Monthly Archives: August 2014

Lambert’s Family Tree

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Be wary of the LYON pedigree hosted on the Rockaway Publishing Website; it is full of errors The family of LYON is of great antiquity in Scotland. The ancestors of the family, John de LYON, came over with William I. … Continue reading

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Lyon Family Tree

Lyon Family Tree

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Sir John de Lyons

Information Source: G23: 4221716 Lyons-Okeley 4221716. Sir John de Lyons & 4221717. Margerie de Okeley. Feudal Cambridgeshire ~1270, John born in England, s/o 8443432. Sir Richard de Leons & 8443433. Emma ?. ~1275, Margerie born in Great Oakley, Northamptonshire, England, … Continue reading

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Glamis Castle

Castle Glamis Connection … Information Sources:, According to the earliest records Glamis Castle was originally a hunting lodge owned by the Scottish Crown. Even before the castle was built, this ancient land was the scene of many … Continue reading

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Glamis in Winter

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Warkworth Manor Northamptonshire

Warkworth manor is not mentioned in either the Domesday Book nor in the account taken of hides for the county in the reign of Henry II, perhaps because Warkworth at that time was an appendage to the manor of Banbury. … Continue reading

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Warkworth Castle Northumberland England

As I search the Internet for Family History Records to review. I am continuously coming across entries referring members of the LYON Family having been born at, living at, married at or dying at Warkworth Castle Northumberland England. Although this … Continue reading

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The White Lady

The castle is said to be haunted by a White Lady, a young woman dressed in flowing white robes. There are various stories concerning her history, one of which is that she was a daughter of the Lyon family who … Continue reading

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St Fergus Church

St Fergus Church stands at the end of Kirk Wynd in the village of Glamis, close to one of the gateways onto the grounds of Glamis Castle. The church as you see today was completed in 1792 as a replacement … Continue reading

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