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Adrian Poynings: Sir Adrian Poynings was a military commander and administrator. The youngest of the illegitimate children of Sir Edward Poynings, he played a prominent role in the defence of the English garrison at Le Havre in 1562–63.
- born in Ghent, child of Edward Poynings
- Marriage with Mary West until
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- died in (444 years ago)
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by John Burke
first, Sir Adrian Poynings, and secondly, Sir Richard Rogers. Sir George, whose son \ Villiam we shall mention presently; and LsoNARD. Lord de la \'Varr d. in 1525, and was s.
1st, Sir Adrian Poynings, and 2ndly, Sir Richard Rogers. Sir Georoe, whose son, William, we shall presently mention. Leonard, ancestor of the family of West, of Alscot Park, co. Gloucester, now represented by James-Robert West, Esq., of that ...
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