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101 After the death of Sir William Courtenay in 1535, Kingston married his widow, Mary, daughter of Sir John Gainsford, and left Gloucestershire to reside at Chudleigh, Devon, which, with Honiton, belonged to his wife's jointure. Gainsford, Mary (I1009)
 
102 After this Date Veatch, Nathan (I597)
 
103 After this date Griffin, Katherine (I715)
 
104 After this date Count of Vermandois Pepin II (I1809)
 
105 after this date Bertrada of Austrasia (I1894)
 
106 after this date Princess of France Hildebrandt (I1917)
 
107 After this Date Family F1292
 
108 After this date Family F4087
 
109 Age 4 years, 4 months, 19 days
Cause of Death: Acute Nephritis, inflammation of kidneys, complication of pharyngitis and/or strep infection. 
Lewis, Evelyn Mae (I5854)
 
110 Age at this event:23 Compton, William Weillum I (I272)
 
111 Age at this event:23 Compton, William Weillum I (I272)
 
112 Age at this event:36 Compton, William Weillum I (I272)
 
113 Age at this event:48 Compton, William Weillum I (I272)
 
114 Age at this event:48 Compton, William Weillum I (I272)
 
115 Age at this event:55 Compton, William Weillum I (I272)
 
116 Age at this event:55 Compton, William Weillum I (I272)
 
117 Agency:Abbott Laboratories and Waarner (drug manufacturers) Veatch, Cecil Ross (I6187)
 
118 Agency:F Company, 115th Illinois Infantry Roberts, Sylvester Marion (I5545)
 
119 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jones-Rouse, Lady Kathleen Alice (I1)
 
120 Alfonso IX was the first King in Western Europe who summoned the citizens to the Parliament (Le King of Leon Alfonso IX (I899)
 
121 Alfred created a series of fortifications to surround his kingdom and provide needed security from invasion. The Anglo-Saxon word for these forts, "burh", has come down to us in the common place-name suffix, "bury." He also constructed a fleet of ships to augment his other defenses, and in so doing became known as the "Father of the English Navy." The reign of Alfred was known for more than military success. He was a codifier of law, a promoter of education and a suppor|er of the arts. He, himself, was a scholar and translated Latin books into the Anglo-Saxon tongue. The definitive contemporary work on Alfred's life is an unfinished account in Latin by Asser, a Welshman, bishop of Sherbourne and Alfred's counsellor. After his death, he was buried in his capital city of Winchester, and is the only English monarch in history to carry the title, "the Great." King of England Alfred the Great (I2009)
 
122 Alick Morrison, THE CHIEFS OF CLAN MACLEOD, East Kilbride,Scotland, Associate Clan MacLeod Societies THE BARONAGE OF SCOTLAND, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1798, p. 374. MacLeod, King of Iceland Harold (I3656)
 
123 All data has been verified either by contact with person(s) named and/or vital statistical data obtained by me. Bonnie Gober Lewis Crocker

Oct 14 2007 
Source (S177)
 
124 Also found as 13 Dec 1711 Prather, Thomas McKay (I447)
 
125 Also found as 14 Dec 1799 Clark, Indiana, United States Redman, William Winn (I363)
 
126 Also found dated 14 Mar 1841 in Belfast, , Prince Edward Island, Canada MacDonald, Ann (I3377)
 
127 Also listed as 1402 Decourtenay, Egelina (I8858)
 
128 Also noted 1482 Compton, Courtier, Sir William (I16152)
 
129 Also noted about 1856 and Prehaps Sheridon Bradley, John William (I81)
 
130 Also Noted as 04 Apr 1906 Prather, Marion Washington (I7871)
 
131 Also noted as 1274 England Arundel, Joan (I8966)
 
132 Also noted Cambridge, Middlesex, Massachusetts
After the Date Noted 
Bowers, George (I1118)
 
133 Also Noted St. Martins, Quaco Vaughan, Daniel (I235)
 
134 Also Place Show as Belle River, Queens County, Prince Edward Island, Canada Compton, Daniel Simon (I48)
 
135 Also stated as 17 April Wentworth, Mary (I3919)
 
136 Alt Birth - Hockley, Essex, England, United Kingdom Nuthall, James (I1716)
 
137 Alt Birth - Esssex, England De Bohun, Earl of Hereford Humphery VIII (I890)
 
138 Alt Birth - Hjorring, Nordjyllands Amt, Denmark Christensen, Niels Christian (I8711)
 
139 Although many legends vary, they all agree that Scota was the eponymous founder of the Scots and that she also gave her name to Scotland. Scota, Princess of Egypt Belait (I16100)
 
140 An Anglo-Danish noble, he rose to power under Canute, after whose death Godwin supported the acession of Edward the Confessor and became a dominant figure in royal government. In 1045 his daughter Edith married Edward. He was over thrown in 105 1 but regained his position by force in 1052. He was suceeded by his son Harold. Earl of Wessex Gowin (I3067)
 
141 an important figure in the royal court and household. Oslac is described as a descendant of King Cerdic's Jutish nephews, Stuf and Wihtgar, who conquered the Isle of Wight. Grand Butler of England of Hampshire Oslac (I1090)
 
142 Ancestry Notes show Rockville, Montgomery, Maryland, United States Prather, Aaron Allen (I398)
 
143 Anna and Nelson were Half Cousins. Their grandfather is the same Samuel Compton. Family F3164
 
144 Another says 1815 Wallace, Elgalitha (I6112)
 
145 Another says 1894 Wallace, Elgalitha (I6112)
 
146 Anthony and Judith were cousins when they married Family F288
 
147 Anthony placed a stone in the wall of the church above his wife's tomb. This stone carving shows Anthony, his coat-of-arms with symbols of his wife's family coat-of-arms, and a carving of his children, and a eulogy to his children and all the p eople who were to read this stone carving.

OH MI DEAR CHILDREN MARKE WHAT I SAYE,
YOUR MOTHERS BONES TRULI ARE WRAPT HERE IN CLAY
HER SOULE NO DOUPTE, TO HEAVEN IS GONE THITHER
WHER WE MOST JOYFULLY SHALL MEET ALLTOGETHER
THE LORD BE YOUR GUIDE, THE LORD BE YOUR STRENGTH
AND GIVE YOU THIS SPECIAL GRACE TO DIE IN HIM AT LENGTH
YOU GENTELL READERS REMEMBER YOUR END
BE TRUE UNTO SUCH WHOM FAITHFUL YOU FIND
LET THIS BE EXAMPLE AND TELL HIT ABROAD
HOW FAITHFULLI THIS WOMAN DIED IN THE LORD
Judith's tomb is in the floor of the Ivye Chapel with the the above carving in the wall just above the tomb. The following inscription was placed in the stone which covers the tomb. It was written by Anthony, as was the above inscription. The fo llowing inscription can no longer be seen because a wooden floor has been placed in the church so that it could be properly heated, but the carving on the wall can still be seen.

REST IN THE LORD MOST LOVING WIFE,
THY DAIES ARE SPENT AND GONNE,
THY HUSBAND'S RACE AND END OF LIFE
SHALL BE, GOD KNOWETH HOW SOON.
THOUGH DEATH HATH DOON THE WORST HE CAN
TO PART US TWAYN A SPACE,
YET TIME WILL COME TO MEET AGAIN
IN HEAVEN THAT JOYFULL PLACE.
WITH BITTER TEARS THY HUSBAND SPAKE
THESE WORDS UPON THY TOOMBE.
HIS HAND DID WRITE, THES VERS DID MAKE
TO SHOW IN TIME TO CUM
HOW FAITHFULL THOU HAS BEEN TO ME,
AND HADDEST SIX CHILDREN DEAR,
WITHIN SIX YEARE A MARVELL TO SEE
ALL BORNE ONE TIME OF YEARE;
THE SEVENTH ALSO IN LIKE MANNER,
IF DEATH HAD NOT THEM LETT,
BORNE HAD BEEN AS THE OTHER WEAR,
AT MIDSUMMER TIME DIRECT.
ALAS HOW SHOULD IT CHANCE SO BAD
TO LITTLE BABES SO YOUNG,
TO TELL IN TIME WHAT LOSSE THEY HAD
BI NATURE WHENCE THEY SPROUNG
BUT GOD IS HE WHO GIVITH LIFE,
AND HE THAT TAKES AWAY,
LET US THEREFORE AVOYD ALL STRIFE
AND GEVE OURSELVES TO PRAY.
THY CHILDREN'S NAMES IF MEN WOULD KNOW,
WHICH GOD HATH GEVEN TO THEE,
BEHOLD ARE WRITTEN HERE BELOW
IN ORDERS AS THEY BEE.
THOMAS, WILLIAM, ELIZABETH, FERNDINANDO, GEORGE, THOMAS

Above these verses, in the Limbe, thus: Here lieth Judeth Prator, the
wife of Anthony Prator, Gentilman, daughter unto Thomas Ivie, Esqr., Who
dieth the sixth day of February, Anno Domini 1578 
Ivye, Judith (I645)
 
148 Anthony was the second born son in his family. His father was very wealthy, and thus his inheritance was substantial, but it was the custom in those times to give most of the inheritance, titles, etc. to the first born son. He inherited Stanto n St, Bernard Manor which is located in South central Wiltshire (near the famous Stone Henge).

His older brother Richard was the heir to most of their father's property and titles. Richard lived in Nunney Castle located in Nunney, Somerset. Richard's holdings were vast, consisting of several manors (villages with all the businesses in th e village), 40 farms with surfs (slaves) that lived on them, 30 farms without surfs, 4000 acres of meadow land, and approximately 300 acres of timber. Richard held the title of "Esquire" and "Lord of Nunney". Anthony was named "Trustee" of the e states when Richard died in 1580. Anthony was trustee for 6 years until Richard's son George became of age (Nunney was acquired from "Lord St. John" - Sir William Paulet).

Anthony had much trouble with his family and was taken to court many times. The Earl of Bolingbroke, which Anthony "held" under, wrote in the court record "Anthony Prater, a troublesome man". Anthony's business dealings were often in dispute.

Anthony Prater received the manor of "Hook" from his younger brother Nicholis, who he claimed to be a lunatic. He kept and cared for his brother for many years and claimed ownership of "Hook" as his compensation. When Anthony's wife died, Nichol is was sent to live with their sister in London. Shortly after, he brought claim against Anthony claiming "he had regained his former health", but the court found in Anthony's favor and he retained the manor of "Hook".

Shortly after the court found in Anthony's favor, Nicholis and "others" went to Anthony's manor and stole 18 prize cows. Nothing more is recorded as to the outcome of this act.

It is recorded that Anthony was later "Excommunicated from the Catholic Church for his 'extorsionate practices'". He died without reconsiliation.

In order for him to have a burial place in the church, Anthony must have taken the King's religion. Thus, by joining the Church of England he was able to secure his burial place in the church at Stanton St. Bernard. 
Prater, Gentleman Anthony Thomas (I644)
 
149 Anthony's tomb is in the floor of the church at his manor Prater, Gentleman Anthony Thomas (I644)
 
150 apparently had disappeared and was thought dead by 5 October
1659 
Hopkins, Elizabeth (I5975)
 

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