The Johnson-Wallace & Fish-Kirk Families




William de Chaworth and Alice de Alfreton




Husband William de Chaworth

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       Marriage: Bef 16 Jul 1252



Wife Alice de Alfreton

            AKA: Alicia de Alfreton
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         Father: Robert de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton (      -      ) 1 2
         Mother: Agnes (      -      )




Children
1 M Sir Thomas de Chaworth of Alfreton and Norton 1

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           Died: Bef 20 Oct 1315
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         Spouse: Joan (      -      )
           Marr: Bef 1 Nov 1301




Research Notes: Wife - Alice de Alfreton

Coheir of her brother Thomas.


Sir Robert de Lathom Sheriff of Lancashire and Amicia de Alfreton




Husband Sir Robert de Lathom Sheriff of Lancashire 3

           Born: Abt 1215 - Lancashire, England
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           Died: After 1287 - Lancashire, England
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         Father: Richard de Lathom (      -      ) 1
         Mother: 


       Marriage: Bef 16 Jul 1252



Wife Amicia de Alfreton 1 4

           Born: Abt 1208
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         Father: Robert de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton (      -      ) 1 2
         Mother: Agnes (      -      )




Children
1 M Sir Robert de Lathom of Lathom 5 6

           Born: Abt 1224 - Lathom, Ormskirk, Lancashire, England
     Christened: 
           Died: 8 Jul 1325 - Lathom, Ormskirk, Lancashire, England
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         Spouse: Katherine de Knowsley (Abt 1252-After 1325) 5 7



2 M Richard Lathom

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           Died: After 1320
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Research Notes: Husband - Sir Robert de Lathom Sheriff of Lancashire

From http://cybergata.com/roots/1350.htm :
Background Information. 824
Sir Robert de Lathom, son of Richard de Lathom, was sheriff of Lancashire in 1236, and again 1249, and seven years further, and married Amicia, sister and coheiress of Thomas de Alfreton, and by her had two sons, Thomas de Lathom of Mosborough, and Sir Robert, son and heir.

~The Courcher Book, Or Chartulary, of Whalley Abbey, Vol. II, p. 551
• Background Information. 863
Sir Robert de Lathom, heir to his older brother, Richard, succeeded Richard sometime before 1230, which can be fixed at a probable date of his charter of confirmation to Stanlaw Abbey of lands once belonging to his grandfather Robert Fitz Henry [Coucher Book of Whalley, pp. 550, 551]. In 1250, he had a grant of the custody of the Honor and Castle of Lancaster, an office of dignity almost commensurate with that of an Earl Palatine, and had grant again of the custody of this Honor in 1254. He occurs as Sheriff of Lancashire in 1236, from 1248 to 1256 and again in 1263, in Military Summonses against Llewellyn, 1277 and again in 1282, twice and in Summons to Earl of Cormwall's Military Council at Gloucester in 1287.

Sir Robert's wife was Amicia, daughter and coheir of Robert de Alfreton. Their son and heir was Sir Robert de Lathom.

~Parentalia, Genealogical Memoirs, p. 66-67 3


Research Notes: Wife - Amicia de Alfreton

From http://cybergata.com/roots/1382.htm:
~The Courcher Book, Or Chartulary, of Whalley Abbey, Vol. II, p. 551, Sir Robert de Lathom married Amicia, sister and coheiress of Thomas de Alfreton. 824

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, (Chaurces), Vol. III, p. 153, footnote (a), William de Chaurces, married Alice, eldest daughter of Robert Alfreton, of Norton, Derby, and Alice was the coheir of her brother Thomas Alfreton. 141

~Parentalia, Genealogical Memoirs, p. 66-67, Sir Robert's wife was Amicia, daughter and coheir of Robert de Alfreton. Their son and heir was Sir Robert de Lathom. 863

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Source http://cybergata.com/roots/1382.htm cites the detailed lineage
From Gen-Medieval Archives: Lathom and Chaworth: descents from Robert de Alfreton <http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/GEN-MEDIEVAL/2005-01/1106320406>. 193 <sources.htm>
From: Therav3ATaol.com
Subject: Lathom and Chaworth: descents from Robert de Alfreton
Date: Fri, 21 Jan 2005 10:13:26 EST 1 4



Research Notes: Child - Sir Robert de Lathom of Lathom

From http://cybergata.com/roots/498.htm :
~Weis' Ancestral Roots . . ., 8th Edition, 57:32, Sir Thomas de Lathom of Lathom and Knowsley, Lancaster, son of Sir Robert de Latham and Katherine, daughter of Thomas de Knowsley. 160

~Abstracts of Inquisitions post Mortem , p. 20, Robert de Lathom, Inq. p.m. 18 Ed. II, 1324/5, m. to Katherine daughter and heir of thomas de Knouselegh, and their children were Thomas and Johanna.

Background Information. 824
Sir Robert de Lathom, son and heir of Sir Robert de Lathom and Amicia Alfreton. He succeeded his father and had lands in childewall, Parbold and Wringtington. He was sheriff, 1286 (Edward I), and married Katherine, daughter and heir of Thomas de Knouselegh. They had at least four children: Thomas; Joan; Hugh, to whom his father gave the township of Whittle; and Philip, a quo Lathoms of Astbury. Sir Robert died 18 Edward II (8 July 1324-7 July 1325).

~The Courcher Book, Or Chartulary, of Whalley Abbey, Vol. II, p. 551-552
• Background Information. 863
Sir Robert de Lathom, son and heir of Sir Robert de Lathom and his wife, Amicia, daughter and coheir of Robert de Alfreton, of Alfreton, Normanton and Marnham, was in possession in 1291, as by summons of that date aginst the Scots, was summoned to meet the peers in the Great council at Westminister 17 Edward II (1324). He was deceased in 18 Edward II, when his Inquisition Post Mortem was taken. In this Inquisition it names his eldest son Thomas, was was issue by Catherine, daughter and heir of Thomas de Knouselegh, and she survived her husband. His other sons were Hugh and Philip de Lathom, of Astbury, who are identified by painted windows of Astbury Church.

~Parentalia, Genealogical Memoirs, pp. 67-68 5 6


Ingram de Alfreton




Husband Ingram de Alfreton 1 8

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           Died: After 1086 - Alfreton, Derbyshire, England
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Wife

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Children
1 M Ranulf de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton 1 9

           Born:  - Alfreton, Derbyshire, England
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           Died:  - Alfreton, Derbyshire, England
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Research Notes: Husband - Ingram de Alfreton

From http://cybergata.com/roots/5167.htm :
The manor of Alfreton was given by Wulfric, a noble Saxon, and confirmed by Ethelred II, to Burton abbey. It had again passed into lay hands before the compliation of the Domesday Survey; in which it is described as held by Ingram, under Roger de Busli. This Ingram was the immediate ancestor of Robert Fitz-Ranulph or Fitz-Ralph, Lord of Alfreton, who founded Beauchief Abbey during the reighn of Henry II. His descendants were denominated de Alfreton.

~Magna Britannia; Being a Concise Topographical Account of The Serveral Counties of Great Britain, Vol. V, p. 3 1 8


Ranulf de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton




Husband Ranulf de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton 1 9

           Born:  - Alfreton, Derbyshire, England
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           Died:  - Alfreton, Derbyshire, England
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         Father: Ingram de Alfreton (      -After 1086) 1 8
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 



Wife

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Children
1 M Robert Fitz Ranulf de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton 1 10

            AKA: Robert de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton
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           Died: After 1176
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Robert Fitz Ranulf de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton




Husband Robert Fitz Ranulf de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton 1 10

            AKA: Robert de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton
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           Died: After 1176
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         Father: Ranulf de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton (      -      ) 1 9
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Wife

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Children
1 M William de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton 1 11

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           Died: After 1316 - Alfreton, Derbyshire, England
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William de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton




Husband William de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton 1 11

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           Died: After 1316 - Alfreton, Derbyshire, England
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         Father: Robert Fitz Ranulf de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton (      -After 1176) 1 10
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 



Wife

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Children
1 M Robert de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton 1 2

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         Spouse: Agnes (      -      )




Research Notes: Child - Robert de Alfreton of Alfreton and Norton

From http://cybergata.com/roots/2081.htm :

~The Courcher Book, Or Chartulary, of Whalley Abbey, Vol. II, p. 551, Sir Robert de Lathom married Amicia, sister and coheiress of Thomas de Alfreton. 160

~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, (Chaurces), Vol. III, p. 153, footnote (a), William de Chaurces, married Alice, eldest daughter of Robert Alfreton, of Norton, Derby, and Alice was the coheir of her brother Thomas Alfreton. 141

~Parentalia, Genealogical Memoirs, p. 66-67, Sir Robert's wife was Amicia, daughter and coheir of Robert de Alfreton. 863 1 2


Ivar "Vidfame" Halfdansson King in Sweden and Gauthild Alfsdatter




Husband Ivar "Vidfame" Halfdansson King in Sweden 12

           Born: Abt 612 - <Denmark>
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           Died: 647
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         Father: Halfdan Haraldsson King in Sweden (Abt 0590-Abt 0650) 12
         Mother: Moalda "Digri" Kinriksdatter (Abt 0594-      ) 12


       Marriage: Abt 632 - Denmark



Wife Gauthild Alfsdatter 12

            AKA: Gyrithe Alfsdatter
           Born: Abt 614 - <Denmark>
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         Father: Alf Olafsson (Abt 0580-      ) 12
         Mother: 




Children
1 F Aud Ivarsdatter 12

           Born: Abt 633 - <Am, Denmark>
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           Died: 
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         Spouse: Radbart King of Garderige (Abt 0638-      ) 12
           Marr: Abt 669 - Denmark
         Spouse: Hraerek "Slaunvanbauga" Halfdansson (Abt 0629-      ) 12
           Marr: Abt 654 - Denmark





Ingjald "Illråde" Anundsson King in Sweden [Legendary] and Gauthildr Algautsdóttir Princess of Västergötland [Legendary]




Husband Ingjald "Illråde" Anundsson King in Sweden [Legendary] 12 13

            AKA: Ingjald "Ill Ruler" King in Sweden, Ingjald "the Wicked" Onundsson King in Sweden
           Born: Abt 660 - Sweden
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         Father: Anund "the Trail Blazer" King in Sweden [Legendary] (      -      ) 12 14
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Wife Gauthildr Algautsdóttir Princess of Västergötland [Legendary] 12 15

            AKA: Gauthild Algautsdotter, Göthild Algottsdotter
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         Father: Algaut Gautreksson [Legendary] (      -      ) 12
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Children
1 M Olof "Trätälja" Ingjaldsson [Legendary] 12 16

            AKA: Olof "Tree Feller," Olaf "Wood Cutter" Ingjaldsson
           Born: Abt 682 - <Vaermland, Sweden>
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           Died: 
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         Spouse: Solveig Halfdansdotter (Abt 0684-      ) 12 16




Research Notes: Husband - Ingjald "Illråde" Anundsson King in Sweden [Legendary]

Legendary Swedish king.

From Wikipedia - Ingjald :
Ingjaldr hinn illráði or Ingjald illråde ("ill-ruler") was a legendary Swedish king of the House of Ynglings . Ingjald may have ruled sometime during the 7th century, and he was the son of the former king Anund .[1]


Ingjald is mentioned in the Ynglinga saga , Historia Norvegiæ , Hervarar saga , Upplendinga Konungum , Þorsteins saga Víkingssonar and Íslendingabók .

Ynglinga saga
Snorri Sturluson gave an extensive account on the life of Ingjald in the Ynglinga saga which is part of the Heimskringla .

Youth
The Ynglinga saga, a part of the Heimskringla relates that the viceroy of Fjädrundaland was named Ingvar and he had two sons, Alf and Agnar, who were of the same age as Ingjald. Svipdag the Blind was the viceroy of Tiundaland , the province of Uppsala where the Tings and the Yule (Midwinter) sacrifices were held (see the Temple at Uppsala ).
One Midwinter, when Ingjald and Alf were six years old, many people had assembled at Uppsala for the sacrifices. Alf and Ingjald played, but Ingjald found that he was the weaker boy and became so angry that he almost started to cry. His foster-brother Gautvid led him to his foster-father Svigdag the Blind and told Svipdag about Ingjald's lack of manliness and strength. Svipdag said that it was a shame and the next day he gave Ingjald a roasted wolf's heart to eat. From that day, Ingjald became a very ferocious person and had a bad disposition.

Anund arranged a marriage for his son Ingjald with Gauthild , the daughter of the Geatish king Algaut , who was the son of Gautrek the Mild and the grandson of Gaut . Gautrek consented as he believed that Ingjald had inherited his father's disposition. Gauthild's maternal grandfather was Olof the Sharp-sighted , the king of Närke .

The deceit
Snorri Sturluson relates that when his father Anund had died, Ingjald became the king of Sweden. The kings at Uppsala were the foremost among the kings of the various provinces since Odin ruled the country, and they were the supreme chiefs of the other kingdoms since the death of Agne and Sweden was divided between Erik and Alrik . The descendants of these two kings had spread, cleared land and settled new territories, until there were several petty kings.

In honour of his own ascendance to the throne, Ingjald invited the kings, the jarls and other important men to a grand feast in a newly built hall , just as large and sumptuous as the one in Uppsala. It was called the hall of the seven kings and had seven high seats. Algaut the Geatish king of West Götaland , King Ingvar of Fjädrundaland with his two sons Agnar and Alf, King Sporsnjall of Nerike and King Sigvat of Attundaland came but not King Granmar of Södermanland . The kings filled all seven seats but one. All the prominent people of Sweden had seats, except for Ingjald's own court whom he had sent to his old hall in Uppsala.

According to the custom of the time for those who inherited kings and jarls , Ingjald rested at the footstool until the Bragebeaker was brought in. Then he was supposed to stand up, take the beaker and make solemn vows, after which he would ascend his father's high seat. However, when the beaker was brought in, he took a bull's horn and made the solemn vow that he would enlarge his own kingdom by half towards all the four quarters, towards which he pointed his horn, or die.

When all the prominent guests were drunk, he ordered Svipdag's sons, Gautvid and Hylvid, to arm themselves and their men and to leave the building. Outside, they set fire to the building which burnt down and those who tried to escape were killed.
Thus Ingjald made himself the sole ruler of the domains of the murdered kings.

Wars
Granmar won allies in his son-in-law the sea-king Hjörvard of the Ylfings and his father-in-law Högne the Geatish king of East Götaland . They successfully withstood Ingjald's invasion where Ingjald realised that the men from the provinces he had conquered were not loyal to him. After a long standstill there was peace for as long as the three kings lived. However, one night Ingjald and his men surrounded a farm where Granmar and Hjörvard were at a feast and burnt the house down. He late disposed of five more kings, and he thus earned the name Illråde (ill-ruler) as he fulfilled his promise.

Snorri Sturluson tells that it was a common saying that Ingjald killed twelve kings by deceiving them that he only wished for peace, and that he thus earned his cognomen Illråde (ill-ruler or ill-adviser).

Downfall

Ingjald had two children, a son Olof Trätälja and a daughter Åsa . His daughter had inherited her father's psychopathic disposition. She married king Guðröðr of Skåne . Before she murdered her husband she managed to make him kill his own brother Halfdan the Valiant , the father of the great Ivar Vidfamne .

In order to avenge his father, Ivar Vidfamne gathered a vast host and departed for Sweden, where he found Ingjald at Ræning. When Ingjald and his daughter realized that it was futile to resist, they set the hall on fire and succumbed in the flames. 12 13


Research Notes: Wife - Gauthildr Algautsdóttir Princess of Västergötland [Legendary]

From Wikipedia - Gauthildr Algautsdóttir :

Gauthildr Algautsdóttir (Swedish: Göthild Algottsdotter) (7th century) was, according to the Heimskringla , the daughter of the Geatish king Algaut and the wife of Ingjald Ill-ruler , a legendary king of Sweden . She was the mother of Olof Trätälja , the last Yngling ruler of Sweden and Åsa who married Gudröd , a legendary king of Skåne . 12 15


Research Notes: Child - Olof "Trätälja" Ingjaldsson [Legendary]

From Wikipedia - Olof Trätälja :

Olaf Tree Feller (Old Norse : Ólafr trételgja, Swedish: Olof Trätälja, Norwegian: Olav Tretelgja) was the son of the Swedish king Ingjald Ill-ruler of the House of Yngling according to Ynglingatal .

Heimskringla
His mother was Gauthild , a princess of West Götaland , whose maternal grandfather was Olof the Sharp-sighted , the king of Nerike .

His mother sent him to his foster-father Bove in West Götaland , where he grew up with his foster-brother Saxe who was surnamed Flette.

When Olof heard of his father's death, he assembled the men who were willing to follow him and went to his kinsmen in Nerike , because after his father's atrocities, the Swedes had grown hostile towards the Ynglings .

When the Swedes learnt that Olof and his kin had sought refuge in Nerike, they were attacked and had to head west through deep and mountainous forests (Kilsbergen ) to Lake Vänern and the estuary of Klarälven (where Karlstad is presently situated). Here, they settled and cleared land. Soon they had created a whole province called Värmland , where they could make good living.

When the Swedes learnt that Olof was clearing land, they were amused and called him the Tree-feller. Olof married a woman named Solveig who was a daughter of Halfdan Guldtand of Soleyar . Olof and Solveigh had two sons, Ingjald Olofsson and Halfdan Hvitbeinn , who were brought up in Soleyar in the house of his mother's uncle Sölve.

Because of king Ivar Vidfamne and his harsh rule many Swedes emigrated to Värmland , and they became so numerous that the province could not sustain them. The land was afflicted by famine of which the Swedes accused the king. It was an old tradition in Sweden of holding the king responsible for the wealth of the land (see Domalde ). The Swedes accused Olof of neglecting his sacrifices to the gods and believed that this was the cause of the famine.

The Swedish settlers thus rebelled against Olof, surrounded his house on the shores of lake Vänern and burnt him inside it. Thus he was sacrificed to Odin , like his ancestor Domalde .

Ynglingatal and Historia Norwegiae
However, Historia Norwegiae says that Olof succeeded his father and ruled as the king of Sweden in peace until his death.

Ejus filius Olavus cognomento tretelgia diu et pacifice functus regno plenus dierum obiit in Swethia.[1] His son, Olav, known as Tretelgje, accomplished a long and peaceful reign, and died in Sweden, replete in years.[2] The lines of Ynglingatal appear to say that he was a Swedish prince (svía jöfri), and that he was burnt inside his hall and disappeared from Gamla Uppsala .

Archaeology
Along the lower parts of the river Byälven in Värmland , there are three large barrows , which legend attributes to Olof Trätälja. Moreover, there are many hillforts near this river and the northern shore of Lake Vänern testifying to a violent period. Archaeological excavations from one of the hillforts, Villkorsberget, show that it was burnt in a period corresponding to Olof (510 -680 ). 12 16


Ingjald Braut-Onundsson and Gauthild Algautsson




Husband Ingjald Braut-Onundsson 17

           Born: Abt 660 - <Sweden>
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         Father: Braut-Onund Ingvarsson (Abt 0638-      ) 18
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 



Wife Gauthild Algautsson 19

           Born: Abt 664 - <Sweden>
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         Father: Algaut Gautreksson (Abt 0630-      ) 20
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Children
1 M Olaf Ingjaldsson 21

           Born: Abt 682 - <Vaermland, Sweden>
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           Died: 
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Peter Fetterly and Melissa Alguire




Husband Peter Fetterly 22

            AKA: Peter Fetterley
           Born: Abt 1834
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         Father: Peter Fetterly (1793-1866) 23 24
         Mother: 


       Marriage: 11 Jan 1897 - Osnabruck Twp, Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, Ontario, Canada



Wife Melissa Alguire

           Born: Abt 1851
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         Father: Thomas Philip Alguire (1814-1884) 25 26
         Mother: Mary Papst (1813-1906) 27




Children

Research Notes: Husband - Peter Fetterly

Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~poaps/Notices.htm 22


Research Notes: Wife - Melissa Alguire

Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~poaps/Notices.htm


Notes: Marriage

From http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~poaps/Notices.htm
Peter Fetterley
age: 63
Residence: Huntsville, Northumberland
Parents: Peter Fetterley and Mary Hanes
married: Melissa Alguire
age: 45
Residence: Osnabruck
Parents: Phillip Alguire and Mary Poaps
Date: January 11, 1897, Rev. JB Wicks


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5 Weis, Frederick Lewis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr; William R. Beall and Kaleen E. Beall, eds, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 (8th ed. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 2008.), Line 57-32 (Eleanor de Ferrers).

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13 Wikipedia.org, Ingjald.

14 Wikipedia.org, Anund.

15 Wikipedia.org, Algautsdóttir.

16 Wikipedia.org, Olof Trätälja.

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18 Website - Genealogy, http://www.smokykin.com/ged/f002/f50/a0025034.htm.

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