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Re: Seigneur D' Etampes 1170 Normandy
Posted by: A. L. Stamps (ID *****5104) Date: July 23, 2004 at 08:22:35
In Reply to: Seigneur D' Etampes 1170 Normandy by kristen scott of 468

Hi Kristen

William Stampe and his son Timothy Stampe are both buried in the floor of St Mary's Church in Shipton under Wychwood, Oxfordshire, England. My wife and I were there in June. We have many friends in Shipton and Milton and always stay at Bruern Stables (converted into cottages) on Bruern Grange. William and Timothy lived on Bruern Grange. They abbey was torn down in the 1500's and a house called "Bruern Abbey" was built on the spot in 1700. The house that William and Timothy lived in is still there on Bruern Grange. We consider that area our "home" while traveling in England and Europe. Did Italy also this trip.

The Church in Cholsey (south of Oxford) has a number of Stampe people buried in the floor.

Only history I have on D'Etamps is what I got from Will's Dad's material.

Al Stamps

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