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Re: Fitzgerald or Fitzjarrald of Clark Co. I
Posted by: Brenda Fitzjarrald Date: November 27, 2000 at 14:30:14
In Reply to: Fitzgerald or Fitzjarrald of Clark Co. I by Brian Fitzjarrald of 10

Hi. This is more of a question than a follow-up message. Do you know what the "A" stood for in Wooster A. Fitzjarrald? I've just recently been looking into my family's genealogy so I don't have a lot of information. I do know that people are CONSTANTLY commenting on the spelling of my last name so I am interested in knowing just how our spelling came about. The reason I ask about the "A" is that there are a lot of men in my family who have the middle name "Alton" and I was wondering if it's the same. Thanks.


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