Talk:George Blagge

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Daughter called Hester[edit]

I've checked the reference, and it looks plausible. However, I can't find any other references to her. There are plenty to Henry, son of George and Dorothy. There are also plenty to a daughter called Judith. Henry and Judith both married into the Jermyn family - to children of their mother's 3rd husband.

It's possible the George Blagge whose daughter married into the le Grices of Brockdish was a different man - perhaps a cousin. It's also possibly an error. However, Judith and Hester were both Old testament heroines of a similar kind, so it's highly plausible Protestant parents would give this pair of names to their daughters. Anyone able to turn up more relevant information? Sjwells53 (talk) 12:00, 23 June 2013 (UTC)

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Fixed the dead link. Some officious person, or more likely bot, had changed a hyphen to a dash in a date range: good in text, bad in URLs. Sjwells53 (talk) 22:08, 9 January 2017 (UTC)