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Re: Origins of Mothershead
Posted by: Carolyn Pearce Date: June 01, 2000 at 07:52:10
In Reply to: Origins of Mothershead by Jan Bassett of 150

My Mottersheads originated from the village of Mottram St Andrew in Cheshire, England, from the 13th century, and didn't move very far right up until the late 19th century.


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