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Henry Trodden 1860s Leeds
Posted by: liz hall (ID *****8572) Date: February 11, 2009 at 14:41:11
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My maiden name was Trodden and I am descended from Henry and Fanny nee Fitzsimons both born in Ireland but emigrated to England and settled in Leeds in the 1860s. Some of their children emigrated to USA but 2 sons, John and Joseph remained and Joseph went on to become my grandfather via his son John William (Bill). Does this mean anything to anyone.
And is it worth following up this Oriel Septs thing - it`s the first I`ve heard of it
Thanks, Liz


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