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Re: Rampl.. (16thC to 21stC) first post
Posted by: Linda Anderson Date: July 20, 2000 at 17:05:46
In Reply to: Re: Rampl.. (16thC to 21stC) first post by David Rampling of 99

Great idea David, now if we can just get other Rampling researchers to use!
My earliest Ramplin(g)s go back to Richard and Ann Ramplin married at Hadleigh mis 1700s, they all seemed to use the Ramplin version of the name while at Hadleigh, but my branch after moving to the London area seemed to have prefered the "G" ending.
Does any one know if the MIs for Hadleigh have been transcribed?
Linda


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