3 edition of Memoir of the family of Anketell found in the catalog.
Memoir of the family of Anketell
Henry K. Anketell
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 86/5142 (C)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||86115642|
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This family was of high station in Dorset at a very remote period (its name appearing in the Domesday Book). As early as the reign of EDWARD I, several of its members represented the borough of Shaftesbury in Parliament. The pedigree and history, as anciently of Ancketill's Place, near Shaftesbury, and east Aimer, near Sturminster Marshall, and more anciently of Lye, near Wimborne.
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