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From: Paula Goodfellow <>
Subject: Re: [CON] calender of wills etc FITZWARYN
Date: Sat, 22 Oct 2005 10:34:22 -0700
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Hi Beth-- I suppose some of the explanation for this is that people
who were nobility were more likely to have records about them that
still exist-- but the more English family history I do, the more
suspicious I am about any research before about 1800. Paula
On Oct 22, 2005, at 8:57 AM, Beth wrote:

> Hi Paula and all
>
> I am finding this subject interesting but rather confusing, that of
> Fulk FITZWARYN I mean, and his Ann. His name seems to pop up all
> over the place when one looks for him on google. Is he really
> connected to all of these Cornish families, mine included????? I am
> amazed that he can be followed down from the 1300s to the 1700s
> when I can't seem to find out if my William JOHN who died in 1781
> in Stoke Newington, born in Penzance, was the mayor of Penzance or
> not. The William JOHN mentioned below I believe to be the father of
> the mayor?????
>
> Cheers
> beth in NS
> .
>
>>>
>>> Does anyone else have any idea or knowledge of the slightly odd
>>> presentation of the data.
>>>
>>> Cheers
>>> beth in NS
>>>
>>> --------------------------------------------------------------------
>>> -- ----
>>>
>>> Cornwall & Devon: -Calendar of Wills Administrations and
>>> Accounts relating to the counties of Cornwall and Devon in the
>>> Consistorial Archidiaconal Court of Cornwall, 1700-1799
>>> Archdeaconry of Cornwall, Wills and Administrations.
>>> Part 2, 1700-1799.
>>> Anne, Who was Wife of Fulk Fitzwaryn, Son and Heir of
>>> Fulk Fitzwarin.
>>> County: Cornwall
>>> Country: England
>>> John, Wm, Penzance 1723
>>>
>
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