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From: "SomersetSue" <>
Subject: Re: Early de Fiennes
Date: 14 Mar 2006 12:33:25 -0800
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Thank you for the references Doug

I'm going to go with the Eustache, Conan line as that does seem the
more likely and well referenced for the ancestors of the Clinton
Fiennes but I'm still hunting down anything I can find about Dover,
wondering who John de Fiennes was and if his supposed descendants had
anything to do with the Martock lot! Someone has offered to take a look
in Dover library later this week........maybe something will turn up on
their shelves.

I live fairly near Martock so I tried a search in the church there in
the hope there just might be some very old memorials to de Fiennes but
it's too modern being 15th century!

Sue


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