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Re: Jory in cornwall
Posted by: Heather Cameron (ID *****1428) Date: December 08, 2009 at 19:55:34
In Reply to: Re: Jory in cornwall by Heather Cameron of 93

Need to clarify that it was Samuel Chivell who was from Cornwall, marrying Elizabeth Jury/Jory who was born in East Farleigh, Kent.

There is mention that Chivell is a Huguenot name originally similar to Jury/Jory.

If this is so and the Huguenots kept true to marrying each other, then where would Haywood come into it? Am lead to believe they radically changed their names to fit into the societies where ever they settled.

Heather


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