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Re: EDWARD GASCOIGNE 1603 England
Posted by: Laura Gaskill Hager Date: November 21, 1999 at 19:08:03
In Reply to: Re: EDWARD GASCOIGNE 1603 England by Joan M. Gaskill of 445

Yes I too have heard about the Gascony and the Huguenot information, but have not seen anything in the way of proof. There were Gascoignes in Virginia, and Elder William Brewster of the Plymouth Colony had a mother-in-law that was Grace Gascoigne.
Gaccoignes were wine merchants from Gascony that settlen in Yorkshire in the 1050's. If I find anything in my search, I will let you know.
Laura Gaskill Hager

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