[APG Public List] Burke's Peerage etc.

trudie davis-long tdavislong at copper.net
Thu Oct 8 08:14:58 MDT 2009


I am now reading Peerage and Pedigree; Studies in Peerage Law and Family
History [1910] by J Horace Round and he agrees completely.

Fascinating!

 

Trudie Davis-Long

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FRECOGS [Frederick County Genealogical Society Maryland] Newsletter Editor

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Excellent site, but be very wary of Burke's Peerage.  Nothing in it should
be taken at face value.  I use it as a rough guide, but have found many
errors in it along the way.

 

Larry

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An extremely useful complement to Burke's is this very deep and rich web
site:

http://www.medievalgenealogy.org.uk/cp/vol1.shtml

Best wishes,
Judy


      
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