Re: Babthorpe of Osgodby/Sothill of Stockerston
Hmmm actually I retract what I last said.
If Douglas is correct that Elizabeth Plumpton's age is given in her father's
IPM (in 1464) as 3 years old, then I can accept that evidence for her approx
But she was still old enough to have a child by 1477. So the attribution of
her daughter as hers and not a step-daughter, still works.
- Re: SP Addition: ancestry of Elizabeth de Caldcote (and Livingston of Kilsyth)
... The chronology involved (between the 1372 marriage of James ... Douglas 'the elder' to Agnes Dunbar, ... Livingston to Elizabeth de Caldcotis, BEFORE 12 Nov 1421) would not ... postnuptial dispensation for her marriage ...
- questions about the Douglas of Whittinghame family in early 1600s
... Elizabeth Douglas, viscountess of Kingston ... (who inherited Whittinghame from her brother Archibald when he deceased in 1660) ... There are indications that this knight Archibald in fact deceased without surviving progeny. ... He had made his niece's husband, who also was a kinsman Douglas, of the 'same clan', as his heir to Whittinghame. ...
- Re: SP Addition: ancestry of Elizabeth de Caldcotis (and Livingston of Kilsyth)
... dispensations, both of whom were major heiresses. ... William Douglas, 8th Earl of Douglas, James ... Elizabeth Douglas to William Sinclair, dated at Rome, 12 Aug ...
- Robert Keith and Elizabeth Douglas of Morton
... I have a problem regarding dates for Robert Keith and Elizabeth ... married Elizabeth Douglas of Morton before 8 January 1505. ...
- Re: Age thread.
... allow those with the usual agendas to interpret a meaningless statistic ... I think Elizabeth is only a few smidgens younger than me. ... But then, If I really knew a woman's age, I wouldn't say. ...