In Wales, the name Rhydderch had been used, and the Welsh patronymic ap Rhydderch became Prothro. Other spellings are Prothero and Protheroe. In Welsh, the "dd" would be pronounced "th", so it would sound something like
Rhytherch, somewhat similar to "Rothrock". I am descended from a James Hughes and Catherine Prothro on my mother's side of the family.
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