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Re: Fray (UK One Name study)
Posted by: Grace Beagley Date: April 23, 2001 at 09:19:41
In Reply to: Re: Fray (UK One Name study) by Pauline Young of 140

I have put a chart in the post today which takes you back to 1745 and fills in the details where I know them for the descendants of Elizabeth's siblings (including John of whom you already knew). The accompanying letter outlines the census information I have collected on this branch of the family and also the Tisbury line back to 1579. There is some conjecture as records are sparse durring the inter-regnum period, and also as the family was staunch Catholic at a time when catholics were reported for reccussancy some events may have not been recorded.
I have kept a copy of the letter if you need to refer back to it in later correspondance.
Best Wishes

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