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Re: Duggins name in England
Posted by: Catherine Duggins (ID *****9792) Date: November 28, 2004 at 07:27:42
In Reply to: Duggins name in England by Mark Gordon Duggins of 361

Hello there all you fellow Duggins!

On my research on surnames the surname DUGGINS is derived from CADOGON -spelt various ways and pronounces ker-dog-un . It is Welsh and traces back to one of the original Princes of Wales before the union. It is NOT IRISH - Duggan is Irish and they were probably Welsh who went to Ireland! Well thats what the good books say!

All my Duggins come from the Redditch/Feckenham area in Worcestershire and Warwickshire including me!

I will be posting more messages re relatives whom may be your way as I continue with my research. My tree to date is on a fairly new uk site called
www.genesreunited.co.uk
which is growing by about 2 million names a week! You can search the database for
FREE
to find your British relatives! Take a look -and then you can send emails and contact other duggins for a 7.50 fee!!!!

Catherine


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