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  1. Christine Camody says:

    Great Blog!

  2. boswellbaxter says:

    Thanks, Christine!

  3. Anne says:

    Thanks! Looking forward to 2012 with lots of learning and reading!

  4. Anne Barnhill says:

    Hey Susan,
    I’m now subscribed and very excited about your blog/site etc. Hugs,

  5. Sharon says:

    Newly subscribed and loving your blog.

  6. Elizabeth Gayle Fellows says:

    Great website… very informative…thank you.

  7. Dawn De Tamble-Cash says:

    Love this site found it through the Kathryn Warner ..on King Edward.
    So happy I found both of geneaology quest is truly enhanced by the information I find here ,Thanks!

  8. Sue Johnson says:

    Looking forward to reading your blog. So glad I found you!!

  9. Elaine says:

    Looks like a very interesting site, and I look forward to reading more of it :)

  10. sharon says:

    Found your site through the Anne Boleyn files, look forward to reading lots. of interesting facts.

  11. Alan Wybrow says:

    Hi Susan,

    I’ve just joined your blog and am looking forward to being a part of the many articles that signify your successful blog! I’m happy to be a part of it.


  12. Gina says:

    Found an older blog, ended up here, when researching Kate Woodville due to a book I am reading. Said book is Stolen Crown:….etc! Small world, and without your name in the search! I have perused the blog a bit and am very thankful to have found it! Looking forward to reading more of the blog AND your book(s)!

  13. Gayle says:

    Love your blog. Looking forward to reading…everything!

  14. I am absolutely fascinated by forensics and past history. Since there was so much intrigue in Royal Court in Britain, Spain, France etc, we really do not know how Kings and Queens died.

    Would it be so terrible to have professionals do exhumations as to cause of death ?
    It is a historical issue, is it not ?

  15. M Higginbotham says:

    Great blog! Have also read all your wonderful books via Kindle, and am looking forward to the next one. :o)

    Hmmm, you (or your husband/family) and I ‘may’ have some ancestors in common…

    Best wishes.

  16. Joyce Demonbrun says:

    I am doing research on my family Seymour, and I stumbled upon your page. We seem to have common ancestors. I will read with interest.
    Happy hunting…

  17. Marion says:

    Looking forward to more of your books, please keep ’em coming. Your blog is very interesting and informative.

  18. Tara says:

    Loving your blog!

  19. Tami says:

    Love your blog!….

  20. ilse says:

    Newly subscribed, love your blog
    Regards from Belgium

  21. Jan Mathieson says:

    Once again, in case the last comment went astray, thank you for sharing the will of Anne Stanhope. I have not read your work before, but now am on the lookout for books.
    My friend (here in Australia) is a Fownes-Luttrell by birth, and knew nothing of her family until I started her family tree many years ago. She had no contact with her father after the age of four, so no one spoke of the Luttrells.
    When I saw the Seymour name, it was “I wonder if” moment.
    Thank you and kind regards

  22. Kendra says:

    I was looking for words about Eleanor of Aquataine…
    and found your book review… all very interesting to me
    I will attend Paula Preston’s play Boulder’s
    Fringe Festival in a few days…so was ‘reading up”
    on the Captive Queen….thanks! k

  23. Katie says:

    OMG! I just stepped away from reading Miri Rubin’s “The Hollow Crown” to look up a pix of Edward IV’s tomb and….I found your blog. So now 45 minutes later I’m in Tudor heaven! Thanks much!!
    Katie PhD
    NYC medievalist

  24. Karrie says:

    Thanks Susan for such a fascinating blog and letting me join x

  25. Shannon says:

    Wonderful blog, Susan. Your work is fantastic; well researched with truly fleshed out characters. I’m looking forward to the new book and I’m glad I joined up in time to put a name in for the kitty contest. Thank you for all you do for historical fiction!

  26. Sarah says:

    I stumbled across your blog, and I love it!

  27. Elizabeth says:

    I’m thrilled I happened upon your blog! I’ve been a fan of your novels for years.

    • boswellbaxter says:

      Thanks, Elizabeth! I’m afraid the blog’s been quieter than it used to be, but I hope to start posting more regularly soon.

  28. Judith says:

    Look forward to more posts!

  29. Vicki says:

    Can’t wait to see the blog posts.

  30. Jaynie Martz says:

    What a well designed, generous blog site! It is a jewel box of info. May I ask if there is any information on Margaret Woodville/Wydeville, Countess of Arundel? Sister of Queen Elizabeth Woodville. Birth 1439 in Grafton Regis, Northamptonshire, England
    Death 1491 in Arundel, Sussex, England.

    Married to:Sir Thomas 17th Earl of Arundel Fitzalan
    Your 15th great grandfather
    Birth 1450 in Arundel Castle, Sussex, England
    Death 25 Oct 1524 in Downley Park, Singleton, Sussex, England

  31. DEE BARRY says:

    Hi and thank you, I have been trying to find out more about Adrian Stokes, and your blog has helped a lot as I’m researching the history of Astley Church.

  32. Laura de la pole says:

    Hey I’m laura de la pole thought I would come on here and see about my family

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