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Re: Garton royal lines 3
Posted by: tony schoonover (ID *****6243) Date: September 20, 2010 at 10:49:25
In Reply to: Re: Garton royal lines 3 by Leland Garton of 656

Another pathway for our pedigree line via William Garton and Margaret Angell):

1) Kenneth I, King of Scotland (810-859)
2) Constantine I, King of Scotland (836-877)
3) Donald II, King of Scotland (862-900)
4) Malcolm I, King of Scotland (897-954)
5) Kenneth II, King of Scotland (932-995)
6) Malcolm II, King of Scotland (954-1034)
7) Bethoc of Scotland, Heiress of Scone (984-___)
8) Duncan I, King of Scotland (1005-1040)
9) Malcolm III, King of Scotland (1031-1093)
10) Matilda, Princess of Scotland (1079-1118)
Wife of Henry I, King of England (1068-1135)
11) Matilda, Princess of England (1102-1169
12) Henry II, King of England (1133-1189)
13) John 'Lackland', King of England (1166-1216)
14) Henry III, King of England (1207-1272)
15) Edward I, King of England (1239-1307)
16) Elizabeth Plantagenet, Princess of England (1282-1316)
17) Eleanor de Bohun (1304-1363)
18) Petronella le Boteler (1332-1368)
19) Richard Talbot, 4th Baron Talbot (1361-1396)
20) Alice Talbot (1390-1436)
21) Joan Barre (1418-1474)
22) Richard Delabere (1448-1514)
23) (____) Delabere**
24) John Rufford**
25) Walter Rufford**
26) Roger Rufford**
27) Joane Rufford**
28) John Prichett**
29) Anne Prichett (1588-____)
30) William Angell (1611-1659)
31) Margarett Angell (1639-1702)
32) John Garton (1661-1698)

** Heraldic visitations (1530-1688) were tours of inspectors by the King of Arms in England, Wales and Ireland in order to regulate and register the coats of arms of nobility and boroughs, and to record pedigrees. Notable is the Harleian Society Collection held at the British Museum. The Society's editors of the Heraldic Visitations in the keeping of the College of Arms is known for the scholarship of its publications.

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