, Thierry II (I6164)
 
468 Décès : un 8 Avril après 868 à Remiremont (88). DE LORRAINE, Waldrade Queen of Lorraine (I204)
 
469 Décès : vers le 14 avril 1070 Profession : Duc de Haute-Lorraine à partirde 1048. DE HAUTE-LORRAINE, Gérard Ier Le Grand (I6153)
 
470 defeats Harold II at the Battle of Hastings OF NORMANDY, William I 'The Conqueror' King of England (I4418)
 
471 deprived of the Dukedom by his brother Henri I after losing the Battle ofTinchebrai in Normandy. Robert was henceforth a prisoner in England forthe rest of his life. DE NORMANDIE, Robert (I4571)
 
472 Deryn inherited his old writing desk. BRAGDON, Charles Powers (I944)
 
473 Descendant du général gallo-romain Flavius Afranius Syagrius (430 - 486)Profession : Noble de Dijon Ansoud (I5634)
 
474 Detroit, MI then Florida MACDONALD, Roderick (I1215)
 
475 Devise "Dieu ayde au premier colon" COUILLARD, Guillaume de l'Espinay (I2168)
 
476 died age 77. CORBETT, Edward Charles (I1057)
 
477 Died at home. MORIN, Richard Pierre Ross Ernest (I773)
 
478 died at the hand of her husband Jerry. FOOHEY, Maureen Cornelia (I797)
 
479 Died quietly at home after long illness. In presence of her family:Casey,Craig,Deryn, Chips, Joel,Nancy, Bryn. BRAGDON, Mrs. Nancy Wayne (I767)
 
480 Died suddenly of a massive heart attack. CORBETT, Jessica Norberta (I5)
 
481 Died while on pilgrimage to Holy Land. DE BOHUN, Henry Earl of Hereford (I6193)
 
482 Died young. CASTILE, Alfonso of (I6517)
 
483 Died young. CASTILE, Garcia of (I6520)
 
484 Died young. PORTUGAL, Henrique of (I6537)
 
485 Died young. JOAO (I6539)
 
486 Diocese d'Angers LACASSE, Antoine (I1984)
 
487 diocese d'Avranches FAUCHON, Jean (I2093)
 
488 diocese d'Avranches Family F1328
 
489 diocese Poitiers ROUSSEAU, Thomas (I2007)
 
490 diocese Soissons GUENETTE, Jacques (I2059)
 
491 Dirk III ruled 46 years. He appeared to have supported highwaymen whocaused a lot of trouble not only for the farmers, forcing them to payprotection money, but also for merchants by creating a toll post ontheir way to England. These merchants complained to the Emperor who, in1018, sent an army. However, this army was so ineffectual in the marshesof Holland, after being decimated and robbed, that its general, DukeGodfrey of Lorraine, was imprisoned and only released after he swore hewould not return to avenge his defeat. These 'Friesians' didn't liketheir counts but outside interference was even more resented. Count Dirk III of Holland (I4375)
 
492 disembarked in France after embarking in UK on 8-Jun-44. CORBETT, Lt. Mark Alphonsus (I788)
 
493 disembarked in the UK CORBETT, Lt. Mark Alphonsus (I788)
 
494 dispense de deux bans. Family F1565
 
495 dispense du 3ième degré Family F899
 
496 dispense du 4e degré de consanguinité accordée LEMIEUX, Marthe (I3582)
 
497 Domestique de Robert Paré. 22 ans. THIBEAULT, François (I2072)
 
498 donné, interprète, colon, traiteur, né vers 1618 probablement près deBoulogne, en France, décédé à Québec en 1673.

Le donné Eustache Lambert, qui passa en Nouvelle-Francevraisemblablement au début des années 40, apparaît pour la première foisdans l’histoire du Canada au mois d’août 1646, à l’occasion d’un retourà Sainte-Marie-des-Hurons. Il en était à son deuxième ou troisièmevoyage à la mission et semble être demeuré au service des Jésuites aumoins jusqu’en 1651, alors qu’on le retrouve accompagnant le pèreChaumonot à l’île d’Orléans et à Tadoussac.

En 1653, Eustache Lambert acquit une terre à la Pointe-Lévy, dansla seigneurie des Lauson. C’est là qu’il se construisit la maison qu’ilnomma Sainte-Marie en honneur de sa jeunesse en Huronie et qui devint uncentre favori des traiteurs hurons et algonquins de passage à Québec.Lambert y fit de la chasse et de la pêche avec assez de succès,semble-t-il, puisqu’il réussit, en 1671, à se libérer de sa redevanceseigneuriale en payant une somme de 3004, moitié en argent, moitié encastor. On le dit aussi propriétaire d’une banque pour marchands, d’unemaison dans la basse ville de Québec, rue du Sault-au-Matelot, et d’unehabitation à Saint-Joseph de Beauport. En 1653, il était, à Québec,commandant d’un camp volant de 50 hommes, et le 8 août 1669, marguillierde la paroisse Notre-Dame. Eustache Lambert épousa, en 1656, MarieLaurence. Ils eurent une nombreuse descendance.

Lambert fut inhumé à Québec le 6 juillet 1673. 
LAMBERT, Eustache Sieur de Ste-Marie (I4647)
 
499 double wedding with Degory Priest Family F810
 
500 Downloaded from CompuServe Source (S54)
 
501 drowned DE LORRAINE, Duc Giselbert (I4854)
 
502 drowned near the I'sle of Bellechasse. Rec'd Degree in printing fromParis University, 10/26/1634?? SEVESTRE, Etienne (I2769)
 
503 drowned while a passenger on the steamer "Morning Star" that was lost ina collision. BYERLY, David Davis (I987)
 
504 Duc & Marquis de France, Comte d'Anjou, auquel le Roi Charles Ie Chauvedonna l'an 861 le Gouvernement des Pays d'entre la Seine & la Loire,pour les défendre contre les incurfions des Ennemis. Plusieurs luidonnent pour femme, Adelaide, veuve de Conrad, Comte d'Allemagne. Robert IV Graf in Wormsgau (I211)
 
505 Duchesse de Saxe. DE SAXE, Svatana (I5843)
 
506 Duke of Normandy, 1120. From University ofHull,http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/cgi-bin/gedlkup/n=royal?royal01394: 'Whenthe white ship was wrecked on the deadly rock a boat was launcedandWilliam, the King's [William I Beauclerc] only legitimate son,was rowedto safety. The cries ofhis half-sister the Countess ofPerche induced himto return to the wreckwhere they sank together.This was considered bysome to be punishment for Henry's sins of lustin having so manyillegitimate offspring. ' ATHELING, William the (I6522)
 
507 Duprey

'Settled in Wallingford in 1670.' 
TUTTLE, Simon (I3942)
 
508 Duprey

died unmarried 
TUTTLE, Benjamin (I3953)
 
509 Duprey

or b. 29 Feb. 1652 'settled in Woodbury' [Connecticut] 
TUTTLE, Nathaniel (I3955)
 
510 Duprey PANGBURN, Martha (I1968)
 
511 Duprey TUTTLE, Ebenezer (I3912)
 
512 Duprey TUTTLE, Deacon Timothy (I3936)
 
513 Duprey PANGBORN, Stephen (I3938)
 
514 Duprey MUNSON, Hannah (I3941)
 
515 Duprey TUTTLE, William (I3944)
 
516 Duprey TUTTLE, Thomas (I3948)
 
517 Duprey TUTTLE, Sarah (I3951)
 
518 Duprey TUTTLE, Mercy (I3954)
 
519 Duprey mentions that two different notes state Elizabeth was 70 or 81when she died in 1684. This would put her birth date at about 1603 or1614, neither exactly the year of 1612, which comes from her age givenas 23 in 1635, when the family arrived in Boston. MATTHEWS, Elizabeth (I3945)
 
520 during the siege of Ramula in the Holy Land, slain by the Saracens afterthe Battle of Ascalon Etienne II Comte de Blois Chartres (I4359)
 
521 Dyer

'disappeared' 
CONNORS, Luke Morgan (I4059)
 
522 Dyer

'drowned' 
CONNORS, Thomas (I4060)
 
523 Dyer

1881 Census: a seaman; single. 1891 Census: married to Kate. A boy, W.H. Joseph Cameron is listed as a 'son.' Rankin's history of AntigonishCounty indicates John and Kate had no children and the census indicatesthat the boy Joseph's mother was born in Newfoundland, while Kate wasborn in Nova Scotia. Perhaps he was an adopted relative of Kate's. 
LEYDON, John (I4109)
 
524 Dyer

Another source did not list Morgan as a son of Morgan and Sabina. 
CONNORS, Morgan (I4084)
 
525 Dyer

Another source did not list Patrick as a child of Morgan Connors. 
CONNORS, Patrick (I4096)
 
526 Dyer

Patrick came to Antigonish County from RosCommon, Ireland. 'At Tracadiehe conducted a small business.' [see Rankin's History of Antigonish,page 161] He lived in Bayfield, Nova Scotia, next to the Connors family.The 1861 census gives detailed age breakdowns for the children but nonames--it seems to confirm the information given here, 
LEYDON, Patrick (I4014)
 
527 Dyer

Was married with a family according to Rankin's History of Antigonish(p.161). 
LEYDON, Francis (I4113)
 
528 Dyer

Was married with a family according to Rankin's History of Antigonish(p.161). 
LEYDON, Joseph (I4114)
 
529 Dyer CONNORS, Thomas (I4002)
 
530 Dyer CONNORS, William (I4003)
 
531 Dyer CONNORS, Richard (I4004)
 
532 Dyer CONNORS, Donald (I4005)
 
533 Dyer CONNORS, Mary (I4006)
 
534 Dyer CONNORS, Sarah (I4007)
 
535 Dyer CARROLL, Mary C (I4008)
 
536 Dyer HANEY, Mary Rebecca (I4009)
 
537 Dyer HYDE, Mary (I4012)
 
538 Dyer CHISHOLM, Alexander (I4013)
 
539 Dyer FITZGERALD, Jane (I4028)
 
540 Dyer CONNORS, Mary Elizabeth (I4055)
 
541 Dyer CONNORS, Matthew (I4056)
 
542 Dyer CONNORS, John (I4057)
 
543 Dyer CONNORS, Esther Anne (I4058)
 
544 Dyer CONNORS, Louise (I4061)
 
545 Dyer CONNORS, Kate (I4062)
 
546 Dyer CONNORS, Margaret (I4063)
 
547 Dyer STROPLE, Sarah Sophia (I4064)
 
548 Dyer BOYLE, Bridget (I4068)
 
549 Dyer MACDONALD, Marcella (I4069)
 
550 Dyer MACDONALD, James (I4078)
 
551 Dyer CONNORS, Thomas (I4085)
 
552 Dyer CONNORS, Richard (I4086)
 
553 Dyer MACDONALD, Alexander (I4087)
 
554 Dyer CONNORS, Catherine Esther (I4093)
 
555 Dyer CONNORS, Elizabeth Jane (I4094)
 
556 Dyer CONNORS, Michael (I4095)
 
557 Dyer MURPHY, Isabel (I4097)
 
558 Dyer CONNORS, John (I4098)
 
559 Dyer CONNORS, Michael (I4099)
 
560 Dyer CONNORS, Patrick (I4100)
 
561 Dyer CONNORS, Isabella (I4101)
 
562 Dyer CONNORS, Thomas (I4102)
 
563 Dyer CONNORS, David (I4103)
 
564 Dyer CONNORS, Bernard (I4104)
 
565 Dyer CONNORS, Mary Jane (I4105)
 
566 Dyer LEYDON, Mary (I4107)
 
567 Dyer LEYDON, James (I4111)
 
568 Dyer LEYDON, Anne (I4112)
 
569 Dyer LEYDON, Elizabeth (I4115)
 
570 Dyer LEYDON, Aloisia (I4116)
 
571 Dyer LEYDON, Eugina (I4117)
 
572 Dyer CONNORS, Helen (I4142)
 
573 Dyer CONNORS, Celeste (I4143)
 
574 Dyer CONNORS, Catherine (I4144)
 
575 Dyer CONNORS, William (I4145)
 
576 Dyer CONNORS, Francis (I4146)
 
577 Dyer CONNORS, Morgan (I4147)
 
578 Dyer CONNORS, Toby (I4148)
 
579 Earl of Bedford. DE BEAUMONT, Hugh (I6503)
 
580 Earl of Surrey
Lewes Castle was built by William de Warenne at the end of the eleventhcentury. After the Norman invasion in 1066 William de Warenne was givenland in Sussex, Surrey, and Norfolk. He built three castles but hischief residence was at Lewes. Lewes Castle was built by William deWarenne soon after the Norman invasion. Most experts say it wasoriginally made of wood but others insist it was flint. It was probablyin the early 12th century that a sturdy stone castle was erected.
Some sources say he died at Pevensey.
Ruth Cobb, "'Travellers to the Town," London: The Epworth Press, 1953,pp. 25-26:
The commander of this part of Sussex [around Lewes] appointed by Williamthe Conqueror was one William de Warenne, who had long been high in theConqueror's favour, having distinguished himself as a warrior in France.A contemporary account says
William de Warenne his own squadron led,
And well sat the helmet on so knightly a head.
....The land over which William de Warenne was given control consistedof the Burgh and the entire Rape of Lewes--about a sixteenth of Sussex.He was also given the land at Castle Acre in Norfolk and at Reigate inSurrey. Later he was to be created Earl of Surrey as a reward for helpthat he had given in quelling an insurrection of some rebelliousbarons.
[on p. 30 Cobb refers to him as "dark-haired".]
p. 31: Although it is now a ruin, the castle built by William de Warennein the centre [of Lewes]--and from where his descendants were to ruleuntil the end of the [14th] century--still seems to dominate the place.The entrance is off the High Street where, in medieval days, a MarketCross once stood. Where there was once a drawbridge, there is now apermanent causeway, and the name 'Castle Ditch' is still in use for thepiece of moat that protected it on one side. It is now a narrowthoroughfare.
The entrance arch built by William de Warenne still stands, but in frontof it is a magnificent Barbican, one of the finest in England, built inthe [14th] century by a later de Warenne. To the left, on its highmound, stands about half of the old keep with two of the towers thatwere added, still intact, and with windows of a much later date. Fromthe keep, there is a magnificent view down the valley over which the seaonce flowed when the castle guarded a port, as well as the heights ofthe downs on either side.
See notes on his wife Gundrada for Cobb's commentary on his andGundrada's founding of the Priory at Southover after visiting themonastery at Cluny.
Cobb, p. 54: In the time of William de Warenne, the Priory at Southover,which he had built, must have needed large supplies of food--not onlyfor the members of the community, but also for the many travellers whostayed in the guest house. The low-lying land nearby was not suitablefor the growing of corn; a grange or farm elsewhere was a necessity, soone was built on the land that William de Warenne had given to thePriory at Swanborough. The charter says that 'he gave to God and theAbbot of Cluny, five hides and a half of land, and also free fishing inthe waters'. This must have been in 1080, for by then the building ofthe grange had been completed. It is possible that some of the greatbeams in the barn which are still to be seen at the present farm atSwanborough, may have been put up by the monks who worked there so longago.

Ancient Lineage of Magna Carta Baron: William de Warenne
William the Conqueror was a third or fourth generation Viking whoseancestor was reportedly from Honefoss in what is now Norway, near theOslofjord. The de Vermandois connection relates to one of the smallpost-Carolingian Frankish kingdoms along the northern border ofpresent-day France. Princesses from the Frankish kingdom married deWarennes on at least two occasions. Perhaps this was done to placate thefierce Vikings and to enlist their help for defensive purposes. Thisstrategy was used by the King of France who arranged similar marriagesfor his daughters in 911 when he recognized the Duchy of Normandy underRollo aka Rolf or Hrolf, an altogether evil king. [1]
The House of Warren can be traced to Hugh of Normandy, born 990, laterordained Bishop of Contances. He married a sister of Gunnora, the wifeof Richard I, Duke of Normandy. Rodulf, son to Hugh, a benefactor to theAbbey of La Trinite du Mont, died c1050. He married first Beatrix andsecondly Emma. Emma became the mother of his son William created Countde Warenne of Normandy and later first Earl of Surrey. [2]
William de Warenne, son of Rodulf, was born in Normandy and accompaniedWilliam the Conqueror to England in 1066. At the Battle of Hastings, hecommanded a detachment and was rewarded with estates and manors inNorfolk becoming the first Earl of Surrey. Before 1070, William deWarenne married Gundred, a lady with disputed parentage since manyscholars disbelieve she was the daughter of the Conqueror. Some contendshe was the Duke's daughter as proven by her tombstone at St. John'sChurch, Southover, Lewes: "Within this Pew stands the tombstone ofGundrad, daughter of William the Conqueror, and wife of William, theFirst Earl of Warren, which having been deposited over her remains inthe Chapter-House of Lewes Priory and lately discovered in IffieldChurch, was removed to this place at the expense of William Burrell Esq.in 1775 A.D. [3]
Gundred died in childbirth at Castle Acre May 27, 1085, and was buriedin the Priory of Lewes in County Sussex. Four of her children matured:William Son & Heir, Reginald, Gundred, and Edith. William, now Earl ofSurrey, rebuilt, enlarged, and strengthened Lewes Castle which is nowused as the museum of Sussex Archaeological Society. William de Warennefounded Cluniac Priory in 1078, now a ruin, and endowed the chapterhouse of the Priory. He married secondly a daughter of William, sisterof Richard Guet of Montmirail, and died June 24, 1088, from woundsreceived at the siege of Pevensey. He is buried near Ely Cathedral inEast Anglia. [4] 
DE WARENNE, William I Earl of Surrey (I5264)
 
581 Earl of Warren and 2nd Earl of Surrey. Fought at Tenchefrai, 1106, forHenry I DE WARENNE, Ada (I9)
 
582 EAST GRANBY the evolution of a Connecticut town
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John and Anna (Bancroft) Griffin
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Business & Land Aquisition
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Arrival of John Griffin from Wales
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=b2dd8016-c0d6-48a4-ad1b-a1486e50a8a4&tid=19079505&pid=870980727

CONNECTICUT PROBATE RECORDS
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=5478e2bb-42d3-42ed-b10e-cb278aec24d9&tid=19079505&pid=870980727

History of John Griffin
http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=document&guid=2d1d770c-bf18-4041-b99f-f7325720d93e&tid=19079505&pid=870980727 
GRIFFIN, John (I8101)
 
583 écuyer, Sr de Valence et dee Bouillons ( -Paris, <1571), notaire etsecrétaire du roi, secrétaire de la reine, superintendant des financesen Toscane et Siennois, amodiateur du duché de Chevreuse et desVaux-de-Cernay, sgr de Valence et des Boullons près Dampierre BAILLON, Adam s. de valence (I3326)
 
584 edited 'The Joy of Acting-A Primer for Actors. BRAGDON, 'Casey' Helen Cushman (I840)
 
585 Edward Burroughs, Sea Captain
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BURROUGHS, Edward (I8059)
 
586 Edward was reported as being 83 and a magistrate. Family F713
 
587 Eight men and one woman and a small child left Lynn, Mass. in 1640 tosettle a new colony. They settled in Southampton and Thomas built thefirst English house on Long Island in 1648 which is still there SAYRE, Thomas (I1961)
 
588 either murdered by Macbeth or killed in battle against him OF SCOTLAND, King Duncan I (I5286)
 
589 Eleanor brought the lordship of Brecon to this marriage. DE BRAOSE, Eleanor (I6186)
 
590 elected Ruling Elder of his church COBB, Elder Henry (I1472)
 
591 Elfrida is said to have had an adulterous affair with King Edward whilebeing still married to Ethelwald, and some sources allege that Ethelwaldwas murdered on Edgar's orders. Queen Elfrida (I5274)
 
592 Elisha was a very industrious and productive man. He was a buildingcontractor for both the Guysborough and Antigonish court houses. Heresided in the house on the hill where John Stewart now lives [1996].Elisha's Will states that he had 100 acres of land--75 acres forfarming, and 25 acres (lying near the sea shore in a NE direction belowthe public road), which was to be sold at auction with proceeds goingequally to the six married daughters [compare 1871 census; Elisha islisted with 179 acres]. RANDALL, Elisha Matthew (I3886)
 
593 Elizabeth was a young widow. A woman, presumably Michaels motherwaslisted on the 1784 muster roll HOLLAND, Elizabeth (I7042)
 
594 Elle a fait ses études de médecine avec son oncle et cousin. FORTIER, Marie Cédulie (I911)
 
595 elle est veuve d'un conseiller du roi "en son trésor à Paris" Family F1902
 
596 Elle fonde une communauté de nonnes en l'honneur de Saint-Laurent où onl'appelle : 'Oda comitissa Pippin regis Italiae ex filia neptis'. Dansune charte de l'évêque d'Halberstadt en 1121, on trouve également lamention : 'comitissa Oda regia stirpe orta'. BILLUNG, Oda (I4596)
 
597 Elle pourrait descendre de Radbod, roi de Frise au VIème siècle. DE FRISE (I5960)
 
598 embarks for the UK CORBETT, Lt. Mark Alphonsus (I788)
 
599 emigrated aboard the same ship as John Corbett and his 2 brothers O'BRIEN, James (I1061)
 
600 Emigrated fm Ireland to Chester Co., PA WAYNE, Captain Anthony (I1846)
 

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