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From: "Douglas Richardson " <>
Subject: Re: Update to genealogics David owen and Anne Devereux
Date: 8 Aug 2005 12:35:57 -0700
Dear Brice ~
David Owen's father, Owen Tudor, was an esquire, never a knight. This
is indicated by a record in the patent or close rolls dated the year of
his death, which record you should be able to find easily on your end.
He is likewise called esquire in the following Welsh pedigree:
"Owen Tudyr Esqe = Catrin unig æres Charles brenin Fraingke."
[Reference: Dwnn, Heraldic Vis. of Wales, 2 (1846): 108 (Tudor
Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt lake City, Utah
"Clagett, Brice" wrote:
< I see no reason to doubt the received account that he was a bastard
son of <Sir Owen Tudor and thus half-uncle of Henry VII. In a codicil
to his will he
< directed the keeping of obits for the souls of King Henry VII, Henry
< Edmund) Tudor, Earl of Richmond, Jasper Tudor, Duke of Bedford, and
< mother and father. PCC Spert 6, quoted at Hope, id. p. 12. He gave
two of his
> sons the Tudor names Henry and (distinctively) Jasper; the other son,
> John, was named for the boy's maternal grandfather, John Bohun.
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