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Re: DEEMINGS of the UK 20th Century backward
Posted by: Pip Randle (ID *****6617) Date: January 25, 2008 at 17:49:05
In Reply to: Re: DEEMINGS of the UK 20th Century backward by Lin Ashford of 59

Sorry, I clicked the post message button by mistake, I hadn't finished.
Eliza Chetwynd was also born in Baddesley Ensor in 1812.
They had Ann 1839, Mary 1842, Joseph 1845, John 1848, Richard 1852, and Thomas (my G G G Grand father)1864.
I don't know whether the Deemings hailed from Normandy in France, but I do know the Chetwynds certainly did, so maybe they're linked all the way back. Back sometime before 1040, a guy called Thorold,or Therould in French,helped Duke Robert the first by Commanding the forces of Duke Robert in the subjugation of the fortress of Evereux, and also tutored The Dukes Son William ( The Conquerer).
He also was the Progenitor of the Chetwynd families. I have, with help from others tracing the same line, managed to go back to Torf (The Rich) Prince of Denmark 928-960, who's own family Tree dates back to 3 thousand something BC, with some Tribal Chief, Amazing. I'd like to see just where my Deemings come from now, so if anyone can recognize any of the names or dates, I would be most grateful to hear from them.

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