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Re: Sinclair family webiste
I reproduce below the column in which the "Earl of Mar Marre" appears. Sorry
I was not clearer about where on the website it came! I don't think that it
has any connection with Moray though. It's pronounced like 'Marr'...
THIS IS COPIED DIRECT FROM WEBSITE:
The Text of the Chart
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Also note that several related pedigrees are linked from the Rollo page.
!All Descendants of Jarl Orkney Rogenvald ``the Mighty'' ( - ), Ragnhilda (
- ), et al.
Jarl Orkney Rogenvald ``the Mighty''
b. 830 d. 890
THEN A LIST OF NAMES CONTINUES DOWN...
Sir, of Costorphine John Forester
Earl of Angus Thomas Stewart
Earl of Mar
Sir, of Hermannston John St. Clair
Count Bayeux Berenger
Earl of Mar Marre
Earl Orkney Magnus
Alicia de Fenton
On 27 Jan 2001 22:48:19 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> Dear Oliver,
> I am at a loss. I did a search of all my website and didn't come up
> with a Marre. There was the Earl of Mar and here are some items about
> title. These titles didn't necessarily stay with a family if the family
> died out or were unpopular with the king and so he gave the title to
> else in another line???
> Do you think that Marre could have been Moray? It could have been
> pronounced and spelled that way?
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