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From: "M.Sjostrom" <>
Subject: San Roman
Date: Thu, 6 Aug 2009 17:26:02 -0700 (PDT)
Francisco, I ask you to refrain from misrepresenting my words. Your such behavior is fraudulent. This time, you have concocted a lie, "...Giron heirs....those that accordingly to M. Sjostrom are nowhere documented...".
These sorts of misrepresetsations show you to belong to the warped, cheating, misrepresentation,
category of Douggie.
You really should refrain from fraudulent claims, so people will not think worse of you than they already think on basis of your hitherto misrepresentations.
I have written that there is nowhere documented that Rodrigo Gonzalvez Giron (d 1256) had any sons, understand, SONS, of his own, to be his heirs or among his heirs. That is a different thing than 'heirs not documented'
and I have not seen any such documentation.
I am actually predicting that no documentation about Rodrigo's (d 1256) heirs will turn out any males who would uncontestedly be identifiable as his sons.
I am well aware that already fragmented documentations indicate that this Rodrigo had several heirs, rivalling heirs.
Sure, among his heirs are bound to be found a few males who were practically his foster-sons - I predict that even several such will turn out to be names who can be identified as sons of said Rodrigo's stepdaughter.
I have nowhere, never said that Giron heirs are undocumented, totally.
|San Roman by "M.Sjostrom" <>|