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The Research of Mr Richard Sneyd

The three files below are the notes from the personal research undertaken by Mr Richard Sneyd regarding the common origin of the Aldithley (Audley), Sneyd and Stanley Families. These files provide additional information about the origins of Audley Family Z ' The Barons Audley' contained on the Family Tree Page of this website.

This research shows that the Audley Family has Saxon Origins rather than Norman origins.

pdfNotes on the Saxon de Aldithley Family From Leofwine, Ealderman of the Hwicce c975 - c1025 to Henry 1st Baron Audley c1125 - 1246

pdfNotes on the Origins of the Audley, Stanley & Sneyd Family, Names, Places & the origin of the Sneyd Coat of Arms

pdfNotes on the De Aldithley (Audley) & Sneyd families from the 10th to the 17th Centuary.

The administrators of this website have not verified the information in the above files. The Keele University Library 'Special Collections & Archive' unit has a collection related to the Sneyd family. Click here to go to the relevant page of the Keele University website

     

 

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