I am doing a one-name study of the LAIDMAN name. LADYMAN, and particularly LADIMAN, are variants commonly found for LAIDMAN.
However, many LADYMAN/LADIMAN names do not seem to be connected and would appear to be from completley different families.
Has anyone got any LAIDMAN variants in their LADYMAN families? I'd be most interested if so.
With many thanks
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