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Boutcher name history
Posted by: Keith J. Boutcher Date: June 12, 1998 at 11:21:45
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Hi.This is to Janie Raper Lasiter. I'm trying to find out some information as to the origins of the surname 'Boutcher'.
This is what I've found so far: The name has it's origins in France, which I discovered a few years ago on a trip there. Also, in London, there is a school called 'The Boutcher School' and that it was founded in the late 1890's by a Tanner who lived in south London. My Grandfather was born in the same area and brought up there. The name is very un-common in the UK spelt with the 'T, so you can imagine my surprise seeing a school with the same name. Any further information that is available about Boutcher's in the USA or any where else for that matter would be appreciated.

Many thanks,



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