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Re: where the name pinder comes from
Posted by: Ray Pinder Date: April 22, 2001 at 00:44:07
In Reply to: where the name pinder comes from by jaime of 281

The name Pinder is an old saxon name from the Midlands area of England meaning the keeper of animals in a pen,ie cattle sheep pigs ect.We are all desendants from peasant stock unfortunatley


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