I’d change my name . . .

I’ve been sucked into the world of 16th-century genealogy the past couple of weeks. It’s fascinating, infuriating, boring, all of the above. Sometimes you find genuinely useful information (useful in my world, anyway), and sometimes you find people with simply unbelievable names. I’m not talking about the William Fitzwilliams and the John St. Johns . . . check this out:

This is in Debrett’s, available at Archive.org.


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