NANCY’S FAMILY HISTORY

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Chapter 4: The Whittington Castle

Whittington Castle Whittington Castle resides on a 12-acre property in the village of Whittington, in the district of North Shropshire, in the county of Shropshire in England. It abuts the...

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Chapter 5: Whittington Castle and Fulk III fitz Warin

So. The Whittington family history often begins with a guy named Dick Whittington, a famous Mayor of London in the 14th century. But he didn’t have any children who carried...

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Chapter 6: Finding Robin Hood in the Whittington Family Tree

The Romantic Tale of Fulk III fitz Warin (of Whittington Castle) Robin Hood is alive and well and living in your Whittington family tree, despite the fact that he never...

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Chapter 7: Contrasting the Tale of Fulk and that of Robin Hood

Author Fouke le Fitz Waryn is an ancestral romance or chronicle that focused on the fortunes of a single family from the time of the Norman Conquest to the thirteenth...

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Chapter 8: Maud ‘Athelida’ De Ingelrica

Maud ‘Athelida’ De Ingelrica:  1032-1100 Greater London, England Resided in: Hatfield Peverel, Essex, England Maude ‘Athelida’ de Ingelrica, was the daughter of a powerful Saxon nobleman, Prince Ingelric of England,...

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Chapter 9: Whittington Castle and Shropshire Family Roots

Present day Whitington family members are descended from prominent families in the Midlands of England, especially Shropshire. The Whittington, Littleton and Walter families played significant roles in the governance of the...

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Chapter 10: Robert Whittington 1350 a.d.

ROBERT WHITTINGTON and JOHN BROWNING  – 1350 A.D. While Richard (Dick) Whittington may be the most well known of the Whittington clan, Guy De Vyteinsen is the earliest member of...

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This map seems to have been made as a result of a dispute over the occupancy of en- closures. Edmund Wal- ter was an important person in Ludlow and later chief justice of South Wales.

Chapter 11: The Whittington Lineage in 1550 A.D.

The Littletons, Walters and Hakluyts Powerful Shropshire families, the Walter and Littletons come together by way of marriage. Sir Edmund Walter (1518-1594) of Ludlow and his family deserve a page in our...

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Chapter 12: Nathaniel Littleton: Gateway Immigrant

This manor was the home of Edward Littleton (1675) family. Edward was the father of Nathaniel and many other children, and husband of Mary Walter. Edward was the Chief Justice...

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Chapter 13: Colonel Edmund Scarburgh, Bad Guy

Colonel Edmund Scarburgh is found in the WHITTINGTON tree, living in the 1600s in Accomack, Virginia. He would be an 8th great uncle to Betty Whittington Slaymaker and 9th ggu to...