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From: John Brandon <>
Subject: Re: Was Sir William Segar's daughter Anne a wife of Lewis Latham?
Date: Tue, 6 May 2008 04:56:55 -0700 (PDT)
> I agree that the new stuff is very interesting indeed. It may shed
> light on the Dungan/Latham mess. I hope you will look into that mess.
> If you can shed light on the ancestry of Frances Latham Dungan's children
> you will indeed have a big deal.
> Doug McDonald
Get your little one-track mind off Dungan for a minute. Don't you see
that my post implied that Frances Latham may have been a granddaughter
of Sir William Segar? That is indeed "a big deal" in anyone's book.
Bigger than any genealogical "discovery" you have ever made, I dare
say. And I dare repeat. And once more.
Dungan is one of those things, like Thomas Dudley's ancestry, that
repays less and less the more it is looked at.
Be a little greatful, can't you? Sheesh.
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