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Warwick, as a marriage portion with his wife Sebit, dau. of Henry de Villiers,
eewer to William de Newburgh, Earl of Warwick, all which possessions were
confirmed by HEMRT II. to his son, WILLIAM L'ARcnsB, whose son, JOHN L'
This John m. Margery, fio. of Sir William Tracey, of Todington, со. Gloucester, and
ns i. by his eldest son, JOBJ AICHI* who m. Isabel, dan. of Ralph Erecote, Esq., •
of Encole, со. Warwick, *y whom he had two son« and two torn. ; and, dying in ...
Mr. Archer Л. In 16SS, and WM ». by hl« eldest «on, ANDREW ARCHER, Esq.,
M.P. for the county of Warwick In the reigns of WILLIAM and MART, Queen Лия«,
and King GEORGE I., and one of the commissioners appointed in 1711 to inquire
This gallant officer had a command in the battle of Kincton, in the county of
Warwick, where he displayed the hereditary valour of his family, and he was
subsequently actively engaged during the whole of the civil wars, in which
T BUM AJ (Sir), M.P. for the со. of Warwick, m. Elizabeth, dan. of Richard, son of
Sir William H&recourt, Km., from which union the ABTLETS of Fatshull, со.
Stafford, and the AfTurs of Everleigh, WUU, lineally derived. Of the Pats- boll
family was ...
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A wonderful source book covering a vast number of years and delving into the history of the Nobility of England. It gives you all the important descendants of families continuing onward to hold titles, but does not touch the full family in many instances. You have the current, the next title holder and a sibling mentioned due to the fact that the sibling's progeny will succeed the title next. When he arrives at the terminal end of a title, and the title is held in abeyance between surviving female inheritors, you do get a fuller view of the family. Some generations are skipped entirely as they do not succeed the title
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