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\n Patrick Byrne\n (c.1816 - 1876)\n \n \n

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\n Winifred Sarah Byrne\n (1848 - 1849)\n \n \n

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\n Kindred Carter, II\n (1750 - 1800)\n \n \n

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\n Edith fitzForne, de Greystoke (Concubine #6 of Henry I)\n (1080 - 1152)\n \n \n

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\n Elizabeth 3rd Hungerford, Baroness Hungerford\n (c.1528 - 1572)\n \n \n

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\n Meirchion Gul ap Gwrast Lledlwy\n (438 - 535)\n \n \n

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\n Isabel Thurston Basset de Broyes\n (c.1034 - c.1058)\n \n \n

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\n Llywarch Hen ap Elidir, Brenin Rheged\n (c.534 - 634)\n \n \n

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\n Alice Butler (Boteler)\n (1406 - d.)\n \n \n

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\n Rabbi Shlomo Gins Schlesinger Eger\n (1785 - 1852)\n \n \n

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\n Samuel Finley Breese Morse, Sr.,\n (1791 - 1872)\n \n \n

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\n Matilde of Swabia\n (c.989 - 1031)\n \n \n

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\n Raymond I Trencavel, vicomte de Béziers\n (1098 - 1167)\n \n \n

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\n Rhodri the Bald and Grey, King of Gwynedd\n (c.690 - 754)\n \n \n

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\n Uther Pendragon ap Custennyn, King of Britons\n (c.430 - c.496)\n \n \n

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\n Edith d'Oyly\n (1112 - d.)\n \n \n

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\n Henry Radclyffe, 4th Earl of Sussex\n (c.1532 - 1593)\n \n \n

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\n Sgt. John Stevens, of Andover\n (1605 - 1662)\n \n \n

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\n John Stevens, son of John Stevens and Alice Atkins, was born 1605, in England. He came to Newbury , Mass. 1638, on The Confidence, from South Hampton , England. \n He was a Husbandman from Covesham, Oxf...\n \n

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\n Colonel Hon. Sir George Arthur Charles Crichton\n (1874 - 1952)\n \n \n

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\n Dea. Nicholas Phillips, of Weymouth\n (1611 - 1672)\n \n \n

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\n Ermengarde d'Anjou, Duchess of Aquitaine Fergant\n (1068 - 1147)\n \n \n

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\n D. Fernán Pérez, IX señor de Ayala\n (1305 - 1385)\n \n \n

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\n Millicent Berkeley\n (c.1295 - 1322)\n \n \n

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\n Rikissa av Sverige (til Danmark)\n (c.1178 - 1220)\n \n \n

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\n Bertha von Sulzbach, Byzantine Empress\n (c.1115 - 1159)\n \n \n

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\n Bertha von Sulzbach (1110s-August 29, 1159) was the first wife and Empress of Byzantine Emperor Manuel I Comnenus. \n Family \n Bertha was the daughter of Berengar II, Count of Sulzbach (d.3 December 112...\n \n

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\n Edward VI of England\n (1537 - 1553)\n \n \n

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\n Robert De Cheney\n (c.1304 - 1362)\n \n \n

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\n Agrippina\n (c.449 - 486)\n \n \n

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\n James Bryant, Sr.\n (1656 - 1731)\n \n \n

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\n Ruth Bass\n (1634 - 1674)\n \n \n

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\n Katherine Aylesbury\n (c.1372 - 1436)\n \n \n

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\n Rudolf II (~927-990), Count of Altdorf\n (c.927 - 990)\n \n \n

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\n Lt. John Sanborn\n (c.1620 - 1692)\n \n \n

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\n Schewa Sophie Warburg (Bondi)\n (1784 - 1862)\n \n \n

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\n Elizabeth Greville (Willoughby), Baroness Willoughby of Broke\n (1500 - 1562)\n \n \n

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\n Fernando Bernardo Antonio Yorba\n (c.1801 - 1858)\n \n \n

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\n Col. Robert Thomas Bolling,\n (1645 - 1709)\n \n \n

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\n Sir James Strangeways of West Harlsey\n (c.1395 - c.1426)\n \n \n

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\n James Strangeways (1392 - 1426) was a member of the Strangeways family. James was born on around 1392 in Bryn and Kingsle, Cheshire, X-England. James died on around 1426 at 34 years old. \n Born Sneaton...\n \n

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\n Icel\n (deceased)\n \n \n

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\n Icel (or Icil) was an early king of Mercia, according to an eighth-century life of St Guthlac.[1] Early genealogies record him as the great-grandfather of Creoda of Mercia and the son of Eomer, last Ki...\n \n

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\n Hywel "y Fwyall" ap Gruffudd, Sir Knight\n (c.1300 - d.)\n \n \n

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\n John Davies\n (1802 - 1881)\n \n \n

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\n D. Pedro el Cronista López de Ayala, canciller mayor de Castilla y señor de Ayala\n (1332 - 1407)\n \n \n

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\n Nota: 11 Señor de Ayala Y 1er Conde de Salvatierra Y Fuensalida \n Don Pero Lopez de Ayala primogenito de don Fernã Perez de Ayala fue Chanciller mayor de Caftilla, y Señor de Salva...\n \n

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\n Joseph Alden, Sr\n (1627 - c.1697)\n \n \n

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\n Joseph Alden, Sr. was a farmer and an early settler of Bridgewater, Massachusetts. He arrived in 1654 to make a homestead on land that his father and Myles Standish had purchased earlier on from the lo...\n \n

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\n Lord William Lindsay of Crawford\n (1148 - c.1200)\n \n \n

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\n William de Lindsay is the son of Sir William de Lindesay and Aleanora (?).1,2 \n Children of William de Lindsay \n William de Lindsay+ 1 \n unknown de Lindsay 1 \n Citations \n [S37] Charles Mosley, editor,...\n \n

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\n Sarah Ann Stagg\n (1820 - 1856)\n \n \n

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\n Rind Billingsdotter, princess of Ruthenia\n (c.221 - c.250)\n \n \n

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\n Rebecca Garfield\n (1609 - 1661)\n \n \n

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\n Elizabeth Dodge\n (1614 - c.1646)\n \n \n

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\n Birth: \t1612, England / Death: \tunknown Marriage: Oct 8 1632 \n \n Spouse: William Dodge (1604 - 1685) \n \n Children: William Dodge (1640 - 1720); John Dodge; Hannah Dodge and Josiah Dodge \n \n Burial: Unk...\n \n

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\n Elizabeth Bryant\n (c.1660 - 1698)\n \n \n

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\n Juan José Pérez Pacheco\n (c.1642 - c.1701)\n \n \n

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\n Mary Dodge (Conant)\n (1631 - 1688)\n \n \n

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\n Mary Conant \n \n Birth: \tDec. 24, 1631 Salem Essex County Massachusetts \n Death: \tJan. 2, 1688 Beverly Essex County Massachusetts \n \n family \n \n Parents: \n \n Roger Conant (1592 - 1679) \n Sarah Horton Co...\n \n

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\n Hugues de Payens, 1st Templar Grand Master\n (c.1070 - 1136)\n \n \n

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\n Rhoda Conant\n (c.1718 - d.)\n \n \n

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\n (V) David Conant (2), son of David, born April 6, 1726, in Bridgewater, Mass., married in 1748 Rhoda, daughter of Thomas and Deborah (Harden) Latham. \n Mr. Conant built and lived in a one-story house, ...\n \n

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\n Mary Walter Tybott\n (1628 - 1693)\n \n \n

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\n Elizabeth Morgan\n (c.1583 - 1638)\n \n \n

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\n Note conflicting marriage dates in references and possibly multiple families maintained by William Morgan. \n _______________________ \n \n Elizabeth Morgan1 \n F, #471615, d. circa 25 June 1638 \n Last Edi...\n \n

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\n David Conant\n (1698 - 1789)\n \n \n

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\n IV) David Conant, son of William, born Dec. 11, 1698, in Beverly, married Sarah, born in 1705, daughter of Benjamin and Sarah (Aldrich) Hayward, he a grandson of Thomas Hayward, who came from England a...\n \n

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\n Hendrik I, hertog van Brabant (Duke of Brabant)\n (1165 - 1235)\n \n \n

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\n Biographical Summary: \n \"... Henry Ford (July 30, 1863 – April 7, 1947) was a prominent American industrialist, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and sponsor of the development of the assem...\n \n

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\n Philippe III "le Bon", duc de Bourgogne\n (1396 - 1467)\n \n \n

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\n \n from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. \n Philip the Good (French: Philippe le Bon ), also Philip III, Duke of Burgundy (July 31, 1396 – June 15, 1467) was Duke of Burgundy from 1419 until his ...\n \n

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\n Peter Woodbury, Jr.\n (1666 - 1706)\n \n \n

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\n Sir Gilbert Talbot, 1st Lord Talbot\n (1276 - 1346)\n \n \n

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\n Gilbert Talbot, 1st Lord Talbot1 \n M, #203466, b. 18 October 1276, d. 13 February 1346 \n Gilbert Talbot, 1st Lord Talbot was born on 18 October 1276. \n 1 He was the son of Sir Richard Talbot and Sarah ...\n \n

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\n Richard II, count of Amiens\n (c.780 - 825)\n \n \n

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\n \n Parentage unsure; various trees have him as son of \t \n \n Waudbert VIII, comte de Lommois and Richarde de Ponthieu \n Godefroid Le Danois\n \n

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\n ... d'Amiens\n (c.795 - 826)\n \n \n

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\n Ursula . verch Dynod, Saint\n (305 - c.383)\n \n \n

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\n Dynod Donaut King of Dumonia\n (c.280 - 340)\n \n \n

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\n Jan van Groenewegen, "Orang Kaya Hulubalang Raja"\n (c.1620 - 1665)\n \n \n

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\n 1637: sent by the VOC as assistant (from where? to where?) \n 1645: onderkoopman (assistant buyer) in Malakka \n 1650: buyer (koopman), i.e. in Udjung Selang \n 1651: resident in Phuket (Udjung Selang, Uj...\n \n

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\n Václav II King of Bochemia, král\n (1271 - 1305)\n \n \n

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\n Roscille des Loches, comtesse d'Anjou\n (874 - 929)\n \n \n

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\n Sarah Converse (Smyth)\n (c.1592 - 1625)\n \n \n

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\n Sarah Parker (1592 - 1625) Born in Great Burstead, England on 1592 and died 1625 in England. \n Parents:James Smyth (1563-Unknown) and Marye Mychell (1571-Unknown) \n Married \n \n Edward Converse 1603-166...\n \n

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\n Sargon II, King of Assyria\n (b. - -705)\n \n \n

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\n Princess Henrietta of England, Duchess of Orléans\n (1644 - 1670)\n \n \n

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\n Although she was born a princess, she lived in poverty.\n \n

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\n Ada d'Engaine, Heiress of Burgh-by Sands\n (c.1122 - 1167)\n \n \n

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\n Ada d'Engayne, daughter and heir of William de Engaine.  Ada was born about 1093 (some have 1122) and  lived in Burgh-by-Sands, Cumbria, England.  \n \n parents: William de Engaine (...\n \n

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\n Simon Corbet\n (1093 - 1155)\n \n \n

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\n Simon was born about 1093 in Caus Castle, Wattlesborough, Shropshire, England.1 Simon's father was 1st Lord of Caus Roger Corbet and his mother was . His paternal grandparents were Hugo (Le Corbeau) le...\n \n

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\n Hildegarde de Beaugency\n (1044 - 1109)\n \n \n

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\n Hildegarde de BAUGENCY [Parents] 1, 2 was born 1045 in Beaugency, Loiret, France. She died 1070 in , Anjou, France. Hildegarde married Foulques IV \"Rechin\" d' ANJOU on 1067 in , Anjou, France. \n They h...\n \n

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\n Sibylla d'Anjou, Countess of Flanders\n (1112 - 1165)\n \n \n

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\n Sibylla of Anjou (c. 1112-1165) was a daughter of Fulk V of Anjou and Ermengarde of Maine, and wife of William Clito and Thierry, Count of Flanders. \n In 1123 Sibylla married William Clito, son of the ...\n \n

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\n Ingeborg af Novgorod Fyrst Mseilavs datter af Rusland Mstislawna, Prinsessa av Kiev\n (c.1099 - 1137)\n \n \n

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\n Ingeborg af Novgorod - var gift med Knud Lavard, hertug af Sønderjylland. Wikipedia DA \n Ингеборга Киев...\n \n

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\n Gesina Steenkamp, b6\n (c.1723 - c.1760)\n \n \n

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\n Gesina was the second wife of Jan Labuschagne. When she married him in 1739 she was 16 years old, and he had 3 young children aged 7, 5 and 3. She then had 5 children between 1739 and 1753 when Jan Lab...\n \n

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\n Violet Amy Seymour\n (1894 - 1996)\n \n \n

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\n George Strong, Sr.\n (c.1556 - 1636)\n \n \n

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\n Franz Amshel Kafka\n (1883 - 1924)\n \n \n

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\n Lars Skytøen\n \n \n \n

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\n Knud Henriksen Gyldenstierne, til Restrup og Ivernæs\n (c.1415 - 1467)\n \n \n

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\n Peder Johnsen, Eidsvollsmann\n (1783 - 1836)\n \n \n

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\n Louis van Bengale, SV/PROG\n (c.1652 - c.1716)\n \n \n

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\n Reference The First Fifty Years Project \n Louis van Bengale \n Born c.1653 Bengal \n Baptised 5 May 1675 at Nederduitsch Gereformeerde Kerk, (Cape Town), de Caep de Goede Hoop, the record describes him a...\n \n

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\n Guillaume VIII, seigneur de de Montpéllier\n (1158 - 1202)\n \n \n

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