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Re: What is the origin of the Horrocks name?
Posted by: Freda Cooke (ID *****8412) Date: June 04, 2005 at 12:19:58
In Reply to: Re: What is the origin of the Horrocks name? by Deborah Horrocks of 299

According to one of my inherited documents, The first Horrocks to come to England was a Jean d'Orriques which if my school french serves me well means John of (H)orriques
which I suppose was the name of a dwelling somewhere in France.


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