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Re: How would someone from Brailes around 1665 migrate to New Jersey , usa
« Reply #27 on: Tuesday 14 April 15 12:18 BST (UK) »
"According to this research there's an anomaly between the Heraldic Visitation & Roger Heritage's will with the researchers believing that the Visitation tree is wrong which is quite probable as many weren't strictly accurate."

Seconding this! Visitation trees can be useful but don't take them as actual proof. It wasn't unusual for people to embellish the social status of their forebears, or even make them up or claim relationships that didn't really exist. Use them as a starting point, but look for wills, deeds, family papers and other documents to back up that information.

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Re: How would someone from Brailes around 1665 migrate to New Jersey , usa
« Reply #28 on: Tuesday 14 April 15 21:08 BST (UK) »
Given the timeline and the fact that I'm in Iowa . I am content with the limited knowledge I have obtained . I do not hold it as gospel that this is my bloodline . However it is still pretty cool ! By the way what is a Yeoman ? I think it is like a man servant thing .

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Re: How would someone from Brailes around 1665 migrate to New Jersey , usa
« Reply #29 on: Tuesday 14 April 15 22:38 BST (UK) »
A Yoeman = yesman. A man who agreed to bear arms (fight) for an overlord. In return an overlord would favour the Yoeman with land at a favourable rent.
A Yeoman would have more privileges than an ordinary farmer. After the death of Richard 111 (1483) there were no more internal wars, excluding the Civil War in the 1640's & Yoeman became an honourory title.
Warks:Ashford;Cadby;Clarke;Clifford;Cooke Copage;Easthope;
Edmonds;Felton;Colledge;Lutwyche;Mander(s);May;Poole;Withers.
Staffs.Edmonds;Addison;Duffield;Webb;Fisher;Archer
Salop:Easthope,Eddowes,Hoorde,Oteley,Vernon,Talbot,De Neville.
Notts.Clarke;Redfearne;Treece.
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India Kane;Felton;Cadby
London.Haysom.
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Re: How would someone from Brailes around 1665 migrate to New Jersey , usa
« Reply #30 on: Sunday 18 June 17 22:42 BST (UK) »
Hello
I have done a ton of research and background checks and found I was chasing the wrong person . My ( tap root of the family tree , the male side ) family came from Warwickshire ( Kineton) England  . I found them in an 1841 census . They went to Canada in 1843 . Not sure how much more information you would like to know .

Thank you for all your help and understanding  !
          Daniel L Heritage


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Re: How would someone from Brailes around 1665 migrate to New Jersey , usa
« Reply #31 on: Monday 19 June 17 08:49 BST (UK) »
Hi Daniel

Does your latest reply belong now to this?

http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=773502.0

If so I can move it for you.

Dawn
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Re: How would someone from Brailes around 1665 migrate to New Jersey , usa
« Reply #32 on: Monday 19 June 17 15:28 BST (UK) »
Um Hi
Slightly confused here . Probably my own doing , but I had wanted to clarify  that my early research had taken a wrong turn and that I have been able to verify my male lineage back to the 1841 census in Kineton . I have no idea who or what Penny is looking for .

I hope this clear things up .
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Re: How would someone from Brailes around 1665 migrate to New Jersey , usa
« Reply #33 on: Monday 19 June 17 17:26 BST (UK) »
It does.

I'll leave things as they are.

Glad you've got everything sorted now.
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