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From: Kay Allen AG <>
Subject: Re: Maud le Scrope, wife of Baldwin Freville, of Tamworth
Date: Wed, 03 Jul 2002 17:45:50 -0700
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John Ravilios posted this a week or so ago, before they shifted servers and
disrupted everything.

K

malinda wrote:

> This is from Learned Cousin...
>
> I now find the descent from Edward I and Eleanor of Castile to Maud le
> Scrope cannot be used.
>
> The problem I find now is that Elizabeth Damory and Sir John Bardolf,
> 3rd Baron are not the parents of Margaret Bardolf who m. Sir Adam de
> Welles. Margaret Bardolf is the sister, not the daughter of Sir John.
>
> They are the issue of Thomas Bardolf, 2nd Lord Bardolf, of Wormegay,
> Norfolk,
> b. 4 Oct 1282, d. 15 Dec 1329, and was buried in Shelford Priory, Notts, age
> of 47
> [CP, 14:64]. He married abt. 1310 Agnes (poss.) Grandson [CP, 14:64], and d.
> in Ruskington, Lincolnshire, 11 Dec 1357. In Aug.1337 she had a protection
> as
> being "by birth of the parts of Almain"]
> [CP, 1:418]
>
> 1. Margaret m. Adam de Welles, who d. 1345
>
> 2. John b. 13 Jan 1312-3 [CP, 14:64]; d. Jul or Aug. 1363, Assisi, Italy;
> m. bef 25 Dec 1327 Elizabeth Damory d. bef 1363 only dau. and heiress of
> Roger Damory and Elizabeth de Clare.
>
> J.


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