Chungui: Congreso histórico, problemática y visión al futuro
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William the Conqueror William was born in around 1028, in Falaise, Normandy. William was duke of Normandy and, as William I, the first Norman king of England. He defeated and killed the last Anglo-Saxon king of England, King Harold II, at the Battle of Hastings. He was known as 'William the Bastard' to his contemporaries.
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Cherokee Roots: Western
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My 2nd great grandfather immigrated to the US at age 15, from what was then the Imperial territory of Alsace-Lorraine
Castle of St. John built by the Adair side of our family in 1600...the Adair's moved from Scotland to Ireland and back again during the covenant persecutions of the 1600's and our family finally left for America in 1700's. Our great-grandfather Thomas Adair and his three son's, their family and ancestor's are well documented. We just recently found our own connection to this well documented line that goes all the way up to Robert the Bruc. My grandmother passed down bits of info though.