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From: malinda <>
Subject: Re: New PA Line to Jane Lowe
Date: Tue, 02 Jul 2002 18:12:58 -0500
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Just a fast forward....then I'm off to a business meeting for the evening.
~m


The Camvilles are interesting, as there are also Campvilles which occurred
when
Sir William de Camville. K.B. m. N. N.,

Their dau. Maud de Camville, liv.1348; d. by 1351, was heiress of Clifton
Campville, Staffs., and Arrow & Bramcote in Warwickshire, and lands in
Ireland, who m. aft.1313, as 2nd wife, Sir Richard de Vernon of Haddon and
Baslow in Derbyshire, and Pitchcott in Buckinghamshire. He was heir
apparent, but d.v.p. sh. bef. 3 Feb 1322-3, son of Sir Richard
de Vernon, of Haddon and Bastow in Derbyshire, liv. 1330; d. 1376 m. (2)
allegedly Juliana (called Felicia in the 1623 Visitation of Shropshire) de
Vesci. [There seems to be a time problem with this marriage]. Has anyone
found the answer?



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