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Subject: Re: Was Sir William Segar's daughter Anne a wife of Lewis Latham?
Date: Tue, 06 May 2008 15:41:59 -0500
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pj.evans wrote:

>
> Pulled a short descendancy from my own database; if I have it (and the
> Thomases) right, Thomas of Lincoln's Inn was a second cousin of Thomas
> father of William the perfumer:
>
> 1 Philip DONGAN
> + Alison WALSHE
> 2 Thady DONGAN d: abt 1563
> + Anne O'MOORE
>


(clipped just to save space)

Now I fond that interesting indeed.

What is your source?

Of course, it does not give William Dungan a royal ancestry, but at
least it gives him an ancestry.

Doug McDonald


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