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Re: John & Ann FRISBY, 1799, Rutland, England
Posted by: Paul Frisby Date: March 18, 2002 at 01:10:57
In Reply to: Re: John & Ann FRISBY, 1799, Rutland, England by Jill Salt of 597

Probably one of my ancestors. Rutland/Leicestershire all one area - suugest you braden your search. Frisby is a common name in Leicestershire. My father's family came from the area. in terms of the late 1800s look for a cabinet maker/funeral director - the jobs go tegether - and/or a butcher. The family were leading Unitarians, so you maight try the church links.

Let me know if you find anything.


Paul Frisby
Australia


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