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Author:

 

Augusto de Athatyde


Report:

 

28


Page:

 

2001


Year:

 

2001


Subject Matter:

 

British Community and Family History



Excerpt:

 

By the first years of the XVth Century, a second son of the most illustrious House of Drummond impelled by his spirit of adventure, left his homeland. He is said to have participated in the "Hundred Years War", on the side of Joan of Arc and Charles VIII of France. Subsequently, he may have been in the service of John I, King of Castille, and afterwards, having moved to Portugal, he can be found, between 1418 and 1430, among the first who colonised the Island of Madeira, immediaely after its discovery. 




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