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Subject: Re: Sarah Duchess of York's Arderne and Legh medieval ancestry
Date: Sat, 10 May 2008 07:07:45 -0700 (PDT)
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On May 10, 2:04 am, wjhonson <> wrote:
> Hal Bradley advises me that Ormerod has this Arderne family.
> I find it here as well
>
> http://books.google.com/books?id=ak45AAAAMAAJ&pg=PA144http://books.google.com/books?id=1OUKAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA45&dq=%22francis+b...
>
> Giving a further ascent as
> 1) John Arderne + Mary Holland
> son of
> 2) John Arderne + Frances Legh (or his name might be Ralph Arderne)
> son of
> 3) John Arderne + Anne Hyde
> son of
> 4) Ralph Arderne + Maud Davenport
> son of
> 5) John Arderne + Miss Heaton of Lancs.
> son of
> 6) Ralph Arderne + Miss Stanley of Hooten
> son of
> 7) Henry Arderne + Ellen Whetenhall
> son of
> 8) Sir John Arderne + Miss Whoever
> son of
> 9) Sir John Arderne + Ellen de Wasteneys
> son of
> 10) John Arderne + Alice Venables
>
> while Ellen Wasteneys was
> daughter of
> 10) William Wasteneys + Cicely Arderne
>
> and now we've completed the connection back to Leo's database
> showing further royal ascents on this line
>
> Will Johnson

I don't think Collins had this quite right.

See http://www.thornber.net/cheshire/htmlfiles/stockport.html.

Doug Smith


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