Mailing List:2009-05-01 10, Re: Royal Descent, by William G. Whitney

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From: William Whitney <wwhitney -at- telusplanet.net> Subject: Re: [WHITNEY] Royal Descent Date: Fri, 01 May 2009 15:44:41 -0600 References: <0KIX002A1UTZC5B7@vms173007.mailsrvcs.net> <576776.71154.qm@web82406.mail.mud.yahoo.com><0KIY00000TLTZ32E@vms173019.mailsrvcs.net> In-Reply-To: <0KIY00000TLTZ32E@vms173019.mailsrvcs.net> Robert L. Ward wrote: > Merry and all, > > At 11:58 PM 4/30/2009, Merry Whitney wrote: > >> Oh, Robert, there you go raining on the royalty parade again. >> > > I'll cast doubt on ANY alleged connection which cannot be supported > with credible evidence. Many will succumb to the lure of royal > descent without proper critical examination of the case. If and when > evidence of such a connection is found, I'll embrace it as much as anyone. > > Robert, Merry and all; Regarding the "lure" of royal descent, it is true many are lured by it. But when you look closely into the lives of these "royals" and discover how insane George 3rd really was, where the "Hapsburg lip" came from, and their extremely loose moral code, they start to appear a lot less attractive as far as role models for ancestors. Most of our ancestors were in fact pretty respectable people, even if they had no royal connections whatever !! Bill Whitney


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