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Re: Langhorn of Westmorland, England
Posted by: jenny smith Date: May 07, 2001 at 17:58:57
In Reply to: Langhorn of Westmorland, England by Dean Langhorn of 161

LANGHORN/LANGBORNE Hello Dean. I am Jenny Smith I live in Australia. I was interested in your research.
My family tie is LANGBORNE and all the variations on that name as people did not always know how to spell the name. Also because of the hand writing of the name I also have come across the interpretation of the name to have a 'h' too. especially in the USA. Do you think we could be related? The Langborne's I have traced back come from the Whitby area from 1735 onwards. There are old letters from family members from 1930's that indicate that the family was related to James 1. Have you had any leanings towards this way? Lancelot is an unusual name and I have noticed that it is used from way back in your family to around the 1600's that I know of. Would you be interested in telling me any history you know on this? Jenny.


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