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Re: ATTRIDGE = ENGLISH not French!
Posted by: Dean Attridge (ID *****6455) Date: March 31, 2006 at 14:08:50
In Reply to: ATTRIDGE = ENGLISH not French! by Jim Attridge of 142

Be careful what you wish for - being English and an Attridge I can, in living family members trace back my family history to living members in County Cork, Eire. I ref you to my earlier post. Attridge being a French surname, it works in historical terms, and as I stated before works in terms of being a very un-irish surname existing in County Cork. We have traced family tree back to a Captain Attridge who Captained a Immigrant Ship back and forth to Canada in the 1850`s. But sadly no further - any ideas, does Attridge work as a french surname ?


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