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Re: Frosticks in London 1800s
Posted by: Pam Frostick Date: January 14, 2002 at 00:29:15
In Reply to: Re: Frosticks in London 1800s by Alan Stephen Christopher Frostick of 27

Alan, can you imagine how absolutely delighted I am to get your Genforum Gedcom information? Please note the following:

1. Yes, we are distantly related. Mary FROSTICK married Thomas POOL(E) on 9 Jan 1793. Her parents were Edward FROSTICK and Elizabeth WARD. Edward's parents were Edward FROSTICK d. abt 1741 in Lawford, and Mary YOUNG m. 30 December 1731 in Lawford. One of Mary's brothers is my ancestor, however, I have yet to trace it back to which one. I have this information through Alan POOLE whose direct ancestors are the above Mary and Thomas, and he lives in Toronto.

2. I am able to send you my FROSTICK Gedcom file, however, I don't know how to do it. If you are interested, would you like to e-mail me the directions, please?

3. I am extremely interested in the name of your son, Paul Stephen Kelsey FROSTICK. "Kelsey" is a family name in my family going back to the 1800s. My grandfather's name was John Kelsey Rogers FROSTICK, his uncle was John Kelsey FROSTICK who was named after a John KELSEY who married one of his mother's sisters. Is it possible to trace back and let me know where the name Kelsey come from in your family?


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