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1620 Visitation - COMPLETED
« on: Thursday 05 November 20 08:43 GMT (UK) »
I am looking at a pedigree in the 1620 Visitation of Cornwall. One line reads ;

Ricus GRENVILE filius Rici GRENVILE sans Dat. =

What does the "sans Dat." mean?

Can anyone help me please.

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Re: 1620 Visitation
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 05 November 20 09:30 GMT (UK) »
I am looking at a pedigree in the 1620 Visitation of Cornwall. One line reads ;

Ricus GRENVILE filius Rici GRENVILE sans Dat. =

What does the "sans Dat." mean?

Can anyone help me please.

Regards
Grantley

It seems to say Ricus GRENVILE son Rici GRENVILE without that.
So are they trying to say they claimed a son but there was no son?
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Re: 1620 Visitation
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 05 November 20 09:37 GMT (UK) »
It means there's no known date for the information given (e.g. marriage, transfer of land etc.)

ADDED - i.e. it's an unsupported claim.

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Re: 1620 Visitation
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 05 November 20 10:33 GMT (UK) »
Except that in the pedigree show they commonly name the son or they name the son & heir, in the case of Rici GRENVILE they state Sans Dat.
Dates are not commonly shown on that pedigree (or other similar pedigrees displayed) and where shown are added in a note, so why state make mention there that there was no date?

I still think they are saying he had no son, but I have no information on that family and cannot confirm whether he had a son at that time or only daughters, there is a Sir Thomas Grenville shown but without seeing more information on the family cannot say how he is connected.

That is why I framed my answer as I did.
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PS by at that time I mean Rici GRENVILE the named son may have died or perhaps may not be a legitimate son.
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Re: 1620 Visitation
« Reply #4 on: Thursday 05 November 20 21:56 GMT (UK) »
Thank you for your thoughts.

In this case, "without date" seems to suit the pedigree submitted.

I appreciate your help.

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Grantley