The book,Ancestral Notes of Sixty Colonists by Frederick Lewis Weis, 5th Edition,listson p.17-18, Ancestral line 15, the three daughters of Dr. RICHARD PALGRAVE b.c. 1585 andANNA:MARY m.ROGER WELLINGTON of Watertown MA; SARAH m. DR. JOHN ALCOCK of Roxburyand ELIZABETH m.JOSHUA EDWARDS of Boston. This line goes back throughRev EDWARD, THOMAS, and JOHN PALGRAVE Then through several female lines, GLEMHAM, BRANDON, WINGFIELD, GOUSHILL, FITZ ALAN and de BOHUN toSIR WILLIAM de BOHUN, son of ELIZABETH PLANTAGENET , dau of EDWARD I of England and thence on other lines to the Emperor CHARLEMAGNE.
Sarah Palgrave Alcock is my ancestor. I understand that a large number of early New Englandancestors could claim The Emporor, so it’s really no big deal, but it’s fun to think about. Fay