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Personal data Sir Richard SMYTHE "Merchant Tailor" 

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Ancestors (and descendant) of Sir Richard SMYTHE "Merchant Tailor"

Sir Richard SMYTHE "Merchant Tailor"
1465-1527

± 1494
John Smythe
1496-1531
Agnes Smythe
1498-1566
Ellyn Smith
1500-1569

Household of Sir Richard SMYTHE "Merchant Tailor"

He is married to Joanne de BROIMCLER.

about 1494.


Child(ren):

  1. Dionise Smythe Smith  1489-1552
  2. Abigail Smythe Smith  1490-1552
  3. John Smythe  1496-1531
  4. Agnes Smythe  1498-1566 
  5. ROBERT SMYTHE SMITH  1499-1531
  6. Ellyn Smith  1500-1569
  7. ELLYN SMYTHE SMITH  1502-1568
  8. THOMAS SMYTHESMITH  1505-1605

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Sources

  1. Ancestry Family Trees, Ancestry Family Tree
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Historical context


  • Graaf Karel II (Oostenrijks Huis) was from 1515 till 1555 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Graafschap Holland)
  • In the year 1527: Source: Wikipedia
    • May 6 » Spanish and German troops sack Rome; many scholars consider this the end of the Renaissance.
    • May 16 » The Florentines drive out the Medici for a second time and Florence re-establishes itself as a republic.
    • June 22 » Fatahillah expels Portuguese forces from Sunda Kelapa, now regarded as the foundation of Jakarta.
    • July 12 » Lê Cung Hoàng ceded the throne to Mạc Đăng Dung, ending the Lê dynasty and starting the Mạc dynasty.
    • August 3 » The first known letter from North America is sent by John Rut while at St. John's, Newfoundland.


Source: Wikipedia




    

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