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Croft Castle, Mortimer's Cross, Herefordshire, England
Croft Castle, Mortimer's Cross, Herefordshire, England

17th great grandfather of the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars (1894-1985)

The castle was involved in the battle of Mortimer's Cross in 1461 when Sir Richard Croft (1427-1509) set forth from it with his soldiers towards the battleground a few miles away. A decsendent of Sir Richard fought for King Charles at Stokesay in the 1640's during the English civil war and, following the eventual Royalist defeat, Croft Castle was slighted to render it incapable of further military service. 
 
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Da Da & Andy Beth
Da Da & Andy Beth
 
 
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Dad & Fred
Dad & Fred

Mother noted on the back of this photo that it was taken in March of 1951. It appears to be on the front steps of our place on Continental Drive, in Detroit... 
 
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Dad & I
Dad & I
 
 
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Dad & Lisa
Dad & Lisa
 
 
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Dad & Mom
Dad & Mom
Photo taken in August, 1973 at Perry & Margie Byars' place in Warren County, Tennesseee and contributed by Joe Byars, February 5, 2017

"Dear David,

While going through my mother's photo album I found these pictures taken August 1973. I remember their visit, your dad was having a severe bout with bronchitis.

Spoke with cousin Pearl the other day. She told me about your wife's passing. So sorry. May God bless you.

Sincerely,

Cousin Joe"
 
 
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Dad & Uncle JJ
Dad & Uncle JJ
Bert Hennessee (1918-1986)
Jim Hennessee (1907-1968)

Photo taken in the mid-1940's in Detroit, Michigan 
 
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Dad's Retirement Party
Dad's Retirement Party
 
 
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Dad, Pop, I and Uncle Fred
Dad, Pop, I and Uncle Fred
 
 
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DaDa, Mouse & The Ol' Guy
DaDa, Mouse & The Ol' Guy
 
 
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Dallas Jerome 'Jack' Hennessee (1914-1977)
Dallas Jerome "Jack" Hennessee (1914-1977)
 
 
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Dan & Retha Bess
Dan & Retha Bess
 
 
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Dancin' Girl...
Dancin' Girl...
 
 
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Dancing in an Auberge  (a French Inn)...
Dancing in an Auberge (a French Inn)...


 
 
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Daniel & Jane Cantrell
Daniel & Jane Cantrell

Both of whom were born and died in DeKalb County, Tennessee and buried at Concord Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee 
 
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Daniel & Sarah Driver
Daniel & Sarah Driver

Daniel D. Driver (1832-1905
Sarah Elizabeth Butler Driver (1831-1905)

Photo provided their great, great granddaughter, Loretta Braswell Inglis 
 
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Daniel Watkins Cantrell (1843-1928)
Daniel Watkins Cantrell (1843-1928)

Interred at Concord Cemetery, Warren County, Tennessee 
 
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Daniel Watkins, Jr. (1800-1888)
Daniel Watkins, Jr. (1800-1888)
was an early pioneer and settler of the Shades Valley area of Jefferson County, Alabama 
 
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Daughter & Mother
Daughter & Mother
Left is Kelly Hansen (1984-
On her right is Jane Hansen Galeb (1955- 
 
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Daughter & Mother
Daughter & Mother
 
 
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Daughters & Grandchildren
Daughters & Grandchildren
Top Row: Margie Sue, Bessie Lee, Eva Pearl & Robert Lucile

Bottom: Janet, Gayle holding Karen, Fred, Ma holding Kenny and Kathy

Photo supplied by Robert & Angelia Bratcher Bess, late December, 2016 
 
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David 'OG' Hennessee
David "OG" Hennessee
 
 
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David & Alex's Wedding
David & Alex's Wedding
Photo taken September 21st, 1974 in North Palm Beach, Florida 
 
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David & Ber
David & Ber
 
 
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David & Cousin Brienna
David & Cousin Brienna
 
 
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David & Cousin Karen
David & Cousin Karen
 
 
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David & Cousin Martha Ann
David & Cousin Martha Ann
 
 
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David & Mimi
David & Mimi
 
 
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David Alden Hennessee
David Alden Hennessee
 
 
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David Alden Hennessee (1942)
David Alden Hennessee (1942)
 
 
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David Alden Hennessee (1942-
David Alden Hennessee (1942-
In the Alps on a skiing trip on New's Years Day, 1986. You can see the Matterhorn in the background. Cousin Kenny Wright brought me this photo in December, 2011... 
 
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David Alden Hennessee (1942-
David Alden Hennessee (1942-
Picture taken at a favorite cafe, "Peter Dinkel's", in Palm Beach. Circa 1980 - between divorces... 
 
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David Alden Hennessee (1942-
David Alden Hennessee (1942-
 
 
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David Alden Hennessee (1942-
David Alden Hennessee (1942-
Photo taken Spring '04, in Paris, on our honeymoon... 
 
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David Charles Hennessee (1945- )
David Charles Hennessee (1945- )
 
 
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David Claude Hennessee (1942-
David Claude Hennessee (1942-

on a visit to Ethiopia with Buckner International, a faith-based organization with which he has served for 25 years...

Hennessee, 70, a native of Harlingen, has lived in San Antonio for the past 43 years. He is married to high school sweetheart Carolyn. They have two sons and four granddaughters.

He enjoys traveling, spending time with his grandchildren and golf, and is a member of the Downtown Rotary Club and Trinity Baptist Church.

 
 
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David Harrison Macon
David Harrison Macon
"Uncle Dave Macon" 
 
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David Hennessee
David Hennessee
 
 
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David in early 1980...
David in early 1980...
 
 
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David on The Island
David on The Island

This photo was taken during the summer of 1980 when I was staying at Fred's apartment, in Palm Beach, which was about four blocks from this cafe, "Peter Dinkels" 
 
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David's 75th Birthday Celebration
David's 75th Birthday Celebration
 
 
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David, Fred & Woody Noblett
David, Fred & Woody Noblett
 
 
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David, Sara, Mom & Sara's mother...
David, Sara, Mom & Sara's mother...
 
 
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Dawn Marie DeCuennick Cline (1959-
Dawn Marie DeCuennick Cline (1959-
 
 
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de Ros Coat of Arms
de Ros Coat of Arms
Residing in Wark Castle in August 1310. He was summoned for service in Scotland 1316-19, 1322, 1323, 1327, and 1335, and to Parliament 20 November 1317 to 21 Feb 1339/40. Received the surrender of Knaresborough, as a joint commander in January 1317/18, and remained loyal during the Earl of Lancaster's rebellion in 1321-22. Summoned for service in Gascony in December of 1324. He was appointed, by Prince Edward's government, Sheriff of Yorkshire (Nov 1326) and was a member of the Council of Regency in February 1326/27. In November 1327, he served as a commissioner to negotiate with the Scots for peace, as well as a similar role with France in February 1329/30. In 1334, he entertained the King at Helmsley, and during the King's absence in Flanders, he was one of the commissioners to preserve the peace in that country. He took part in the defense of Newcastle against the Scots. Buried at Kirkham in Lancashire.
 
 
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Dean McGee (1951-
Dean McGee (1951-

Dean has compiled a major work on the McGee family including:

Individuals: 8791
Families: 3009
Photos & Images: 2508

Visit his website, http://www.mymcgee.com 
 
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Denton Coat of Arms
Denton Coat of Arms
Spelling variations include: Denton, Dennton, Dentone, Dentonn, Dentowne, Dentoun, Denntoun, Danton, Dannton...

Jacob Denton settled in Virginia in the year 1633 and Richard Denton settled in Connecticut in 1635... 
 
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Dervorguilla of Galloway
Dervorguilla of Galloway

Ancient foremother of the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars.

(c. 1210 - 28 January 1290) was a 'lady of substance' in 13th century Scotland, the wife from 1223 of John, 5th Baron de Balliol, and mother of John I, a future king of Scotland. 
 
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Deux Grandes Dames
Deux Grandes Dames

Two great ladies...

Aunt Bessie & Aunt Pearl

Photo taken the Summer of 2013 
 
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Dewey William Hennessee (1959-
Dewey William Hennessee (1959-
 
 
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Diana Cecil, 2nd wife of Thomas Bruce and widow of Henry de Vere, 18th Earl of Oxford. Portrait by van Dyck
Diana Cecil, 2nd wife of Thomas Bruce and widow of Henry de Vere, 18th Earl of Oxford. Portrait by van Dyck
 
 
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Dianne Watson Armstrong (1954-
Dianne Watson Armstrong (1954-
 
 
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Dinner at Bellagio's...
Dinner at Bellagio's...
 
 
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DJ & Michelle Hennessee's grandsons, Kellen & Paysen Foster
DJ & Michelle Hennessee's grandsons, Kellen & Paysen Foster
 
 
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DJ's Toys...
DJ's Toys...
 
 
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DNA Map
DNA Map
 
 
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Doc & Mattie Byars
Doc & Mattie Byars

Perry Green "Doc" Byars (1879-1958)
Mattie Belle Brooks Byars (1878-1913)

Photo contributed by grandson, Joe Byars... 
 
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Doggerland ~ 10,000 b.c.
Doggerland ~ 10,000 b.c.
 
 
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Don Maynard Brown on the left.
 
Dan Willis Brown on the right.
Don Maynard Brown on the left. Dan Willis Brown on the right.
Photo provided by Doris Ann Brown Buhr, September 10, 2015, dbuhr@gvtc.com 
 
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Donald II
Donald II
 
 
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Doris Ann Brown Buhr
Doris Ann Brown Buhr
 
 
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Doris Byas Dye (1918-2008)
Doris Byas Dye (1918-2008)
Doris was born Feb. 28, 1918, in Bowie, to Charlie C. Byas and Gertrude M. Byas. She married Jack Max Dye on Aug. 15, 1938. To this union was born one daughter, Betty Sue Dye, on June 30, 1940.

Doris worked on Mare Island Navy Yard as a secretary during World War II. Later, she worked for Sinclair Oil in Fort Worth, then worked as a teacher's aide for five years before retiring in 1985. 
 
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Doris Evon Sanders McDaniel (1929-2009)
Doris Evon Sanders McDaniel (1929-2009)
My gorgeous mother in Tennessee circa 1940s.
Happy Mother's Day MiMi...rest in peace.

Lucia Perkins McDaniel

(I think the car is a 1950 Chevrolet...DAH) 
 
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Doris Marie Hennessee Fuggett (1936-1997)
Doris Marie Hennessee Fuggett (1936-1997)
 
 
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Dorothy Louise Hennesssee Hutchison Livingston (1931-
Dorothy Louise Hennesssee Hutchison Livingston (1931-
 
 
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Dorothy Neville, first wife of Thomas Cecil (1549-1608)
Dorothy Neville, first wife of Thomas Cecil (1549-1608)
 
 
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Dorothy Percy (née Devereux), Countess of Northumberland
Dorothy Percy (née Devereux), Countess of Northumberland
(formerly Perrot, née Devereux; c. 1564 – 3 August 1619) was the younger daughter of Walter Devereux, 1st Earl of Essex by Lettice Knollys, and the wife of Henry Percy, 9th Earl of Northumberland. 
 
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Doug Ramsdale, Alix & Himself
Doug Ramsdale, Alix & Himself
 
 
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Dovie Ann McPeak Wilson (1857-1937)
Dovie Ann McPeak Wilson (1857-1937)
Photo provided by the Murlis Wright family. 
 
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Dr. Charles Meeks Moore (1866-1940)
Dr. Charles Meeks Moore (1866-1940)
Third child of Wm.M.and Marion Moore was born in Sparta, White Co. TN 14 Feb. 1866 and was brought to Texas at an early age by his parents and grew up in Coryell County Texas, very near the McLennan county line on some of the best farm land in the country. The little town was called Waldo and nothing is left to mark it's place. The house that existed up into the 90's has been captured in early and late photos that show the passage of time by the trees.

All of Wm.M.'s boys became doctors or dentists, with Charles M. becoming a Doctor and was in Tyler, Smith Co. TX. There he met a lovely, educated, first generation norwegian girl, Bertha Georgia Amelia Albertson and they were married 15 Nov. 1894.11 Bringing his bride to Coryell County, they are listed on the 1900 census page 174A #260 with first born Elif Albertson Moore. Later children were Fred William and Bruce Vivian Moore. Bruce died at the age of nine. Doctor Moore's first practice was on horseback, and he was named on call by the Santa Fe Railroad, which ran Through Clifton and as Clifton had no hospital, he took his patients to Temple by train. Dr. Moore was always interested in farm land and cattle operations, up on retirement he moved to his farm in Coryell County near Hurst Springs.

Photo courtesy of Bobbie Ross 
 
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Dr. Gus Hennessee's (1863-1918) Homeplace
Dr. Gus Hennessee's (1863-1918) Homeplace
in Glen Alpine, Burke County, North Carolina.
This is a recent photo, taken and contributed by Andrea Brooks,
June 5, 2013

Has it come to your attention that the long-abandoned-and-offered-for-sale early 20th Century Dr. Augustus Hennessee home handsomely over looking Glen Alpine, NC, finally has new owners?
Purchaser is a family which with friends are making the house livable again.
Hennessee cousin Caroline Ervin and her real estate agent daughter "Laura Ervin Mulwee" can provide more details...

Manassa Nixon "Nick" Hennessee, III (1930- , HENNESSEE Researcher & Historian, nasnick@mindspring.com, sends these comments, December 31, 2015
 
 
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Drawing of Mary, Lady Heveningham, by Hans Holbein the Younger
Drawing of Mary, Lady Heveningham, by Hans Holbein the Younger
 
 
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Duncan I
Duncan I
 
 
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Dwight Steven 'Steve' Moore (1951-2010)
Dwight Steven "Steve" Moore (1951-2010)
 
 
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Dylan Webb Farmer
Dylan Webb Farmer

Kathie Farmer writes

It is with great joy and thanksgiving that Jeff and I announce the birth of our 7th grandchild. Chris Farmer and Stacey Fratus-Farmer are the proud parents if a healthy baby boy. Dylan Webb Farmer was born at 8:44 AM (Colorado time) weighing 7 lbs 7 oz. Mom, Dad, big brother Cameron, and baby Dylan are all doing well. ( So are the Grandmas and Grandpa!)
 
 
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Earldom of Crawford
Earldom of Crawford
Creation date 1398
Created by Robert II of Scotland
Peerage of Scotland
First holder David Lindsay, 1st Earl of Crawford
 
 
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Earline May Young Hennessee (1934-2006)
Earline May Young Hennessee (1934-2006)
 
 
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Easter ... 1960
Easter ... 1960
 
 
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Edith Harmon Leamon (1926-2012)
Edith Harmon Leamon (1926-2012)
 
 
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Edith Harmon Leamon (1926-2012)
Edith Harmon Leamon (1926-2012)
 
 
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Edmund Crouchback
Edmund Crouchback
 
 
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Edmund in the late thirteenth-century Genealogical Chronicle of the English Kings
Edmund in the late thirteenth-century Genealogical Chronicle of the English Kings
 
 
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Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, 1st Earl of Cambridge, KG (5 June 1341-1 August 1402)
Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, 1st Earl of Cambridge, KG (5 June 1341-1 August 1402)

Edmund gained his identifying nickname from his birthplace of Langley, now Kings Langley in Hertfordshire. He was the founder of the House of York, but it was through the marriage of his younger son, Richard, that the Yorkist faction in the Wars of the Roses made its claim on the throne (the other party in the Wars of the Roses, the Lancasters, being the male descendants of his elder brother, John of Gaunt).

 
 
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Edmund Rice Homestead, Sudbury, Connecticutt
Edmund Rice Homestead, Sudbury, Connecticutt
 
 
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Edmund, King of England,  in the early fourteenth century Genealogical Roll of the Kings of England
Edmund, King of England, in the early fourteenth century Genealogical Roll of the Kings of England
 
 
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Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, unknown artist after lost original, 1575, National Portrait Gallery, London
Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, unknown artist after lost original, 1575, National Portrait Gallery, London
Since the 1920s he has been the most popular alternative candidate proposed for the authorship of Shakespeare's works.

7th Cousin to Fred Byars Hennessee (1950-1985)
Copy and paste to view the relationships ... http://bit.ly/1HNV0Rg 
 
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Edward I of England (1239-1307)
Edward I of England (1239-1307)

also known as Edward Longshanks and the Hammer of the Scots (Latin: Malleus Scotorum), was King of England from 1272 to 1307.

19th, 20th & 24th great grandfather to the grandchildren of Vernia Swindell Byars (1894-1985) through Edward Plantagenet (37370)

23rd, 24th & 25th great grandfather to the grandchildren of Perry Green Byars (1894-1968) through Edward Plantagenet (37370)

Remember Mel Gibson's role as William Wallace in his 1995 movie, "Braveheart", about the 13th c. Scottish Rebellion? Here is the fellow he battled, brilliantly portrayed by Patrick McGoohan... 
 
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Edward II of England (1284-1327)
Edward II of England (1284-1327)
Edward II shown receiving the English crown in a contemporary illustration 
 
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Edward III, detail from his bronze effigy in Westminster Abbey
Edward III, detail from his bronze effigy in Westminster Abbey
 
 
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Edward IV, King of England
Edward IV, King of England

For Cousin Karen:

You mentioned that you are watching, "The White Queen". Here are your relationships to Edward IV, King of England, so I thought I'd share them with you...

through Ma's people, you have (7) seven relationships;

3rd cousin x 16 (Ralph de Neville | 37043)
1st cousin x 16 (Ralph de Neville | 37401)
5th cousin x 17 (Henry Plantagenet | 37345)
3rd cousin x 17 (Edward Lancaster | 37408)
1st cousin x 17 (Ralph de Neville | 37401)
5th cousin x 18 (Henry Plantagenet | 37345)
3rd cousin x 18 (Edward Lancaster | 37408)


through Pop's people, you have (3) three relationships;


4th cousin x 20 (Edward Plantagenet | 37370)
4th cousin x 21 (Edward Plantagenet | 37370)
4th cousin x 22 (Edward Plantagenet | 37370) 
 
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Edward IV, King of England
Edward IV, King of England

portrayed by Max Irons on the TV series, "The White Queen" 
 
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Edward Neville, 3rd Baron of Abergavenny
Edward Neville, 3rd Baron of Abergavenny

Arms of Edward Nevill, Baron Bergavenny: Gules, a saltire argent charged with a rose of the field (barbed and seeded proper).[1] These are his paternal arms of Neville differenced by a rose, the symbol of a 7th son. These arms are borne today by his descendants the Neville Marquesses of Abergavenny 
 
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Edward of Westminster (13 October 1453 - 4 May 1471)
Edward of Westminster (13 October 1453 - 4 May 1471)
also known as Edward of Lancaster, was the only son of King Henry VI of England and Margaret of Anjou. He was killed at the Battle of Tewkesbury, making him the only heir apparent to the English throne to die in battle. 
 
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Edward the Elder, King of the Anglo-Saxons (c. 874 - 17 July 924)
Edward the Elder, King of the Anglo-Saxons (c. 874 - 17 July 924)
 
 
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Edward the Exile depicted on a medieval genealogical scroll.
Edward the Exile depicted on a medieval genealogical scroll.
 
 
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Edward VII (1841-1910)
Edward VII (1841-1910)
King of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, Emperor of India

Coronation portrait by Sir Luke Fildes

 
 
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Edward Yager (1815-1863)
Edward Yager (1815-1863)

Edward Yager was first married to Mary A Green and together they had Mary E Virginia "Jennie" Yager, Edward Nathaniel Yager, and Adalaid Yager.

His second marriage was to Sallie Ann Smith and together they had five children and four of them survived into adulthood and had families. Their youngest, Martha Ellen Yager, died in infancy. Three of the four surviving children have been linked - Nancy Emory Yager Hill, Frank Reed Yager (later changed to the spelling Yeager), and George Benjamin Yager. William L (Bud) Yager died in 1891 and he married Jennie Jackson White and they had three girls. Bertha Mary Yager Stalcup, Beulah, and Millie T. Jennie Yager later remarried John H Starnes and together they had a child Virginia...
 
 
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Edwin Bradley Hennessee (1946-1969)
Edwin Bradley Hennessee (1946-1969)

Hello, Ed and I were in boot camp together, May-July, 1967. He had the top bunk, I had the bottom. I called him "Hennessee from Tennessee." He was one on the most decent people in our company and we became friends. I lost track of him after we completed basic training. Every now and then I would try an internet search to look him up. Years went by and then I found this site. About broke my heart. I have a photo taken after boot camp graduation while we were waiting for our rides. I would be glad to send it to you if desired. It is a good one.

I'll plan on posting a tribute to my old friend on my FB page on Memorial Day. I would like to use the information I found here. I hope you have no objection.

Best to all the Hennessee Family, Ed was taken from you way too early.


Frank Schoenbeck
satchthemo@yahoo.com
 
 
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Effie May Rogers McClain (1898-1991)
Effie May Rogers McClain (1898-1991)

Grandmother to Robert Allen McClain, clain@swbell.net, who submitted this photo March 7th, 2017 
 
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Egbert of Wessex as shown in the Genealogical Chronicle of the English Kings
Egbert of Wessex as shown in the Genealogical Chronicle of the English Kings
 
 

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