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From: wjhonson <>
Subject: Re: Ferrers Baddsley Clinton 16th century
Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2008 20:30:13 -0800 (PST)
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On Dec 17, 8:05 pm, "Monica Kanellis" <>
> On Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 10:54 PM, wjhonson <> wrote:
> > You might Monica question that she was a Ferrers.
> > What is the source for that?
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> JE Jackson in his Hungerford Family Collections vol III (1855) WANHS
> library Devizes notes "some say Ursula Frognall, but she was wife to his
> brother Edward Hungerford". This was looked up for me by a fellow lister.
> Not sure where the Ferrers arms came from that are shown quartered with the
> Edmund's Hungerford ones. In parish documents and the marriage record, she
> is just Ursula. It's a place to start, anyway.
I'm a tad skeptical that two brothers both married Ursula's.
You realize when you collate that she had a child born "aft 1568" you
seem to be adhering to her being here
in CTEG where they list some of the children for Ursula and Edmond.
But if so, then you have to also account for their being of North
Standon and possibly related to the older Edmund of Weston who had
moved there just being dying evidently. At least this source will
allow you burial dates, so pinning this couple to a certain time
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