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Re: Lost Family member
Posted by: Clifford George Howse Date: November 12, 2001 at 11:56:57
In Reply to: Re: Lost Family member by Don Brown of 207

While browsing through the Howse Internet Section I came across your question about the origination of the name our surname Howse.

Having spent many years researching my family I have come across the Saxon origin of our name which is Hvvs,
this has slowly changed through time to the following names.

Howse. Hughes. House. Howes. Howe. Hughf. Holmes, Housman.
Howlet. Howey.

This information relates to the branch of the family who left Rhone Valley area of Saxony for England on or around 820 AD.

Regards
Cliff Howse


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