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Subject: Re: Ancestors of Prince William
Date: Fri, 02 Jan 1998 09:34:32 GMT
On Thu, 1 Jan 1998 16:14:29 -1000, "D. Spencer Hines"
>William Addams Reitwiesner wrote in message
>>"D. Spencer Hines" <> wrote:
>>>5. We might want to start by tracing Theodore Forbes' [#126] ancestry.
>Anyone have his parents? Links to Scots? We need data --- not obscure
>>>92. Charles of Richmond GORDON-LENNOX Duke of Richmond and Lennox 4th was
>>>born in 1764. He died on 28 Aug 1819 in Canada.
>>He died of rabies and is buried in the Cathedral at Quebec. He died, just
>>as he was born, in a barn.
>Yvonne's much more substantive remarks were noted with interest. They also
>avoided the obvious cheap shot.
>Whose pet fox was it, Yvonne?
>Where was he born in a barn, if true, and under what conditions. How did he
>happen to die in one?
Unfortunately, the source I used (*Dictionary of Canadian Place
Names*, by Alan Rayburn, 1997) for this bit of historical detail does
not say whose pet fox it was nor does it say anything about his birth
or death in a barn other than he died "in a barn 5 km to the north [of
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