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Re: BRIGHAMS of Welwick, East Yorkshire
Posted by: Ellen Hiser Date: February 01, 2002 at 17:11:29
In Reply to: Re: BRIGHAMS of Welwick, East Yorkshire by ann aldridge of 614

Dear Ann Aldridge,
I'm sorry but just found out that our Brigham came from
the area of Buttercrambe or another name is Holme. It is located about half-way between the cities of Hull and York about 25 miles from the North Sea and about 10 miles North of the river Humber. The parish at this little town has a lot information about Thomas Brigham. It can go back to 1475. Our family been very luck to have a lot of information about us passed down. Hope to hear from you.

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Ellen Hiser


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