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Re: ancestors and name changes
Posted by: gary barford (ID *****3672) Date: December 22, 2002 at 17:03:26
In Reply to: Re: ancestors and name changes by WANDA YOUNG of 45

I think the Paramore family were origionally Spanish but my branch seemed to have lived in Kent in England from about 1500. Walls is common we even have a family by that name in the small street where I live in Napier New Zealand.
Have you tried looking at lease or title deeds it is surprising what information you can glean off them. Those ancestors that you just can't find really seem to call out to you the more elusive they seem to be the more you want to find them.

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