When I was born, my name was registered as John Murray Penhalluriack. And certainly all of the Penhalluri(a)cks in Melbourne, who came there via Ballarat, spelt it with the second a. It is obviously unhistorical. There is a tomb of one Waryn Penhalurick from the fifteenth century, I think. Has anyone any ideas where the -iack spelling originated?
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