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Re: ORIGIN of YELVERTON ? Anyone know?
Posted by: Meriam Yelverton Date: April 30, 2001 at 15:45:26
In Reply to: ORIGIN of YELVERTON ? Anyone know? by John Delaney of 248

It is a place name. The village of Yelverton in Norfolk Co, England, was there in 1086 when Wm the Conqueror came over. There is a town in Devon Co, England, named "Yelverton." And, there may be one in Cornwall or one of the Western English Counties.


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