|Sir K||RE: Lady Emma Knightly nee Andrews|
I refer to your message dated September 20th 2014 in which you state that Emma Knightly nee Andrews could not have died on the 11th April 1490 as she had other children after the dated of her death.
Added by Sir K on Sep 30, 2015 6:15 PM
|Sir K||Lady Emma Knightly nee Andrews|
re Emma Knightly,
I'm a direct male family member.
The family pedigree which was ordered by Lady Louisa Knightley 1842-1913 in 1890 and was completed by a well known and respected historian clearly states that Lady Emma died 11th April 1490 and was buried at Charwelton with a monument leaving issue Thomas and Richard, Jane, Anne and Margaret.
Added by Sir K on Sep 30, 2015 5:11 PM
|Shawn Lloyd||Suannah Lloyd 1685|
I believe her parents could be Thomas Lloyd 1665-1704 and Joanne Williams. Susannah married William Philips, then their daughter Susan Philips married John Rucker. That could be correct. I noticed there's some dispute as to this so I thought to check it out.
|Carol Ballard||RE: Hannah Copenhaver Grave Photos|
I consider these two my miracle find! How we found them ? Only the good Lord knows. And we didn't have to look very long. It was exciting to find because we all three knew they were the graves when we saw them. I wish they showed up better in the photos.
|linda ewing||William Harwell 51219180|
Thank you sooooooo much for looking for William Harwell grave. Your effort and time is much appreciated. THANK YOU, Linda
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph the Clark stones for me. I really appreciate it!
|Ben Tilford Calvert||RE: Annie Wainscott|
You are welcome. Thanks for the acknowledgement. Ben
|Ben Tilford Calvert||RE: Patrick Wainscott|
You are welcome. Ben
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||RE: Andrew Windsor Photo|
No worries, and thank you. It was pointed out to me by someone else, I would never have known.
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Sir Andrew Windsor|
If you do a Google search on the portrait you left on the memorial for Sir Andrew Windsor (#104950346) you will find the portrait is of Sir George Neville, 3rd Lord Abergavenny. Would you kindly remove it? Thank you!
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