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From: Stella Stanger <>
Subject: Re: [SXP] "Rowgehethe"
Date: Wed, 06 Apr 2005 16:45:26 -0700
I don't believe that these were misspellings - but Olde English.
Joan the daughter of Richard Hill? and Elizabeth his wife.
At 03:45 PM 4/6/2005, Mandy Fenyvesi wrote:
>Here's a longshot, but maybe Bulverhythe? As far as I can tell (and I
>live in Canada, so take that for what its worth) it is in the approximate
>right area for someone living in Horsham to have been from.
> From the other misspellings, "ow" seems to make the same sound as "au" in
> Daughter. "v" and "g" are similar and a parish worker who was charged
> with making the entry could have had no idea what "Rycherd" was saying so
> just did his phonetic best.
>----- Original Message ----- From: "Marjorie Lindenmayer"
>Sent: Wednesday, April 06, 2005 3:39 PM
>Subject: [SXP] "Rowgehethe"
>>Is anyone able to identify this place?
>>It occurs in the SSX record Society transcript of early registers
>>Bap- 1545 April 4 Johan the dowghter of Rycherd HYLL of Rowghethe
>>and Elysabeth hys wyfe.
>>Google has not helped.
>>Thank-you, Marjorie in OZ
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