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Re: Origin of the surname Pouncey
Posted by: Steve Kirby (ID *****7720) Date: December 28, 2008 at 09:31:01
In Reply to: Re: Origin of the surname Pouncey by Charlie Ribron of 245

Thanks for your message, Charlie. It's very interesting that Anthony Pouncey (1700) was Scottish. This is the 1st Scottish Pouncey I've heard of - the "oldest" Pouncey on my tree is Christopher Pouncey born circa 1785 in Hartlepool which is near Newcastle i.e. not far from the Scottish border, best wishes, Happy Christmas & a healthy New Year, cheers Steve Kirby

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