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From: "LawrenceLowe" <>
Subject: Re: [B&D] HATHWAY, HATHAWAY & HATHERWAY surnames
Date: Mon, 15 Dec 2008 18:16:05 -0000
In-Reply-To: <20081215144839.JXDP19264.aamtaout01-winn.ispmail.ntl.com@MY_COMPAQ.ntlworld.com>


Hi Phil,

A few Hath(er/a)ways in the Winterbourne area. Have you looked in:

http://www.frenchaymuseumarchives.co.uk/arch_parish_records.htm

Lawrence Lowe


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Sent: Monday, December 15, 2008 2:49 PM
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Subject: [B&D] HATHWAY, HATHAWAY & HATHERWAY surnames




Phil Greetings all,

These surnames seem to be effectively one & the same.

I link into the "a" variants already, but in the
BA FHS CDs I see them overlap with the "er" variant, too.

I look forward to the FHs going back to the start of PRs now!

They certainly crop up in Dyrham (to qualify for inclusion on this list!).

They link into the GOULD, RODWAY/RADWAY, WORLOCK surnames.

time scales from time immemorial (1538!) to the 19th century.

Can any one link into them please?

Thanks

Season's greetings.

Phil
Orpington, kent, UK

Warn ô¿ô
Genealogists do it backwards
Family Historians take all steps
"The Warn family in Tetbury from 1722"
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