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Subject: Re: Sir John de Mowbray's kinswoman, Lady Clemence de Vesci
Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2009 15:29:34 -0800 (PST)
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On Jan 16, 3:15 pm, Douglas Richardson <> wrote:
> On Jan 16, 4:00 pm, wrote:
> > So in two days the gentleman's name has changed to "Henri d'Avaugour"
> > and he has been demoted from his previous rank of count - he is no
> > longer "Count Henry of Avaugour" as you insistently called him earlier
> > in this thread. So was it you that was wrong, or are you going to
> > blame John Carmi Parsons for this mistake, since you claimed him as an
> > authority for the previous version?
> No evidence, no citations, no weblinks = IGNORE.
> Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah
Okay, here are the weblinks to support the specific statements in this
A) reference to "Count Henry of Avaugour" - 14 Jan 2009:
B) Citation of John Carmi Parsons to support the above assertion - 14
C) Revised identification as "Henri d'Avaugour" - 16 Jan 2009:
Is this sufficient to jog your memory? So stop beating around the
bush and answer the question - or just admit that you were wrong the
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