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Posted by: Jill Tardivel (ID *****1139) Date: February 16, 2005 at 08:31:15
In Reply to: begin by julie ruddick of 58

Depends what you mean. If you wonder how the name originated, I suspect that it is celtic and possibly originates from the north west of England. There is a village there called Penruddock.

If you are asking how to trace the family - there are others on this forum much more skilled than I, who can help you. I am lucky in that I inherited most of my information. And unlucky in that I failed to gain the skill that most other forum members here have.

Mind you if you happen to live in Western Australia and you think you Ruddick relatives came from the North West of England, and you have a half cousin called Jill - then I may have some information for you ...

Jill


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