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Subject: Re: [Huguenot] Fosters of Bethnal Green
Date: Mon, 24 Oct 2005 10:02:39 +1000
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Not sure if the Foster's were huguenot but they were all Silk Weavers and
did marry Huguenot. Have not sighted the other names
wilhelmina griffin writes:
> Like so many families we were always told that we had Huguenot ancestors.
> As yet I have not made any connection.
> I wonder if you could check out the names MACAREE and JEVANS both recorded
> as being SilkWeavers.
> Thank You,
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "fuller.tony" <>
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> Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2005 10:02 AM
> Subject: [Huguenot] Fosters of Bethnal Green
>> Hi Keith
>> Although I use the Hug Soc Quarto Series as part of my search program - I
>> would do as I co-ordinate their production for the Society - I also use
>> other information that the Society may have published in hard copy but not
>> yet on disk - and I have other privately produced sources also.
>> I've got 138 Foster hits in 28 of the digitized publications. No more
>> 15% (roughly) of those are Foster Street, fostered whatever - all the
>> are name references including some relating to the Weaver's Company
>> Proceedings have yet to go onto CDRom but I know that not all are street
>> references there because I have them in my bibliotheque.
>> No need to apologise for the posting, keep it in the open so we can all
>> what's going on - though I would appreciate a private email with the
>> of the information that you were given by the Society - hope that it
>> Hope this helps
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