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Re: Where Might the DEEMINGS originate?
Posted by: Vivian Date: April 28, 2001 at 10:10:45
In Reply to: Re: Where Might the DEEMINGS originate? by Marguerite Verley of 59

I'm afraid I have nothing more than 'family
legend' - no firm information. The oldest we traced our Deeming ancestors back to was a
Charles Deeming, who married in 1861 in Coventry Warwick, and would have been born
1835/6. I'm under the impression it was quite a long time before that, perhaps because of
religious persecution. The other part of the family legend was that a woman with that name found out it had originally been de Ming,
changed her name to that, and got left out of a will because of it.

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