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date: 17 November 2019

Kemeys familylocked

(per. c. 1570–1747)
  • Richard C. Allen

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Kemeys family (per.c. 1570–1747), landowners, were allegedly descended from Stephen de Kemeys who owned land in Monmouthshire about 1234. Between 1576 and 1783 nine members of the Kemeys family were sheriffs of Glamorgan while several represented the borough or the county of ...

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