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From: Kay Allen AG <>
Subject: Re: New PA Line to Jane Lowe
Date: Wed, 03 Jul 2002 06:39:07 -0700
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Juliana Pembridge married a Vernon of Haddon. She survived him, dying in 1410.
This must be your Juliana, as she was, according to Geo. Morris, living as a
widow in 1378.

The Visitation of Shropshire is hideously inaccurate, according to my
experience with it.

Kay Allen AG

malinda wrote:

> 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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