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  • Sir Philip Courtenay, of Powderham and Molland (1403 - 1463)
    Primary Sources His proof of age states he was born at Ashton and baptised in the vill’s church on 18 January 1403. 1424. 5 Kal. Jan. SS. Apostoli, Rome. (f. 155d.) To Philip Courtenay, donsel, a...
  • Dr. James Beall (1603 - 1646)
    Dr. James B. Beall (Bell) received a Dr of Divinity from the University of Glasgow. The university has records that show that he was one of the first DDiv in the Church of Scotland. Largo, Fifeshir...
  • Rev. William Kidd (1589 - 1647)
    1. William Kidd III III b: 20 OCT 1622 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, , England 2. THOMAS Kidd b: 08 JAN 1626 in Soham Parrish, Cambridgeshire, , England 3. Jerminia Kidd b: 01 FEB 1627 in Soham Par...
  • Elizabeth Courtenay (1406 - 1476)
    Primary Sources 1424. 5 Kal. Jan. SS. Apostoli, Rome. (f. 155d.) To Philip Courtenay, donsel, and Elizabeth Hungereford, damsel , of the diocese of Bath and Wells. Confirmation of the dispensation ...
  • Roger Churchill, of Catherston (c.1522 - c.1579)
    From   Collin's Peerage The said Roger marrying Jane, Relict of Nichoki Megg, and Daughter to William Peverell of Bradford, by her had Matthew Churchill of Bradford, whose Wife was Alice, Daughter to...
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