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Frederick in Yorkshire
Posted by: Karen Barbour (ID *****7236) Date: December 05, 2012 at 06:34:23
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I am looking for a man in Yorkshire, in or before 1800s. He was in a position of some authority, may have been an MP. He is described as "not necessarily a nice man". I am trying to find the reason for the gazillion John Fredericks in Yorks. Anybody have any ideas?

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