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Re: Edward III, King of England
Posted by: Alan Freer Date: July 20, 2001 at 23:37:44
In Reply to: Re: Edward III, King of England by Bernard Hunt of 1178

Bernard, don't believe everything you read!! It has only been since the reign of Edward III that royalty have married commoners and then only titled families. The peerage and landed gentry tend very much to marry within the "club" so the number of descendents are surprisingly, relatively small; probably less than 500,000. Look at my previous message and take a look at my Royal database.


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