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From: Geoff Holloway <>
Subject: Re: [CORNISH] GRUZELIER: From Cornwall to Devon?
Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2007 11:53:27 +1000
References: <20070330073245.9CDF2554@resin15.mta.everyone.net>
In-Reply-To: <20070330073245.9CDF2554@resin15.mta.everyone.net>


Hi Simon,
You are welcome to any data on my site but I only have one of yours.
I don't wish to be a stick in the mud but have you considered that some
may have got together and changed names.
regards Geoff
email:
web-site to 19th C Cornish marr: www.geocities.com/ausich2000
On 31 Mar 2007, at 12:32 AM, Simon Robinson wrote:

> I am researching my GRUZELIER line and have found a great deal about
> the family from the mid 1700s onwards, settled in and around Plymouth,
> Devon.
>
> However, I believe the Gruzelier's - Huguenots who fled persecution in
> France - originally settled in Cornwall. And whilst I have come across
> quite a number of Gruzelier's around the Paul/Mousehole area, I have
> been unable (so far) to find a link between them and the Plymouth
> 'clan'.
>
> If anyone has any information or suggestions that might help me find
> this 'missing link', I would love to hear from them.
>
> Regards
>
> Simon
>
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