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Re: 111 marker tree

Postby Yacine » Mon Sep 01, 2014 8:49 am

Saxonx wrote:Hi Yacine, I'm just catching up with this but from your latest diagram it seems evident that Velasco's connection to both Peak 1 & 2 is from a relatively recent time - can you estimate if that is from when we were UK based or is it prior to that.....only it seems to me that if he has never had a known UK connection that might be useful in narrowing the immigration period for the whole group?

KB


Very good estimate John, I would say that the industry Velasco separates from the group Peak district between 900 years and 1100 years ago.

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Re: 111 marker tree

Postby Yacine » Thu Aug 27, 2015 2:59 pm

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Re: 111 marker tree

Postby Yacine » Sun Oct 16, 2016 5:18 am

Day and Copeland families added

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Re: 111 marker tree

Postby John1 » Sun Oct 16, 2016 5:51 am

Great work Yacine, this makes Copeland, Day and Ridgway all Pegg's..... also seems to move Erics position higher up the tree than I was expecting maybe gives us another generation or two in whaich to find that link, or am I reading it wrong?

Also Velasco has changed position from between Peak 1 and Peak 2. I had understood his branch to be 1066AD between Peak 1 and Peak 2. If his branch is now above Peak 1 and still 1066ad we loose the Roman arrival hypothysis and end up Norman, that would be an interesting turn of events (but not welcome)
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Re: 111 marker tree

Postby Yacine » Sun Oct 16, 2016 7:31 am

John, i'm not sur for Copeland, i don't think Copeland and Underwood are Pegg, you'll see in the other tree
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Re: 111 marker tree

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Re: 111 marker tree

Postby John1 » Mon Oct 17, 2016 5:09 am

Thanks the new tree, sorts out a lot of questions and returns us to where we were. My comment was derived from them being downstream of JW Pegg, the new position negates that. Thanks again.
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Re: 111 marker tree

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