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From: Mike Davidson <>
Subject: Re: Ruvigny
Date: Tue, 21 Sep 1999 02:45:03 -0700
In article <>,
(William Addams Reitwiesner) wrote:
> Mike Davidson <>
> >Anne Capell m. Sir Robert Chester (1566-1641)
> >(1570-1634/42) of Royston and Cockenhatch
> Ruvigny shows these two at the top of Table XXXII (p.
> 36) of his "Anne of
> Exeter" volume .
> Ruvigny shows the descendants of those two on pp.
> 417-448. I don't see a "Davidson" there.
No, but on page 426 you will find a James England, who is
possibly my gg-grandfather - if I ever manage to finish my
Y^%$&! thesis I will take some time (dis)proving the link.
Do you have any opinions on Ruvigny's accuracy? Gryphon801
>My own experience (50 years or so) in testing Ruvigny is
>that the later generations tend to be accurate but often
Dept. of History
University of Edinburgh
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