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From: Wjhonson <>
Subject: Re: Longueville ancestry
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 21:18:26 -0500 (EST)
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Edward Longueville's wife Margaret, as a daughter of Hester (Sandys) Temple

http://books.google.com/books?id=-jETBAymqn0C&pg=PA365

The Baronetage of England, Wotton, Kimber, Johnson

"Longueville"




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From: Leo <>
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Subject: Longueville ancestry


Will Johnson recvorded :

Here we see that Honora Conway ancestress to the present Earl of
Lichfield

http://www.genealogics.org/pedigree.php?personID=I00249526&tree=LEO

In Honora's ancestry on this page we see Margaret Longueville with no
parents.

Her parents were Edward Longueville who is buried 6 Aug 1661 at
Wolverton Bucks and his wife Margaret Temple daughter of Thomas Temple
of Stowe 1st Bnt by his wife Hester Sandys

Margaret's shortest royal path is ten steps to through the Cary
family, to the Spencer family through the Beauforts, up to Edward III
King of England

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I feel young Will is leading us up the garden path.

Do you have a source making Margaret Longueville a daughter of Edward Longueville and Margaret Temple?

And here start the ommissions and questionables. It is not your plain Edward Longueville, no it is Sir Edward Longueville, 1st Baronet. Will calls his wife Margaret (and I tend to believe him) but the Complete Peerage calls her Hester. The reason I am willing to believe Will is that Sir Thomas Temple Bt has another daughter called Hester.

But now comes the garden path. "Margaret (Hester ?) shortest royal path is ten steps to through the Cary family, to the Spencer family through the Beauforts, up to Edward III."

It is not Margaret/Hester but her husband Sir Edward Longueville who has that line...........
Really Will, how could you?

Leo






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