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Re: St. Leger Family
« Reply #54 on: Friday 04 May 18 07:53 BST (UK) »
Pedigrees of St. Leger and Aldworth families prepared by Edward, 6th Viscount Doneraile, also notes by him on several other families, late 19th-early 20th c.

Dublin: National Library of Ireland, Ms. 21,717
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« Reply #55 on: Friday 04 May 18 07:54 BST (UK) »

Pedigrees of the St. Leger families, 12th - 19th c., compiled by the Rev. Edward Frederick St. Leger, 1 vol., 1867, also newscuttings relating to this volume compiled by the Rev. St. Leger and by his son, Edward Viscount Doneraile, 19th c.

Dublin: National Library of Ireland, Ms. 21,850
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« Reply #56 on: Friday 04 May 18 07:55 BST (UK) »

Pedigree of the family of Aldworth of Newmarket, a branch of the family of Aldworth of Stanlake, 17th - 19th c., compiled by Edward Viscount Doneraile, 19th c.

Dublin: National Library of Ireland, Ms. 21,851
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« Reply #57 on: Friday 04 May 18 07:57 BST (UK) »
Pedigree of St. Leger, Viscounts Doneraile, c.1750 -- 1819

Dublin: National Library of Ireland, Genealogical Office: Ms.171, pp.523-4
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« Reply #58 on: Friday 04 May 18 08:00 BST (UK) »
C Reg   Birth, Marriage and Death results for St Leger

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Re: St. Leger Family
« Reply #59 on: Friday 20 July 18 14:27 BST (UK) »
There was at least one family of Legers in New Ross when I was growing up in the 1950s. One started a dance band and began to call himself St. Leger (probably correctly!). There was a "Who do you think you are programme on UK TV last year, featuring Amanda Redman. She had St. Leger ancestors in or around New Ross, but they did not - at least on the programme - talk to any living St. Legers in the town. Pity.

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« Reply #60 on: Monday 08 October 18 22:54 BST (UK) »
Not everything can be for free!!   ;D
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« Reply #61 on: Tuesday 09 October 18 08:28 BST (UK) »
Thank you, I do have a copy of that document but I need to go much further. 
Heveningham - Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk
Heveningham/Henningham - Staffordshire & Birmingham
St. Leger - Kent Ireland & England
Feild - Herbrandston, Pembrokeshire
Davies - St. Ishmaels, Pembs.
Cornock - St. Ishmaels, Pembs.
Rowe - Penally, Pembs.
Saxelby - Abbots Bromley & King's Bromley, Staffs,
Stanley - Staffordshire
Moyle - Kent
Stafford  - Staffordshire
Shelton - Norfolk
Connor - Ballycanew, Wexford, Ireland
Russell - Worcester and Birmingham
Quakley - London
Cranwell- Wexford

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Re: St. Leger Family
« Reply #62 on: Tuesday 09 October 18 09:28 BST (UK) »
Which document?
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