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"If you could see your ancestors

all standing in a row,

would you be proud of them or not,

or don't you really know?

Some strange discoveries are made

in climbing family trees,

and some of them you know do not

particularly please.

 

If you could see your ancestors

all standing in a row,

there might be some of them perhaps,

you wouldn't care to know.

But here's another question 

which requires a different view.

If you could meet your ancestors,

would they be proud of you?"


(Philip WHARTON 4th.)
Lord Wharton

  • Born 8 April 1613
  • Deceased (6 FEB 1695/6) - Hampstead, Middlesex, England.
  • Buried (12 FEB 1695/6) - Wooburn Church, Buckinghamshire, England.

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Phy_description: "Philip the Good"

Phy_description: "History of Richmond" by Clarkson. "Wharton."

Phy_description: "The House of Commons, 1660 - 1690" by Henning.

Phy_description: "The Complete Peerage" by G.E. Cokayne.

Phy_description: C.W.A.A.S., Tr. N.S., Vol. 2, 1902, "Wharton Hall, Westmorland", Part I by John E. Curwen.

Phy_description: C.W.A.A.S., Tr. N.S., Vol. 2, 1902, "Wharton Hall, Westmorland", Part II, Historical by the Rev. J. Wharton.

Phy_description: "History of Yorkshire" by Plantagenet-Harrison. "Pedigree of the family of Wharton of Westmorland (Lords Wharton)."

Phy_description: "The Extinct and Dormant Peerages of the Northern Counties of England" by J.W. Clay. "Wharton, Lords Wharton."

Phy_description: "Memorials of St. Margaret's Church, Westminster" "The Parish Registers 1539-1660" edited by Arthur Meredyth Burke, F.S.A..

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Philip WHARTON, Lord Wharton 1555-1625 Frances CLIFFORD 1556-1592 Robert CAREY, Earl of Monmouth †1639 Elizabeth TREVELYAN
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Thomas WHARTON †1622 Philadelphia CAREY
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