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Posted by: luke cowley and tanya simper Date: April 28, 2000 at 18:15:58
In Reply to: Re: SIMPERS - PA & MD by Michael Simper of 62

Simper originates from normandy,France (the people at this time were of scandinavia descent) meaning st. Peter. With the Norman conquest of England, or at some time after, the name was anglo-cised. Hope this was of interest,we would be interested if you know more or different.


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