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Re: Any leads for the name Perrott?
Posted by: Geoff Peacey (ID *****0400) Date: December 04, 2008 at 05:15:41
In Reply to: Re: Any leads for the name Perrott? by Hilary McBride of 79


Sorry about the lateness of this reply. Nowhere have I found a Phillip Perrott/Perrot/Parott. Early church records often show the letter "e" as it's mirror image which can look like and thought to be the letter "a", hence Parrott.

Tewkesbury is a fair way from Beverstone where my Perrotts hail from.

Checking the registration of the birth of Perrott's and variations nationwide between the start of civil registration (Sept qtr 1837) and Dec. qtr 1850 via freebmd at reveals not one Phillip P. birth; so where did your info.about many come from and are you sure of its provenance?

You may already know what follows but pre-1812 . . . . .

If you go to you can find the information about bap's and mar's extracted from parish records (BT's & PR's) countrywide usually up to 1812 but some are later. The Gloucestershire FHS produce a CD having the GLS baptismal index 1812 to 1837.

You will find the free prog Parloc - Parish Locator - very useful. Get it via .

You can use Parloc to find the names of parishes within 3 miles (say) of Tewkesbury (say) then use the Hugh Wallis site to check a surname in each parish found. This can be rewarding sometimes.

Hope this helps.



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