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From: "D. Spencer Hines" <>
Subject: Re: Terms again..sorry
Date: Sun, 13 Aug 2000 21:12:59 +0100
James Robinson is certainly correct. The questions are quite valid and
The selections may be from AR7, or an earlier edition. If so, the
abbreviations are expanded and formatting is explained at the front of
the book ---- nine  pages.
1. Copying the 9 pages at a good library.
2. Buying the book.
3. Waiting for the new version by Faris and Richardson.
4. #1 for now, followed by #3.
D. Spencer Hines
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"James P. Robinson III" <> wrote in message
| I am afraid I can add only a little to what Spencer Hines has done
| below), but I would like to say that anyone obviously trying to
| and check his sources should feel welcome here.
| Jim Robinson
| As the clock struck 07:21 PM 8/13/2000 +0100, D. Spencer Hines took
| hand and wrote:
| >| 1. dau. Of Sir Thomas Aylesbury, Knt. Of Blaiberwyck. (TAG 9:213).
| >| ??- (TAG 9:213). is TAG a book? and what is the correct long name
| >| book or article?
| >Journal. _The American Genealogist._
| Check Vol. 9, page 213 of that journal.
| >| 2. SIR HUMPHREY STAFFORD, KNT., of Grafton, co. Warwick, b. 1384,
| >26 in
| >| 1410, d. 20 Feb. 1419 (Inq.p.m., 8 June 1419); m. Elizabeth Burdet,
| >dau. Of
| >| Sir John Burdet, Knt.
| >| ??-- b. 1384, ae 26 in 1410, what is ae? or am I reading the
| >| incorrectly?
| >Age 26 in 1410
| >| ??-- (Inq.p.m., 8 June 1419), what is Inq.p.m. is that an article
| >| what is the long name if it is, or meaning if it isn't.
| >Inquistion post mortem.
| I believe there is a good discussion of IPM's and where to find them
| >| 3. Maud, bapt. 2 Feb 1358/9, Chebsey, co. Stafford, ae. 15 in 1374,
| >dau. &
| >| coh. John de Hastang of Leamington House, co. Warwick. (See MC
| >(CP VI
| >| 343 & Note f. 344; TAG 9:213).
| >| ??-- (See MC 28-8), what is MC, is that a artile or book, what is
| >| name if it is, or meaning if it isn't.
| >Probably Magna Carta Ancestry, Weis.
| There should be a new edition of this out soon (right, Douglas?).
| >| 4. m. (2) bef. 6 July 1336, MARGARET DE AUDLEY (9-31). (CP VI
| >| 100-101, XII (1) 173-177; TAG 9:213; Banks ( 115, 408; DNB
| >| Weaver 323).
| >| ??--Banks (115, 408, &
| >| ??--DNB 53:456-459; &
| >| ??--Weaver 323) are these articles or books, what is the long
| >name if
| >| it is, or meaning if it isn't.
| >Dictionary of National Biography [British]
| Do not know what Banks and Weaver refer to. Books presumably. There
| have been a bibliography that went with this lineage.
| >| 5. RALPH BASSET, d. Drayton, 31 Dec. 1299, Lord Basset of Drayton,
| >| ??-- M.P. what is the meaning of this initial?
| Member of Parliament. Seems kind of odd to see M.P. used in a 13th C
| context, as it has modern resonances. I thought the usual term for
| period would have been "called to parliament [year]".
| >| 6. (2) ca. 1196 Roger de Berkely. (CP X 320; Banks I 398; EYC
| >| ??--EYC VI:49-50). is that a article or book, what is the long
| >if it
| >| is, or meaning if it isn't.
| CP is Complete Peerage (vol. X, page 398).
| Banks is unknown to me.
| EYC looks like a journal cite, but I do not recognize the initials.
| James P. Robinson III
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