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Re: Challinors of Tarvin, Tarporley, and Old Moss
Posted by: Michael Chaloner (ID *****3468) Date: April 19, 2010 at 04:06:53
In Reply to: Challinors of Tarvin, Tarporley, and Old Moss by Kerry Challinor of 480

Dear Kerry,

My great-great Grandfather Henry Challiner (or Chaloner)was born at Beeston, Cheshire ( within a few miles of Tarporley)in the first quarter of the 19th century, so he is likely to be related to your ancesters. The Chaloners were very unrealiable at spelling their own name. I have a copy of the local church records for St. Bonniface, Bunbury where the spellings are highly variable.
All the true Chaloners came from North Wales and are decended from the same person Maydoc Crmwe (Lord of the Seventh Noble tribe of North Wales).
If you could contact me we would possibly be of significant help to each other. I have a number of Chaloner family trees some going back to the early 12th century.

Michael E. Chaloner

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