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Re: Origins of the name DAMERY
Posted by: Tim Chadwick Date: December 20, 2001 at 05:27:46
In Reply to: Origins of the name DAMERY by Willard Emery VI of 65

Willard ,I am interested in your initial post.

I also am looking for connections between Robert Damory, Baron by writ from 1317, of Bletchington, Oxon, or his brother Sir Robert of Bucknell in that county, and Robert's son, namely Sir Roger Damory who was also of Bletchingdon, Oxon to a chap by the name of Joseph D'amory or Damer of Parish Nevet in Devon, in about 1570.

The Damer line seems clear to about 1360 , and your information about John Damer being a parliamentary representative in 1423 is interesting.

I wondered whether your inquiries into these old genealogical links had taken you any further.


Tim Chadwick


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