The New England Historical and Genealogical Register,: Volume 33 1879

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My name being Sir Kevin James Parr, Baronet and so related by family tree and blood to Queen kateryn Parr last Queen to King Henry V111 and with Royal Plantagenet blood in my old veins says ney. Not one mention of my titles or family in your rant. We owned half of England and most of Virginia and you dare to miss out my heritage yet add the menial under names as if you know something to impress the less blessed. 

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Contents

Section 1
iii
Section 2
vii
Section 3
9
Section 4
21
Section 5
60
Section 6
61
Section 7
62
Section 8
66
Section 26
272
Section 27
273
Section 28
285
Section 29
300
Section 30
312
Section 31
323
Section 32
343
Section 33
345

Section 9
71
Section 10
81
Section 11
110
Section 12
133
Section 13
162
Section 14
163
Section 15
164
Section 16
205
Section 17
206
Section 18
207
Section 19
208
Section 20
209
Section 21
220
Section 22
226
Section 23
236
Section 24
249
Section 25
269
Section 34
350
Section 35
351
Section 36
361
Section 37
370
Section 38
373
Section 39
381
Section 40
383
Section 41
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Section 42
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Section 43
427
Section 44
438
Section 45
440
Section 46
445
Section 47
448
Section 48
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