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Re: Gladwyn in 1500's.
Posted by: nicolas christian (ID *****3567) Date: August 30, 2005 at 01:34:43
In Reply to: Re: Gladwyn in 1500's. by Jonathan Cave of 160

Thanks for replying Jonathan. I would be interested in whatever you can send me about Henry's ancestors, including the Dakeynes.
I have a Jebb family tree which shows the marriage to Henry's daughter but the more I look on the internet, the more I realise that it is full of gaps and mispellings so badly needs up-dating.
As I said, all the family since at least my g-grandfather have the Gladwyn name, including my 2 children (who wonder why)so I assume they attached some importance to it.
Yes, I'm sure we are related reasonably closely compared to some other ancestors on other sides of my family. The further back I go in my various family trees, the more I realise we are all very distantly cross-related.
There are some marvellous sites on the internet which do almost all the work for you.
My email address is nicolas@ashdel.com.au
Regards Nicolas Christian


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