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Re: Robert Frampton, Deprived Bishop of Gloucester
Posted by: Lynn van Rooijen (ID *****8294) Date: December 01, 2003 at 15:18:30
In Reply to: Robert Frampton, Deprived Bishop of Gloucester by Stephen Frampton of 485

I don't know about ancestors, but I would be interested in hearing what the book has to say about the relatives (ancestors, siblings and possibly descendants) of this Robert. I have also run into references to him in some UK records but had never seen details.

I have found a Robert Frampton shipping out of Bristol about 1635 (as master of the ship), and references to a few other Roberts in later years. We also know that my ancestor William Frampton was an agent for a merchant from Bristol in the 1680's. We are trying to connect this William back to somewhere and someone in the UK. Also have a John Frampton in the late 1500's who was probably a well-traveled and educated merchant who translated a number of books on the New World from Spanish into English. There is a (good) chance that this John was an relative/ancestor of William's but no proof of this yet.


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