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Re: PETT / POTE / ?POTT ENG 1500-1600s
Posted by: david pott (ID *****1227) Date: November 22, 2003 at 09:24:04
In Reply to: Re: PETT / POTE / ?POTT ENG 1500-1600s by Stella Fryer (nee Pett) of 37

In Kent England there are both Pott and Pett surnames. The Pott variants of the name were recorded as early as 1325. Pett I beleive is equally as old. There are quiet a number of place names within Kent with Pett and Pott in them. Petts Bottom and Penny Pott wood come to mind.

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