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From: "Alan F. Ellis" <>
Subject: Re: Howards in 16th-17th century Norfolk
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 23:00:20 -0800
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Hello William,

Could be!

My earliest HOWARDs are Stephen and Mary (Fiddy), who were married in 1794 in
Horsham St Faith. All my other HOWARDs are 19th century.

We are quite a prolific lot.

Regards

Alan Ellis
Vancouver BC


William Howard wrote:

> It is generally thought that the first Howards in Norfolk were over here in
> West Norfolk. e.g. Sir William Howard 1240-1308 in East Winch. I just
> wondered how many parishes they appear by the 16th or early 17th century
> across the county? Around here they are still often pronounced Ho - ard.
> Rev. William A. Howard
> Grimston Rectory
> King's Lynn
> Norfolk PE32 1BQ
> England Tel 01485-600335
>


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