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Trevick may be Norwegian? Viking?
Posted by: lynn Date: May 28, 2001 at 01:47:05
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Family legend has it Trevicks were Viking raiders 1000 AD in Northumberland, England and name comes from the Norwegian "Trevic", a town at the mouth of three rivers. They later fought for the English kings against the Scots. Anyone else ever hear this story? Lynn


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