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Re: HATTENS Hereford-Gloucester pre1700
Posted by: William Leo Date: February 12, 2000 at 10:45:36
In Reply to: HATTENS Hereford-Gloucester pre1700 by Ernest Hatten of 329

Sir; There are numerous spellings of the Hatten name. Mine is spelled with the "en".
Haddon, Hatter, Hattersley, Haatin, Hrachovic, which went all the way back to the pre-celtic origin, and of course the name Haakon, from Norway. I was told by several of my researchers, out of the Mormon Archives, that there is ample evidence that some of my family came from Russia to Norway. They spent about sixty years there, then migrated to Ireland, to Scotland, then to the Americas in the late sixteenth century around Virginia. My direct relative owned a shipping company there, had only one son who sold the shipping company and moved to Mississippi. My sister Erma Hoggatt has more information if you wish it. Her address is
Dayne Hatten


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