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>> No. 24293 Redneck
3rd August 2020
Monday 12:09 pm
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Wessex

Gentlemen..

Are there any surviving descendants NOT from the royals? It is imperative that I find them and will my inheritance to them.


Sincerely,
an austistic hkikkomorri man
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>> No. 24294 Dubya
3rd August 2020
Monday 12:26 pm
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>There is no evidence that Edgar married or produced children apart from two references to an "Edgar Adeling" found in the Magnus Rotulus Pipae Northumberland (Pipe rolls) for the years 1158 and 1167.[28] Historian Edward Freeman, writing in The History of the Norman Conquest of England, says that this was the same Edgar (aged over 110), a son of his, or some other person known by the title "Ætheling". This is the only evidence that the male line of England's original royal family continued beyond Edgar's death.[3]

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