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From: (Raymond Perrault)
Subject: Re: Continental genes
Date: Mon, 04 Jun 2001 12:57:27 -0700
Sir Thomas Molyneux, Irish Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1590, married a
woman from Bruges, between 1558 and 1568, whose name is variously reported
as Katarina Stabeort or Stabcort, or Salaboerte or Flahaut. Her father was
a burger of Bruges.
In article <>,
(Clagett, Brice) wrote:
>I thought it might be of some interest to work up a list of medieval
>Englishmen (other than kings) and continental Europeans (other than
>defined as women entirely or primarily of French descent) which produced
>in England and thus became part of the gene pool available to Anglo-Saxon
>I don't think such a list would be very long. Here's a start:
>1. Edmund Crouchback, Earl of Lancaster, 1245-1296, and Blanche of Artois
>but German and Greek on her mother's side).
>2. Richard Fitzalan, 1st Earl of Arundel, 1267-1302, and Alasia of Saluzzo
>3. Sir William Montago, K.G., 1st Earl of Salisbury, c. 1302-1344, and
>Grandson/Grandison (Swiss on her father's side).
>4. Edmund of Langley, K.G., 1st Duke of York, and Isabel of Castile (Spanish).
>5. Sir Walter Blount, c. 1348-1403, and Sancha de Ayala (Spanish).
>6. Sir Simon Felbridge, K.G., c. 1366-1422, and Margaret of Teschen
>7. Sir Richard Wydeville, K.G., 1st Earl Rivers, d. 1469, and Jaquette de
>(more or less French, but largely of Italian, etc., ancestry).
>8. Sir Thomas Knollys, K.G., governor of Ostend in 1586, and Ottilia de Merode
>Who should be added?
>Sir John Hawkwood, c. 1320-1394, married, apparently as his second wife,
>Visconti (Italian), but it doesn't seem that that marriage led to any
>* It is generally agreed that Felbridge's wife Margaret was daughter of
>Duke of Teschen and Glogau, but the identity of her mother seems
uncertain. The duke
>certainly had as wife Elska of Beuthen-Kosel, whose ancestry is known. He
may or may
>not have had another wife, Katarzyna. ES 3:16 doesn't show Margaret at all
>the Duke's children, and it seems likely that she was illegitimate. Does
any one know or
>have an informed guess?
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