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Photos

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Alfred C. Petersen in uniform.
Alfred C. Petersen in uniform.
My dad served in the Army in WW II.   
  14 May 2022
Sir Thomas Button, Knight
Sir Thomas Button, Knight

 
  4 May 2022
Sir Robert Mansell d.1656
Sir Robert Mansell d.1656

 
  2 May 2022

Documents

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MS 5.6-3 page 497 Maunsell Pedigree
MS 5.6-3 page 497 Maunsell Pedigree

 
  2 May 2022
Reference:	C 1/1069/10-13
Reference: C 1/1069/10-13
Description:
Short title: Seynt John v Kemys.
Plaintiffs: John SEYNT JOHN of Bletsoe, co. Bedford, knight, descendant and heir of Alexander, son of Oliver Seynt John, knight.
Defendants: David and William Morgan KEMYS and Jenkyn SMYTH, descendant and heir of Robert Mayo and of Maude his wife.
Subject: Messuage and land held of the manor of West Barry. Pedigrees given. Glamorgan
Date: 1538-1544
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record

1) The [_____] of Sir John Seynt John knyghte to
2) the [_____] of William Morgan and Jenkyn Smyth
3)
4) The [_____] complayntant [_____] and [_____] his [_____] bill of compainte to be [_____] in the lawe to be [_____] unto [_____] the matter therin [_____] term and [_____] and not contryayde by
5) the said complantant in the only entent to put the said deff. to [_____] and
6) be replyed unto and the matter
7) And for the
8)
9) Moltown and Thomas Marshall person of [_____] to them and to their
10) [_____] the [____] of the sonne [____] of West Barry
11)
12) to the said
13) eagle / and to
14) Dyffende
15) into the
16) being
17) beynge
18) take the premisses of the said
19) the sunne
20) demensne
21) knyght
22) give
23) And
24) knyghte
25) Alexander ___ ___ aforesaid and
26)
27)
28) who had
29) compell
20) the sunne
31) lordshipp
32) uppt yn the
33) molde
34) said [_] John Stynt John the
35) the said
36) John Stynt John
37)
38) by
39) to
40) demesne
41) and of
42) the said compleynant
43) matter will to be
44) courte wyll


updated Transcription by Bob Allen 2022:

Title Line 1:  The [  ] of Sir John Seynt John, Knight to the 

Title Line 2:  [    ] of William Morgan & Jenkyn Smith

Line 1:  [ ] said complainant bill of complaint to be [  ] in the law unto [    ]

Line 2: the said complainant [  ] to put the said defendant [  ] and further

Line 3:  to be replyed unto and the matter [  ] by he said defendant in the only [  ] and who the unlawful

Line 4:  And for the [  ] of the [  ] for the [  ] long time before the said Sir John Seynt John [   ] in the said [  ]

Line 5:  Memo of [  ] that on John And?? [  ] of [  ] and in the said mind [  ]

Line 6:  Mathews? And Thomas Marshall [  ] to them and their heirs and the said John [  ] by his [  ] feofment? [  ]

Line 7:  granted the seisin? Of the said manor? [  ] West Berry [  ] in Alexander so to the John Seynt John [  ] and to hold to him and to the heirs male of the body.

Line 8:  [            ] to be [                                              ]

Line 9:  to the said Alexander and for the son? John Andrews? [  ] son Alexander [                                    ]

Line 10:  [                                                                                         ]

Line 11:  [  ] the said Sir John Seynt John [  ] confirm? Unto son and heirs male of his of the [   ] body of the said Alexander  [   ] the said Sir John Seynt John

Line 12:  into the manor of West Berry and so [  ] with the [   ] heirs male of the body of the said Alexander and so West Berry forfeited? [    ]

Line 13:  being all of the said manor of West Berry in the said Robert Mayo and so [   ] for the term of [    ] years [                ]

Line 14:  being bastard son to the said Robert Mayo aforesaid? [   ] make [  ] the said [   ] Mayo, a minor? By the first son of the said John Seynt John [  ] of the said [                      ]

Line 15:  [   ] of the said manor?  [    ] the said Sir John Seynt John and of [  ] Oliver Seynt John and [  ] of the said Manor? [   ] of the [    ]

Line 16:  [           ] Sir John Seynt John  [     ] of and in [         ]

Line 17:  [            ] son of John Seynt John [    ] be the [    ] of the said Olyver And the said Olyver [                              ]

Line 18:  [   ] and Dyed of the said [             ] the said [          ] in the said Sir John Seynt John

Line 19:  give unto the said Olyver Seynt John [   ]of the said John Seynt John was [   ] forfeited?  in the [    ] and said [  ] Sir John Seynt John

Line 20:  and of the said [  ] Oxford? Forfeited? In [           ] John Seynt John

Line 21:  [          ] Sir John Seynt John Knight and if said John Seynt John

Line 22:  Alexander [  ] aforesaid and the said Alexander [  ] John Mayo [                                  ]

Line 23:  [  ] Plaintiff [       ] of landis lawful [   ] and so [    ] seisin?  [           ]

Line 24:  [  ] with the [        ] upon [       ] Sir John Seynt John [    ] being [  ] the said Sir John Seynt John

Line 25:  who had [          ] of the said Sir John Seynt John [           ]

Line 26:  complainant did make the possession? Of the profits to the said [    ] unto [  ] come to the said Sir John Seynt John [          ]

Line 27:  The said [    ] the said John Seynt John for [                     ]

Line 28:  land [  ] the said Sir John Seynt John [                              ]

Line 29:  [                 ] the said John Seynt John [  ] to be [              ] Smyth.

Line 30:  The said Sir John Seynt John [     ] the said [                   ]

Line 31:  John Seynt John by whom the said defendant [     ] forfeited? The said manor of West Berry as his [                          ]

Line 32:  [   ] did give and [        ] messaege [     ] land belonging      [        ] belonging [        ] Robt Mayo [                                 ]

Line 33:  [       ] John Mayo [    ] son and heir of the land by which Robert Mayo [          ] then [  ] the said John [     ] unto the Smyth and in

Line 34:  [            ] the said John Mayo [                  ] and dyed seized of [                        ]

Line 35:  and f [    [ the said [               ] heirs of the body of the said John Mayo [        ] the said [                      ]

Line 36:  the said complaitant [   ] did [                                 ]

Line 37 [   ] matter will to be [           ] and not

Line 38 [              ] will [         ]


 
  28 Apr 2022


de Port-St. John Birth

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Probable Ancestry of Elizabeth St. John Whiting based on her husband's claims.
Probable Ancestry of Elizabeth St. John Whiting based on her husband's claims.

 
  21 May 2022

de Port-St. John Marriage

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Family of Thomas St. John son of Oliver St. John and Agnes Fisher
Family of Thomas St. John son of Oliver St. John and Agnes Fisher
https://www.familysearch.org/library/books/viewer/246166/?offset=&return=1#page=214&viewer=picture&o=download&n=0&q=%22Nicholas%20browne%22  
  21 May 2022


MAPS

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Fort St. George
Fort St. George
aka Popham Colony
aka Sagadahoc Colony
 
  15 May 2022


Heraldry

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Hebrew Chamois or Gazelle Heraldry for Ephraim son of Jesus
Hebrew Chamois or Gazelle Heraldry for Ephraim son of Jesus
often mistaken for a goat and thus became symbolic for Baphomet or Satan to keep the story of Jesus and Mary Magadalene suppressed.   
  10 May 2022

Individuals

 ID   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Born/Christened   Location   Last Modified 
I105553393 
Browne, Judge Samuel 
b. 1597-1608   21 May 2022
I10493 
de Port-St. John, Thomas Gent., of Colletts, Keysoe & Toddington, Bedfordshire 
b. 12 Jul 1557  Bedford, Bedfordshire, England  21 May 2022
I105557928 
_____, Margaret de Port-St. John 
   21 May 2022
I105557924 
_____, Winifred alleged wife of Colletts, m. Thomas de Port-St. John of Toddington???? 
b. abt. 1550   21 May 2022
I105557927 
Browne, John 
b. 1598-1608   21 May 2022
I105557926 
Meade, Elizabeth Browne 
   21 May 2022
I1069 
de Port-St. John, Henry 
b. 1545  Keysoe, Bedfordshire, England  21 May 2022
I104783465 
de Port-St. John, Oliver 
b. 25 Jun 1598  Wootton Bassett, Wilshire, England  21 May 2022
I105557914 
de Port-St. John, Oliver of Keysoe, Bedfordshire, England 
b. ca. 1575  Bedfordshire, England, UK  21 May 2022
I11155 
de Port-St. John, Frances m. Nicholas Browne m. [Thomas] Weales 
b. 1567  Toddington, Bedfordshire, England  21 May 2022

Families
          
 ID   Father ID   Father's Name   Mother ID   Mother's Name   Married   Last Modified 
 F401140 
 I10493  Thomas de Port-St. John, Gent., of Colletts, Keysoe & Toddington, Bedfordshire  I105557928  Margaret _____, de Port-St. John  abt. 1595  21 May 2022
 F401136 
 I105557923  Nicholas Browne, BD, vicar of Polebrooke, Northants  I11155  Frances de Port-St. John, m. Nicholas Browne m. [Thomas] Weales  27 Apr 1597  21 May 2022
 F401139 
 I105553393  Judge Samuel Browne  I105557926  Elizabeth Meade, Browne  30 Apr 1629  21 May 2022
 F401138 
 I105557925  _____ Weles  I10669  Frances de Port-St. John, m. Richard Browne & or _____ Welles    21 May 2022
 F398586 
 I105557914  Oliver de Port-St. John, of Keysoe, Bedfordshire, England  I105550794  Alice Haselden  16 Aug 1611  21 May 2022
 F754 
 I10493  Thomas de Port-St. John, Gent., of Colletts, Keysoe & Toddington, Bedfordshire  I10494  Ann Bourne, Chicheley, de Port-St. John  10 Dec 1594  21 May 2022
 F401137 
 I10493  Thomas de Port-St. John, Gent., of Colletts, Keysoe & Toddington, Bedfordshire  I105557924  Winifred _____, alleged wife of Colletts, m. Thomas de Port-St. John of Toddington????  abt. 1565  21 May 2022
 F4849 
 I104783513  Oliver de Port-St. John, , of Colletts, Keysoe, Bedfordshire, England  I11730  Margaret Easton    21 May 2022
 F756 
 I10496  Sir Thomas Chicheley, of Wimpole  I10494  Ann Bourne, Chicheley, de Port-St. John  abt. 1575  21 May 2022
 F632 
 I1069  Henry de Port-St. John  I1070  Jane Neale    21 May 2022


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