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GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Edith

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of Scotland, Edith Matilda Princess of Scotland (I47570)
 
2

GIVEN NAMES: Also shown as Rebecca 
Stoney, Rebecca Sarah Minchin (I2481)
 
3

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of Lotharingia, Wigeric Count Palatine of Lothringen (I87895)
 
4

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of Nuremberg, Friedrich III Burgrave of Nuremberg (I87887)
 
5

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Stoney, Bindon Blood (I2441)
 
6

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Egerton-Warburton, Rowland Eyles (I50002)
 
7

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Jocelyn, Lady Mabel Kathleen "Lady Brooke" (I28068)
 
8

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Lascelles, Hon. Arthur (I50365)
 
9

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Massy, Diana Elinor (I9000)
 
10

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Massy, John (I9069)
 
11

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Powys, Elizabeth "Viscountess Sydney" (I49358)
 
12

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Powys, Hon. Eleanor (I50947)
 
13

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Powys, Hon. Leopold William Henry (I50948)
 
14

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Powys, Richard (I50949)
 
15

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Stopford, James George 3rd Earl of Courtown (I20415)
 
16

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Stopford Sackville, William Bruce (I49360)
 
17

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BIRTH: Also shown as Born Est 1807/1816 
Studdert, Alicia (I8924)
 
18

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BIRTH: Also shown as Born Est 1840/1848 
Studdert, Thomasina Anne Bloomfield (I8990)
 
19

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Studdert, Elizabeth Maria (I8648)
 
20

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Studdert, Elizabeth Agnes (I8671)
 
21

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Tuchet, James 7th Lord Audley (I3357)
 
22

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Tuchet, James 6th Earl of Castlehaven (I37679)
 
23

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Waller, Samuel (I8305)
 
24

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Hervey-Bathurst, Sir Frederick 3rd Bt., of Lainston (I66807)
 
25

SURNAME: Also shown as Palaiologus

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Palaiologos, Andronikos II (Andronikos Doukas Angelos Komnenos) Byzantine Emperor (I102622)
 
26
https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guigues_IV_de_Forez shows Renaud as son of Guigues' first wife, Philippa de Dampierre, and shows no children from Guigues' second wife, Ermengarde d'Auvergne. Renaud's date of birth is given as 1226.

Wikipedia (https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renaud_Ier_de_Forez_(comte))
says that Renaud is the son of Ermengarde d'Auvergne.

Philippa died in 1223 and Ermengarde in 1225, so the 1226 date of birth is inconsistent with either alternative.

Medieval Lands Project (http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/burgkforez.htm) confirms that Renaud was son of Phiippa; he must therefore have been born in or before 1223. 
de Forez, Renaud I Comte de Forez (I107544)
 
27 daughter of Alexander Randle Skene Radcliffe, of Nova Scotia, Canada Radcliffe, Dulcie Flores Elder (I62989)
 
28 daughter of Geoffroi or Geoffroy de Rancon, Seigneur de Taillebourg and wife Fossefie (Falsifie), Dame de Moncontour, de Rancon, Bourgogne Dame de Fontenay (I84908)
 
29 daughter of Henry Persse and Mary Stratford Persse, Grace (I47404)
 
30 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stopford, Lady Elizabeth Cameron (I15495)
 
31 daughter of James Touchet, 5th Baron Audley [ Tuchet, Margaret (I66669)
 
32 daughter of Major George Montagu Stopford and Caroline Mary Burgoyne Stopford, Charlotte Mary Leicester "Viscountess Barrington" (I15318)
 
33 daughter of Robert Elwood and Anna Jane Vesey Elwood, Mary Frances (I2027)
 
34 daughter of Thomas de Holand, 2nd Earl of Kent and Alice FitzAlan de Holand, Lady Joan "Duchess of York" (I44732)
 
35 J.J. Greene writes: purchased Greene's Norton. Lord Chief Justice of England 1361-65. The first mention of this eminent lawyer was upon an occasion where, in the reign of Edward III, he was commissioned with the Earl of Oxford to examine certain abuses in hte Diocese of Canterbury (Halstead's Genealogies). He was appointed Serjeant at Law in 1345, and received the honour of Knighthood on his appointment as Justice at the Court of Common Pleas, 6th February, 1353 (Foss' Lives of the Judges of England). He was much employed and in special trust and authority under those Ministers of the King left to govern the land during his absence in all the long wards he made in France; and in 1360 was sent with Sir William Shardshall, a man of great credit in those days, to inquire into that great cause of Thoms Lild, the turbulent Bishop of Ely, agaainst whom the Lady Wake, the King's nearest cousin, did complain for the murder of her servant, William Holmes, and other misdemeanours (Halstead). By his wisdom, integrity, and great abilities, Sir Henry Greene was, on the 24th May, 1361, raised to the Office of Lord Chief Justice of England, which he held till 29th October, 1365 (Foss); and was Speaker of the House of Lords in the Parliaments of 1362 and 1363. Such was his good fortune and the effects of the worthy and industrious endeavours of his life as made the estate he left to his posterity one of the most considerable in that age, and dying full of years, riches and estimation, in the 43rd year of the reign of King Edward III (1370) was buried at Boughton. (Halstead).(Halstead). Greene, Henry (I7118)
 
36 She may have been a sister of Anselmo Marchese di Bosco, although this must remain speculative as so little definite information is known about the chronology of the births of the members of this family. del Bosco, Elena (I102617)
 
37 She may have been a sister of Anselmo Marchese di Bosco, although this must remain speculative as so little definite information is known about the chronology of the births of the members of this family. del Bosco, Elena (I126424)
 
38 son of Edward Bootle-Wilbraham, 1st Baron Skelmersdale and Mary Elizabeth Taylor

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Bootle-Wilbraham, Hon. Richard (I41329)
 
39 son of Gen.-Direktor Kurt Seebohm Seebohm, Dr. Kurt Adolf (I24600)
 
40 the daughter of Robert Scott, of Newry, County Down, Ireland. Scott, Juliet (I8642)
 
41 "... it is possible that Eustorge [II] and Eustorge [III] were the same person." de Clermont, Eustorge III (I125886)
 
42 "Bloods, Christoes and Dishers" shows her given name as Marion, but the Queensland Birth Registry shows Marjorie. Dowling, Marjorie Irene Blood (I50)
 
43 "Capt. 40th Regt, Major 1st Batt. Delancy's Regt., Major in the King's Army. Capt. City Waterford Militia Volunteers. Port Surveyor, Waterford 1799 - 1822. "With 200 loyal Americans successfully defended the Star Fort, South Carolina, from 21st May to 19th June, 1781, against 5,000 men commanded by General N. Greene. For his services granted a tract of land in Canada. On 27th June, 1783, his services were specially mentioned by Sir George Howard in the House of Commons. Granted a special pension." Greene, Joseph (I72454)
 
44 "Count of Nassau" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Nassau of Nassau, Robert I "Count of Nassau" (I114343)
 
45 "From whom descended the Bloods of Essex" Bindon Blood's book says that he was given a commission in the Spanish regiment about 1790. "He took part in the siege of Algiers, where he was wounded and taken prisoner. The next morning he was blown from a gun on the ramparts." Blood, Thomas (I195)
 
46 "Of Bowridge, Dorset and Bramdeane, York, England

There has been great confusion regarding this and the subsequent generation. Robert sometimes appears as Richard in family tree research. In addition, people seem to have confused his two sons, Richard and Robert. I have recorded the most commonly held pattern here.

An LDS Pedigree Resource File regarding this family, prepared by Insung Lee, 6930 Briarcliff Drive, Clinton, MD, 20735, USA is available online. I have not seen the original source material." 
Greene, Robert (I7424)
 
47 "The identity of Isaac II's first wife is unknown, but her name, Herina (i.e., Irene), is found on the necrology of Speyer Cathedral, where their daughter Irene is interred. (However, it would have been extremely unusual for a mother and daughter to bear the same name, unless the mother's name was monastic.)[6] Isaac's wife may have been a member of the Palaiologos family"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac_II_Angelos 
Tornikaina, Eirene Palaiologina (I108452)
 
48 (quote).. I also am related to the Blood Smyth family, my great grand mother's sister having married John Love Blood Smyth in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia in 1887, he then being aged 29 years. John Love Blood Smyth (hyphen not consistent) was born in Castlefergus, County Clare, Ireland in about 1858, his father being named Matthew Blood-Smyth, his mother having been Mary Vincent. It appears to me that the Blood Smyth family goes back to before 1858. I presume you are aware of the parallel line of Blood (without Smyth, which includes General Sir Bindon Blood, Chief of the Royal Engineers, botn 7th November 1842 dying 16th May 1940. John Love Blood Smyth's father was the youngest of three sons, born 1817, his mother having been Harriet Bagot of County Kildare (I quote from a book written by General Sir Bindon Blood) "who were sold up and ruined by the 'Encumbered Estates Court - 1840's'". I too am keen to know where the name Smyth came into the Blood family.

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Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878-1954)
Wednesday 31 August 1904

DEATH OF MR. BLOOD-SMYTH.

Mr. J. L. Blood-Smyth, the Registrar of the Supreme Court, whose serious illness was reported in our issues of Friday and Saturday, died at the Southport Hotel at seven o'clock yesterday morning, says the Brisbane " Telegraph " of Monday last. He became ill last week, and obtaining leave of absence, went to Southport. On Thursday he had a long bath in the sea, and it is feared that this did not improve his condition. On Friday he was so ill that Dr.Berry was summoned, and Mr. C. A. Morris, his solicitor, was sent for. Mr. Blood-Smyth recovered somewhat, and when Mr. Morris left him that day he was apparently progressing. But Mr. Morris was urgently summoned on Saturday morning, and with Mr. Haines, the taxing officer of the Supreme Court, went down to Southport, only to find Mr. Blood-Smyth in an unconscious condition. The sufferer lingered until yesterday morning, when he died in the presence of his wife, Dr.Berry, and Messrs. Morris, and Baines. The deceased was the fourth son of Matthew Blood-Smyth, of Castle Fergus, County Clare, Ireland. He was born on the 21st of February, 1858. He entered Trinity College, Dublin, in 1876, as a fellow commoner, and in 1876 he took the degrees of B.A. and L.L.B. He then entered King's Inns, Dublin, and the Middle Temple, London, and was called to the Irish bar in 1881. In November of the following year he left for Australia by the sailing ship Berengavia, which, on that voyage was wrecked 0n the Australian coast. Coming to Queensland he was admitted to the bar in March, 1883, and practised his profession until 1888, when he was appointed Registrar of the Supreme Court and Official Trustee in Insolvency at Bowen. Thence he removed with the Court to Townsville, and when the Central Court was constituted he was transferred to Rockhampton. In February, 1899, he was appointed Registrar and Prot????ry of the Supreme Court, Brisbane, and later the duties of sheriff were cast upon him. He was also a deputy-marshal of the High Court of Australia. These positions he held until his death. Mr. Blood-Smyth's death has caused great regret among members of the legal profession and the public with whom he came in contact. His training enabled him to discharge the duties of his office with an ability which frequently earned for him the praise of those best qualified to judge it.

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Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878-1954)
Friday 23 September 1904

THE LATE MR. J. L. BLOOD-SMYTH.



The Chief Justice (Sir Pope Cooper), who took his seat in the Supreme Court

yesterday for the first time since his re- turn from the Northern circuit, says the "Brisbane Courier" of the 20th of Sep- tember, made a sympathetic reference to the death of Mr. J. L. Blood-Smyth, Registrar of the Supreme Court, which had taken place during his absence. He said: "Since I last took my seat on this Bench the Registrar of this Court, an old member of the profession, and an old per- sonal friend of my own, has been removed from our midst. The position of Registrar is a very important one, and one wbich needs to be filled by a man of very high attainments and great force of character. The late Registrar was a man of excep- tional attainments and considerable force of charcter, and by bis death this Court has suffered a very serious loss—I do not say an irreparable loss, but a very serious loss. He was a very hard-working man,

and he was exceedingly conscientious. For my own sake I am exceedingly sorry that he has left us, and I am very sorry for the Court that a man so highly gifted has been removed at so early an age. lt it may not be out of place for me to say that I hope the authorities will exercise the greatest care in the selection of the indi- vidual who is to take up his important duties. I hope that they will appoint a man of as high character and ability as the late Registrar. It would bc a great misfortune for a weaker man to be put in his place. The Hon. T. O'Sullivan. M.L.C., who was present as counsel in a case set down before His Honour, said : "I heartily endorse everything that has fallen from your Honour. The fact of the Registrar's death was referred to by the Judges of the Full Court, and Mr. E. M. Lilley, the senior member of the Bar present, expressed his sympathy with the sentiments of the Bench on behalf of the profession. It is therefore necessary for me to add any thing further than to say that I heartily endorse everything that has fallen from your Honour in reference to the attainments of the late Registrar

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Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878-1954) Tuesday 28 March 1899

DEATH.

BLOOD-SMYTH.—At his parents' residence, Victoria Parade, on the 27th instant, the infant son of J. L. Blood- Smyth. 
Blood-Smyth, John Love (I129)
 
49 , daughter of GUILLAUME de Flandre Heer van Dendermonde & his wife Alix de Clermont-en-Beauvaisis of Flanders, Marie (I115915)
 
50 , daughter of Thomas I of Savoy, who was aunt of the Queen, Eleanor of Provence, on one side, and niece of Pope Innocent IV on the other of Savoy, Avita (I46083)
 

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