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From: "D. Spencer Hines" <>
Subject: Re: Names question
Date: Fri, 9 Jul 1999 16:31:00 -1000
"Troth" or a Biblical "Toth"?
One need not necessarily find a modern equivalent.
Give us some context and a date.
D. Spencer Hines
Lux et Veritas
D. Spencer Hines --- Warriors --- "There is much tradition and
mystique in the bequest of personal weapons to a surviving comrade in
arms. It has to do with a continuation of values past individual
mortality. People living in a time made safe for them by others may
find this difficult to understand." _Hannibal_, Thomas Harris,
Delacorte Press, , p. 397.
Vickie Elam White <> wrote in message
> Everyone has been wonderful, such fantastic replies!
> Now for a tougher one -- can anyone help me figure
> out what feminine name "Toth" could have been?
> I think someone misread it (this is from a printed
> record rather than the original) and meant "Faith" because
> there was a daughter named Faith whose christening
> record I hadn't seen but who was mentioned in her
> father's will. But I wanted to ask just in case there
> really was some obscure name Toth.
> Vickie Elam White
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