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‘Elystan the Renowned’, founder of one of the Royal Tribes of Wales - the dynasty of Rhwng Gwy a Hafren (Between Wye & Severn): Princes of Maelienydd and Elfael, and Lords of Ceri, Radnor, Gwerthrynion and Buellt.
Family connection:  Hudson  >  Kelshaw >  Beddows of Shropshire
Beddows website family history from 1672 in Broseley, Shropshire, and Liverpool in the 1900's up to the present.
Family connection:  Hudson  >  Kelshaw >  Beddows of Shropshire
This website is a one-name study primarily for Shadbolt genealogical research mainly covering the areas of Hertfordshire, Surrey, and London, England. Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire and Lincolnshire families are also included.   Descending lines who emmigrated to Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are included.
Family connection:  Hudson  > Gray  > Shadbolt
Personal Website of Maria Hessman. The website is divided up into geographic locations. Some are counties or states in varioius countries.  You will find interesting links and information about the areas and the surnames listed under them.
Family connection:  Hudson  > Gray  > Shadbolt
This website contains information on the many various surnames researched by Maria Hessman's personal connection to Shadbolts who lived in the area of Datchworth & Tewin in Hertfordshire.
Most of places where you will find the name is in the English counties of Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, and Essex.
Family connection:  Hudson > Gray > Shadbolt
Launched in June 2004. It has been created by Denise Carr & Jim Flack with the aim of FREELY providing researchers of the FLACK SURNAME with the best available information. Many other Surnames listed.
Family connection:  Mynott
Artist Julie's passion for non figurative painting has emerged from finding images that lie from feeling and memory of her life experiences.
Julie's paintings are an invention and a discovery. She is developing a dialogue between her and the canvas. They are not an illustration but a test of her imagination. Colour is very important and is used instinctively, it conveys human emotion and gives an illusion.
Family connection:  Gibson  >  Hatton
Family Links across the Waters. The Australian Connection.
Family connection:  Mynott