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In a forum post, Jim Fina notes it is very unlikely that Elizabeth de Burgh, Countess of Ulster, was married to Elyas (or Richard?) de Richmond, because: Elyas (or Richard) de Richmond would have become Earl of Ulster, as Elizabeth de Burgh was the only daughter and heir of William de Burgh, 3rd Earl of Ulster. He did not. Elizabeth de Burgh, Countess of ...


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The Guild of One-Name Studies has archived material from a former member who was studying the surname Tiltson that they will share with you if you contact them. It may well help you to confirm or deny what you have found so far.


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Elias Ashmole was an antiquarian and collector (among other things), whose wide-ranging interests included heraldry and genealogy. The Ashmolean Museum in Oxford was founded to manage his collection, which he bequeathed to the University there. Google Books has a scan of "A Descriptive, Analytical and Critical Catalogue of the Manuscripts Bequeathed … by ...


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I think Poole House was a large house possibly built in Slapton by and for Admiral Richard Hawkins, the son of Admiral John Hawkins of Armada fame, some time in the late 1500's or early 1600's. John Hawkins left it to his wife, after which it passed through several hands including those of the Ameridith and Bastard families before being gradually demolished ...


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