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Re: Frosticks in London 1800s
Posted by: Alan Stephen Christopher Frostick Date: February 01, 2002 at 05:39:30
In Reply to: Re: Frosticks in London 1800s by Pam Frostick of 26

Hi Pam

Sorry I didn't respond earlier, I had some problems with my mailbox for this address and deferred the problem until I had more time, but the problem is now sorted out.

My son Paul's 3rd name KELSEY was given him by pure chance, I had no idea (23 years ago when he was born) that Kelsey was a family name. We decided on it because he was born in Chelsea, London. The name apparently means "of the water", and being a Pisces we thought it appropriate at the time. Stephen is a family name, however, occuring quite often in my ancestry as a 2nd name, like my own.

Best regards
Alan


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