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From: "SomersetSue" <>
Subject: Re: Early de Fiennes
Date: 12 Mar 2006 10:32:35 -0800
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Thank you for your help Adrian and Tim
I'll see if I can find copies of those books and hope they can solve
the puzzle. If John de Fiennes of Dover Castle isn't an ancestor of
Ingelram de Fiennes (who married Sibyl de Tingrie) then a lot of people
out there have got the wrong names on their trees. If he is, then
Eustace I de Fiennes would surely have to be his son or even grandson.
But I've not seen anyone whose tree suggests that yet.
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