I have been researching SIMPER genealogy for about 14 years. I have captured all the SIMPER and variations from 1837. The SIMPER only line now covers some 7,500 individuals. Many emigrated to US, Australia and Canada but most still live in Suffolk/Norfolk, East London and Wiltshire/Gloucestershire. I continue to be surprised in an age when spelling was not strong that the SIMPER, SIMPERS, SEMPER and SEMPERS seemed to have kept apart. Grateful for your views. Is there one origin ?
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