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Re: Archard or Archer of NY
Posted by: Cindy (ID *****9366) Date: November 24, 2006 at 18:00:34
In Reply to: Re: Archard or Archer of NY by Don Gonella of 28

I found my England Archard's transcribes in the 1891, 1881, 1871, 1851 as Archard, but in 1841 the name was transcribed as Archer. I don't know what the original spelling or it's origin, but I do know that in various census, marriage, and baptism records that I have seen and/or obtained copies of the capital A and O often is hard to determine and I have Archer and Archard records for the same person.It depends on who is transcribing the record.


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