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Chaworth [de Cadurcis] familylocked

(per. c. 1160–c. 1521)
  • S. J. Payling

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Chaworth [de Cadurcis] family (per.c. 1160–c. 1521), gentry, originated from Sourches near Le Mans in Maine. It is probable that Bourchard de Cadurcis was with William the Conqueror at the battle of Hastings, but it was the descendants of Bourchard's brother ...

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