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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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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.
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