Re: JAMES SENSION
It's definitely a lead. I am not very confident about any of it. However, this is new research and it is worthy of exploration. So far James has only been found as 'Sension'
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I found a Matthias Senshon buried in London around 1656! This could be an unrelated incident.
I also found a record purporting to be a Mathias Sansone in Yorkshire from 1580, but I only can see the Sansone portion. It is not a well articulated document.
I am not abandoning anything yet, simply because I can't. I will say that a Saint Sanson came over with William the Conqueror in 1066. He was Knighted.