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Subject: Re: Early Australian 'gateway' immigrants with mediaeval ancestry
Date: 17 Apr 2007 00:35:56 -0700
On Apr 17, 4:31 pm, wrote:
> On 17 Apr., 06:43, wrote:
> > On Apr 17, 9:02 am, "wjhonson" <> wrote:
> > > If this ascent is to be believed than this line has more than one
> > > royal ascent.>From this alledged Theobald Butler of Priestown b 1610 I have seven of
> > > his 16 great-grandparents with royal English ascents.
> > > I made the possibly false assumption that "Margaret O'Brien of
> > > Thomond" fit as a daughter to
> > > Donough O'Brien d 1624 by his wife Elizabeth FitzGerald.
> > > If Margaret actually fits one generation earlier (which is possible)
> > > she would lose several ascents, but not all of them.
> > > I do not have a royal ascent yet for Donough O'Brien, 2nd Earl of
> > > Thomond who d 1553
> > > nor for
> > > Thomas FitzMaurice, 16th Lord of Kerry who d 1590
> > > Will Johnson
> > Hello listers,
> > Elizabeth MARKS c. l811-26 Mar 1890 at "Ingelba", Near Walcha. NSW who
> > married into our family was a supposed descendant of the earls of
> > Ormonde. See: Roots Web's WorldConnect Project: Heath and Gaul
> > Familieshttp://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=...
> > My ancestor Thomas Boorer (c. 1833-1909) and his brothers, Benjamin,
> > Stephen and William BOWRA or BOORER were descendants of King Edward I.
> > These boys arrived in Australia in the early 1850's.
> > Please check out my photos at:http://picasaweb.google.com/glenvillester/EuropeanMonuments
> > Regards from a longtime lurker,
> > Carole
> Thanks, Carole. Are they from the Kentish Bowras (in Burke's Landed
> Gentry)? Are they connected with Bowraville by any chance?
> Best wishes, Michael- Hide quoted text -
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The earlier members of the family were from Surrey, but the GARDs were